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Porcelain inlay is a specialised porcelain filling. This filling is made in the laboratory from the shape supplied by the impression of the prepared tooth. Porcelain inlays are more esthetic as are made in the same colour as the tooth. A porcelain inlay usually requires two dental visits. Having revomed the decay from the tooth, an impression is taken and a temporary filling is placed in the gap. During second visit, temporary filling is removed and porcelain inlay is placed into the prepared tooth.
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