Inlays and Onlays Brooklyn
Inlays and onlays allow our experienced restorative dentist, Dr. Eugene D. Stanislaus, to reverse mild to moderate decay and protect teeth for years to come. Inlays and onlays at our Brooklyn Heights practice serving Fort Greene, and surrounding communities, are made of gold or porcelain. Each material provides an incredibly durable restoration, and porcelain has the added benefit of being virtually invisible.
If you would like to learn more about inlays and onlays at our practice serving Brooklyn Heights, Fort Greene, and all of New York City, or any of our other restorative dentistry or cosmetic dentistry procedures we perform, contact Brooklyn Heights Dental® today.
About Dental Inlays at Brooklyn Heights Dental®
Dental inlays treat decay that lies within the indented surface between a tooth's pointed cusps. While gold is an also an excellent material for us in dental inlays, many patients at our practice serving Brooklyn Heights, Fort Greene, Carroll Gardens, and surrounding communities, choose to replace old metal fillings with natural looking inlays made of porcelain. And because dental inlays are custom fabricated to fit the top surface of the tooth being treated, a strong bond is achieved to help provide excellent structural integrity and protection against further decay.
About Dental Onlays at Brooklyn Heights Dental®
Like dental inlays, dental onlays are meant to strengthen teeth and provide protection against cavity causing bacteria. Dental onlays, however, are used to treat decay that has spread beyond the indentions between a tooth's pointed cusps and is affecting the actual cusps themselves. Like inlays, onlays at our practice serving Brooklyn Heights, Fort Greene, Manhattan, Prospect Heights, Park Slope, Bedford Stuyvesant, and all of New York, can be made of gold or natural looking porcelain.
Contact Brooklyn Heights Dental® Today
To learn if inlays or onlay at our Brooklyn Heights practice serving Fort Greene and surrounding communities, is right for you, contact of the practice of Dr. Eugene D. Stanislaus today.