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onlay

 [on´la]
1. a graft applied or laid on the surface of an organ or structure.
2. a cast metal restoration that overlays cusps, thus restoring the occlusal and proximal surfaces and lending strength to the tooth.

on·lay

(on'lā),
1. dentistry metal (usually gold) cast restoration of the occlusal surface of a posterior tooth or the lingual surface of an anterior tooth, the entire surface of which is in dentin without side walls; retention in the anterior tooth is by pins and in the posterior by pins and/or boxes in retentive grooves in the buccal and lingual walls.
2. orthopedics graft applied on the exterior of a bone.
3. orthopedics graft applied to skin in native urethra in hypospadias or stricture repair.

onlay

(ŏn′lā′, ôn′-)
n.
1. Medicine A graft applied to the surface of a recipient organ or structure.
2. Dentistry A cast, usually made of metal, attached to the surface of a tooth.

on·lay

(on'lā)
1. A metal cast restoration of the occlusal surface of a posterior tooth or the lingual surface of an anterior tooth, the entire surface of which is in dentin without side walls; retention in the anterior tooth is by pins and in the posterior by pins or boxes in retentive grooves in the buccal and lingual walls.
2. A graft applied on the exterior of a bone, or the surface of an organ or structure.

on·lay

(on'lā)
Cast restoration (porcelain, pressed ceramic, metal) of occlusal surface of a posterior tooth or lingual surface of an anterior tooth, the entire surface of which is in dentin without side walls; retention in anterior tooth involves pins and in the posterior pins and/or boxes in retentive grooves in buccal and lingual walls.
References in periodicals archive ?
Marcantonio Jr., "Clinical similarities and histological diversity comparing fresh frozen onlay bone blocks allografts and autografts in human maxillary reconstruction," Clinical Implant Dentistry and Related Research, vol.
Surgical success of intraoral autogenous block onlay bone grafting for alveolar ridge augmentation.
The effect of rigid fixation on the survival of onlay bone grafts: an experimental study.
Although autologous onlay bone graft techniques have been considered as gold standard, for horizontal augmentation [13], donor sites morbidity [14] associated with block grafts have turned attention to the use of other bone graft materials.
Sigal, "Surgical success of intraoral autogenous block onlay bone grafting for alveolar ridge augmentation," Implant Dentistry, vol.
Alternatives to the alveolar ridge split technique are the onlay bone grafts [22], guided bone regeneration [23, 24], and horizontal distraction osteogenesis [25].
Horizontal bone augmentation, in particular, is considered a predictable approach with onlay bone grafts (Buser et al., 1996; Misch, 1997).
Misch, "Use of the mandibular ramus as a donor site for onlay bone grafting.," Journal of Oral Implantology, vol.
It is well known that an onlay bone graft is more challenging to maintain clinically than an inlay bone graft.