To Whom It May Concern, I am planning to get an onlay on one of my tooth that doesn't have much left, and it already has been treated. There is a tooth right next to it, which also has been treated (filled), and probably going to last for less than 5 years. Is it a good idea to get the onlay in this case, or should I wait till I can get an onlay plus the inlay on the tooth right next to it? Is it possible to fix the tooth later on, without causing any damage to the onlay (it is fairly expensive)? Thank you for your answer in advance. Yours Sincerely, Jakab Gipsz

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  • Dr.Ritz

    Dr.Ritz 31 - August - 2016, at 06:02 AM

  • Yes if you go for onlay now and later on decide for the inlay in the adjacent tooth it will not cause any harm to the onlay. So right now you can go for the onlay and afterwards when required you plan for inlay. For more info on Onlay inlay you can visit the following link..

    http://www.identalhub.com/articlecategory-inlay-and-onlay-93.aspx.

     

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