Often, patients with amalgam fillings will exhibit amalgam breakdowns and damage to the tooth structure as recurrent decay creates stress fractures on the enamel. Unlike most laboratory-created crowns, GLIDEWELL.io inlay restorations stabilize the integrity of the tooth. The materials ensure maximum bond strength and enhance appearance, resulting in your desired smile. Inlay restorations form a smooth, tooth-colored replacement of dental material lost to cavities. Using ultramodern CAD/CAM technology, GLIDEWELL.io inlays mimic your tooth’s color and structure exactly.
Silver amalgam restorations regularly result in unsightly crowns and the necessity of replacement over time from recurrent decay. Rather than replace the old amalgam, onlays are placed on the tooth to retain the original structure and create a more natural look. Onlays, or partial crowns, are more extensive than inlays, and cover the bumps on the tooth surface. The enamel-like material mimics the appearance and feel of real teeth.
Patients who lose fillings often need replacement crowns, which can take up to three appointments to fill in. GLIDEWELL.io, however, mirrors the appearance and feel of a normal tooth and only requires one visit to install. Crowns, or tooth-shaped caps placed over teeth, restore the damaged tooth to its original shape, strength, size or appearance. GLIDEWELL.io crowns preserve a healthy tooth structure while restoring your natural smile.
In the past, patients with multiple failed restorations typically required several appointments to achieve a full restoration. With GLIDEWELL.io, however, multiple inlays and onlays can be fabricated, bonded, polished and installed at once. This new technology completes the multiple restorations in one visit, resulting in a beautiful smile in a fraction of the time.
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