Post Offer Free
Shenzhen Berry Dental Laboratory Co.,Ltd  

Gold Index: 7030

You are here: home  > Composite Tooth Veneers Dental Inlays small damage of tooth surface

Composite Tooth Veneers Dental Inlays small damage of tooth surface 

Place of Origin: Zhejiang, China (Mainland) 
inquire
Add to My Favorites
HiSupplier Escrow
Share |

Product Detail


Composite Tooth Veneers Dental Inlays small damage of tooth surface
 
<span style=

Composite Tooth Veneers Dental Inlays small damage of tooth surface

 

Advantage                                                                                                                                     

 

 

  • A major advantage is their natural looking appearance. They have a white (or slightly off white) colour which allows them to blend in with the rest of your teeth.

     

  • Plus they provide a watertight seal between the tooth and the indirect filling which prevents the risk of bacteria entering that gap and causing an infection.

  • They do cause any friction with neighbouring teeth and are easy to polish and care for in general.

 

Disadvantages                                                                                                                            

  • There are a couple of disadvantages which you need to be aware of. Firstly, composite resin or ceramic are not as tough and long lasting as other materials, e.g. gold which means that they are likely to fracture.
  • Plus composite inlays/onlays have a tendency towards staining, often causes by food colouring/additives, which occurs after a few years.
  • There is a risk of the inlay/onlay becoming loose and falling off the tooth or being washed away although this is rather small

 


 

How are composite inlays and onlays fitted?

These are fitted in two stages. The first stage involves the preparation of the tooth for the inlay/onlay. The tooth is cleaned and any decay removed. The dentist then takes an impression of the tooth via a mould and dental putty.


He or she will ask you to bite into the mould which will leave an imprint (impression). This is sent to a dental laboratory for the production of the onlay/onlay.


The dentist will place a temporary inlay/onlay onto your tooth as a short term measure which will be removed once your new inlay/onlay is ready.


The second stage is the placing of the inlay or onlay. The dentist will clean your teeth before cementing the inlay or onlay in place. This may require some reshaping to fit the surface of the tooth. Your teeth are given a final polish.

 

 

 

 

 

bigPhoto
 Mr. Ms. Jenny Song

Tel: 86-755-26738545
Contact to this supplier

Related Search

Find more related products in following catalogs on Hisupplier.com

Company Info

Shenzhen Berry Dental Laboratory Co.,Ltd [China (Mainland)]


Business Type:Manufacturer
City: Shenzhen
Province/State: Guangdong
Country/Region: China (Mainland)

You May Like:

Product (163)