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We’ve missed you here Esquire Dental Centres ; Welcome back!

All of us here hope that you and your family have weathered the Covid-19 crisis. As we have opened our doors, we want to give you some insight into how we prepared for the return.

In addition to our regular stringent infection control protocols we have added enhanced infection control procedures:
  1. Increased sanitization of frequently touched surfaces
  2. Reduced flow of patients through the office
  3. Hand sanitizer and mask use for patients
  4. High CFM HEPA filtration system to improve air quality.
  5. Reception plexiglass barriers
  6. Physical distancing office modifications
Please be safe!
Dr. Awadalla and Team

Posterior Onlays / Inlays

If your posterior teeth (the ones in the back of your mouth) suffer from dental decay, cavities, or other trauma, one of the best options is a posterior onlay or inlay-also known as a “partial crown”.

What Are Onlays and Inlays?

Similar to a tooth filling for cavities or other damage or decay inside of a tooth, when you have teeth in the back of your mouth that require restoration, it may be easier and more effective to place a partial crown rather than a full crown. Inlays and onlays will restore the tooth to its natural state-the type you get depends on how much of the tooth needs to be restored.

Inlays are used when only the interior of the tooth is damaged, and will fit within the grooves of the biting surface. Onlays are used when the interior of the tooth, and one or more of the points of the tooth (also called “cuspids”) must be replaced.

The Procedure

If you have damage or decay in your posterior teeth, our dental surgeons may recommend an inlay or onlay. If that is the case, we will numb your mouth, clean out the damage or decay, and shape the area of the tooth that will be replaced. Once clean, the dentist will take an impression of your teeth that we can use to craft a customized restoration to fit precisely in your mouth.

The inlay or onlay is made of durable material, shaped precisely to fit both the tooth that is damaged and to fit within your specific bite structure. Once in place, it is bonded to your tooth as a strong, permanent solution to protect against further damage in your teeth.

Why Use This Method?

Inlays and onlays are a great way to provide added protection to your posterior teeth, preventing decay or damage from spreading. These partial crowns are also crafted of a durable material that looks virtually identical to your natural teeth, fitting in as a seamless extension of your real teeth. Finally, inlays and onlays are gentle on opposing teeth, providing comfortable biting and chewing.

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Schedule an appointment today to meet with our experienced dental surgeons at three convenient offices throughout the Greater Toronto Areas of Scarborough, Pickering, and North York, and find out whether posterior inlays or onlays are a solution for your dental needs.

Dr. Amir Awadalla

Dr. Amir Awadalla ~ Esquire Dental Centres

An honors graduate from the University of Toronto and NYU college of dentistry, Dr. Amir Awadalla is a highly skilled and well reputed professional in his field who aims to provide his patients with the best quality service by providing patient-centered attention and solutions to fulfill their requirements. His expertise and interests includes cosmetic dentistry and implants, and providing orthodontic services whilst being Invisalign certified. He is a fellow from the International Congress of Oral Implantology

He is also a member of the Ontario Dental Association, the Canadian Dental Association, the Misch International Implant Institute of Canada, and the Toronto Implant Study Club.



Dr. Mark Awadalla

Dr. Mark Awadalla ~ Esquire Dental Centres

An alumnus of the New York University College of Dentistry, Dr. A. Mark Awadalla has focused on cosmetic dentistry, orthodontics, implant dentistry. He is a certified Invisalign provider. He has also studied and graduated from the Misch International Implant Institute of Canada and has earned a fellow from the International Congress of Oral Implantology.

Upon receiving his license to practice from the Royal College of Dental Surgeons of Ontario and the National Dental Examining Board of Canada, Dr. Mark Awadalla served his community while actively maintaining membership in:

  • Toronto East Dental Society
  • Ontario Dental Association
  • Canadian Dental Association.