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Onlay (CAD/CAM)

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an onlay next to a set of teeth An onlay is used to rebuild a tooth that has damage to one or more cusp. This treatment helps to restore optimal shape and function while saving as much of the natural tooth as possible. Also, it will generally last longer than a large filling.
a camera filming a tooth With a CAD/CAM onlay, a computer takes an image of your tooth in 3-D, which helps in designing the restoration. This technology makes it possible for your dentist to complete your onlay in a single appointment.
a tool over a tooth First, your tooth is prepared for the onlay.
a handheld scanner is scanning a tooth Next, the tooth is scanned, and the onlay is created in your dentist's office while you wait.
an onlay hovering over teeth Your dentist will make final adjustments and bond the onlay into place.
an onlay on teeth Your tooth is restored to optimal shape and function, and much of the natural tooth structure has been saved.
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