Inlays and onlays serve the same purpose as a filling, but if there is more decay or a filling is removed that leaves the top of your tooth and/or the cusps (points) exposed, then Dr. Norton uses porcelain inlays to fill the space up to the cusps. It’s called an onlay when we need to cover one or more of the cusps.
When you think about your oral health, you may only consider your teeth. But the bigger truth is that your oral health has a direct link to your overall health and even heart disease. As we begin the annual February celebration of American Heart Health Month, the team at our Evansville dental office has a… Read more »
You should go to the dentist at least every six months, but it’s something that’s so often foregone. Whether you miss your dental checkups due to a crazy schedule or perhaps a fear of the dentist, the team at our Evansville dental office is here to both encourage you to keep up with your bi-yearly… Read more »