Inlay, crowns and bridges
A crown is an artificial tooth or molar that is placed over one’s own tooth or molar. If part of the own tooth/molar can remain, for example the edges, then the dentist can choose to make an inlay: a so-called porcelain filling.
In both cases, this treatment consists of two appointments. The first appointment is for the preparation and printing of the tooth. The second follows after three weeks. Then the crown, made in our own lab, will be placed.