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Ceramic Inlays

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Posted by: charliewh  (8 years ago)
I am confused as I thought that the material of my inclays is ceramic. Now I read in your blog that for ceramic inlays an impression needs to be taken and that normally after one week the ceramic inlays are glued into the patient’s mouth.
I did not have to wait for a week and got my inlays inmediately with the removal of my amalgam inlays. Are they not ceramic ones then, or is it possible that a different tequnique was used?
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Dear Charliewh!

If you did not undergo a dental scan or have a dental impression made, chances are that your inlay is a ceramic-reinforced composite filling.

Ceramic inlay procedures are slightly different; one week is the standard time taken, however with CAD-CAM machines nowadays, a faster implementation is possible.

Ideally, have a chat with your dentist regarding your options and the most suitable treatment!
Posted 8 years ago
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Posted by: charliewh  (8 years ago)
All right, I will have a chat with my dentist because I got curious, thanks to this website. This site is a great tool to gather a lot of good dental tips and sugestions and to exchange your personal experiences with other patients! A well- informed patient is a better patient, isn´t it?
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