PFM Crowns

Porcelain fused to metal (PFM) has long been a popular choice for the fabrication of conventional crowns and bridges. The technicians at our dental lab produce PFM restorations with close attention to detail and a craftsmen’s eye for the intricacies that make PFM crowns and bridges look as natural as possible.

PFM restorations are created from a metal alloy and coated with stacked layers of porcelain to provide strength and durability with the added benefit of natural cosmetics. We use high quality alloys and the latest in dental lab technology to ensure our copings and restoration surfaces offer a good fit and blend naturally with your patients’ surrounding teeth.

PFM Indications

Perhaps you have a patient with existing porcelain-fused-to-metal restorations, and you need to match the existing dental work. Maybe you want to provide an option to patients who are equally concerned about the resilience of their restorations and their aesthetics. Perhaps you have a patient with bruxism who would not be a good candidate for an all-ceramic restoration. Whatever your reason for choosing porcelain fused to metal, PFM is highly versatile and can be used in:

  • Crowns
  • Bridges
  • Implant restorations
  • Crowns for cast partials

Our PFM restorations are designed to stand up to the test of time. They can help protect broken, damaged, or decayed teeth, and they are strong enough to anchor a dental bridge.

Simply prepare your patient’s tooth and take an impression to send to our lab. We will work diligently to prepare your PFM restoration and send it back to you for bonding as quickly as possible. Our goal is to provide an ideal fit for every patient, minimizing the need for alterations in your dental chair or at our lab.

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