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Fixed Prosthetics

Fixed Prosthetics

Our Lab offers a full range of crown and bridge services to meet a wide variety of restorative options. The technologists at Precision Ceramics lab saw on years of experience and in-depth training to help dentist explore the changing array of options and choose the best restoration for each individual case. Through Precision Ceramics dental lab, dentist have access to the most up-to-date products on the market, including CAD/CAM milled and traditionally fabricated crowns and bridges.

Crown Types

Here are the crowns types that we carry and offer at Precision Ceramics.

Porcelain Fused to Metal Crowns

PFM crowns still remain a popular choice for many dentists. At Precision Ceramics Dental Lab, our porcelain-fused-to-metal crowns are manufactured with the highest standards of quality.The porcelain-fused-to-metal crown has been a standard in restorative dentistry for decades. The predictability and reliability of PFM crowns have allowed them to stand the tests of both time and technology. In fact, they have been in use for more than 40 years.It is through this manufacturing process that porcelain-fused-to-metal crowns obtain their advantages. Because the base substructure is made of metallic alloy, the crown is very durable. Also, the base of the PFM crown is extremely stable. Because it is fused, the crown doesn’t tend to get loose with time and usage. Till remain.

Gold Crowns

Gold has been used for a long time in dentistry, and a significant number of patients still opt for the beauty and functional stability of gold crowns on posterior teeth.Gold alloy is very compatible with the interiors of the mouth and the chances of allergic reactions are minimal. The smoothness and purity of gold is commendable, thus these crowns are a comfortable and safe option.

All gold restorations are alloys, meaning that the gold is mixed with other metals to give it added strength.65% of the crown is made up of gold and other precious metals like platinum, palladium, and silver that are noted for their low reactivity with human tissue and resistance to corrosion and oxidation.

Another advantage that gold provides is that when a tooth is restored with a gold crown, there is less tooth width reduction and a good portion of the tooth is left untouched. Additionally, gold works very well with glass ionomer cements, which are often far less sensitive for many patients than the bonding techniques required for full porcelain crowns.