Ceramic Filler

First, all decayed teeth of the patient will be cleaned when ceramic fill will be applied. The parts that restrict the lines that make the construction of the porcelain piece difficult are regulated by suitable porcelain materials, the precision of the tooth that will be filled is taken and sent to the laboratory. A temporary filling is made to the tooth. The tooth on which a sensitive measured porcelain filling that goes to the laboratory is placed is complemented with an appropriate wax model the way anatomical form is completed.

The prepared inlay-onley porcelain filling is sent to the physician. The patient is tested in his / her mouth. If the filler compliance is ensured, the produced piece is harmonized with the adhesive system by the dentist and the treatment is completed by integrating with the tooth.

1- Inley-onley fillings are more stable than other fillers because they are pressed.

2- Problems such as wear or deformation seen in composite fillings are not observed in in-onley filling.

3- Because it is compatible with teeth, it does not cause pain like composite filling.

4- Because the surfaces are polished, they prevent the formation of bacteria and stains due to the accumulation of food residues between the teeth.

5- inlay-onley fillings are compatible with the tooth structure, they do not create nutrient accumulation and similar problems between the teeth. It enables patients to live a more comfortable life. In particular, such as the entry of meat products between teeth is not experienced in this type of filling.

6- Since it is compatible with natural teeth, the chewing and grinding functions of the tooth continue to be comfortable and the patient does not have any trouble while he is recovering.

7- Treatment usually lasts long. Even after 15-20 years, there is no problem with the filling or leakage of teeth.

8- It also helps to keep the tooth healthy for a long time by adapting to the stable structures of the tooth.

9- Since it is compatible with the teeth, it prevents cracking and fracture formation in the weakened parts of the tooth.

One of the bad aspects of ceramic fillers is that they are more expensive than composite fillers. The cost of inlay-onley fillings is about 3-4 times the composite fillings. In composite fillings, treatment may be possible in one session; Porcelain inlays have a minimum of 2 to 3 sessions of treatment (in some

clinics there is a shorter duration of treatment than a cad-cam system). When making porcelain inlay fillings, the filling must be worked very precisely to ensure good fit to the tooth. It requires much more precise work than aesthetic composite fillers. The result is generally unsuccessful if there is not enough precision work performed in the inley onley fillers.