porcelain inlay

por·ce·lain in·lay

a fused porcelain restoration luted in a cavity prepared in a tooth.

por·ce·lain in·lay

(pōrsĕ-lin inlā)
Fused composition restoration luted in a cavity prepared in a tooth.
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I was quoted a bill from a City dental practice of just over pounds 1,000 for a porcelain inlay for two broken back teeth," he said.
She is helping raise money for a memorial bench, which she said will be cut from sandstone and have porcelain inlays bearing the elk's likeness.
Some of these services include white fillings which cost around $7-9, porcelain inlays which cost $50 due to their long-lasting results, crowns which cost $80 and root canal therapy which costs a mere $40.