Porcelain and composite inlay are a custom fit fillings that are made in the laboratory. The first step is to clean the decay from the tooth and then the impressions are taken. These impressions are to be sent to the laboratory for further process. Meantime, space is filled with the temporary filling that can protect your tooth from any fracture of deterioration.
Several types of material are used in the fabrication process of an inlay.
The first type of inlay is porcelain inlay and it is colored in such a way that matches the tooth. Including being aesthetically pleasing there are some other major benefits of porcelain inlays like they are hard and stain resistant.