Porcelain Fused to Metal crowns and bridges are classic options for restorations. PFM’s are tested and popular for many dentists, allowing the strength of metal restorations with a more natural look with porcelain layering. PFMs are commonly used for crowns and bridges.
Non-precious type 4 metal is an economical option for PFMs that are exceptionally strong, work with thin walls and can be one unit or large bridges.
Non-precious metal and VM13 porcelain
66% cobalt, 28% Chromium, 5% molybdenum
A strong, ductile, type 4, high performing noble option for PFMs that are silver and palladium free. Strong enough for thin walls and performs well as single units and large bridges.
Semi-precious metal and VM13 porcelain
20% platinum, 5.7% ruthenium, 43.5% cobalt, 29.3% chromium
A high noble, palladium free, type 3 PFM made with a rich yellow gold, that is esthetic with exceptional biocompatibility.