Inlays & Onlays Boise, ID

Inlays & OnlaysAn Overview

Inlays and Onlays are commonly referred to as partial dental crowns. Both inlays and onlays are used to address severe damage or decay to the natural teeth.
Dr. Dennis Garpetti and Dr. Brock Hyder offer comprehensive solutions to repair damage and decay teeth. We may recommend inlays and onlays to address large surfaces that are riddled with damage or decay.

Using advanced CEREC technology, we can fabricate custom-designed inlays and onlays in just one visit to our Boise dentist office. We use digital impressions and imagery to design inlays and onlays tailored to your oral health and cosmetic needs. Inlays and onlays are created using a stain and decay resistant material that can last many years with proper care and maintenance.

Inlay VS. Onlay

Inlay: An inlay is a natural looking solution that is similar to a dental filling. An inlay is used to address the surface of a damaged or decayed tooth and helps prevent further damage.

Onlay: Sometimes referred to as a partial dental crown, an onlay is used to treat larger areas of damaged or decay teeth. An only is designed to fit over one or more cusps of the tooth.

Inlays & Onlays What to Expect

Your dentist will remove any disease or infected tissue from the affected teeth The teeth are carefully cleaned and prepared for the inlay or only procedure.

At LIFESmiles, our inlays and onlay are designed and fabricated using CERAC technology. Our goal is to help our patients achieve long-lasting, natural-looking solutions for damaged teeth.

Routine Dental Care To Improve Your Oral Health

Taking steps to help keep your teeth protected against tooth decay can benefit your smile in the long run. Drs. Garpetti and Hyderrecommendd that patients of all ages visit our Boise dental office a routine dental exam. Routine dental exams allow our team to identify and treat any developing oral health concerns before they progress.

If you are experiencing tooth pain or sensitivity, be sure to schedule an appointment as soon as possible. Drs. Garpetti and Hyder can work with you to provide the treatment you need. To schedule an appointment, call (208) 254-6365 or request an appointment online.