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Crowns & Bridges

Crowns are a type of dental restoration that completely caps or encircles a tooth or dental implant. Bridges are fixed dental restoration used to replace one or more missing teeth by joining an artificial tooth definitively to adjacent teeth or dental implants.

Zirconium Dioxide:
This material blends the strength of classic zirconia with the translucency of modern anterior materials and makes it a perfect fit for all zirconia indications.
* Highly Aesthetic: 47% translucency
* High Strength: 1100 MPa
* Higher Value
* Perfect for every case from veneers and singles to full mouth restorations

Lithium Discilicate:
The IPS e.max Press lithium disilicate glass-ceramic (LS2) enables you to produce natural-looking masterpieces* of utmost precision[2]. IPS e.max Press brings out the best in dental laboratory technology: customized fabrication of esthetic restorations on the basis of skilled craftsmanship and esthetic sensitivity – with the aim of enhancing the quality of life and wellbeing of your patients.

Porcelain Fused to Metal:
Porcelain fused metal dental crowns, or PFMs as they are commonly referred to, consist of a layer of metal alloy at the base topped by porcelain. These are among the popular choices for dental restorations such as crowns or bridges. Within this category of crowns, further choice still exists catering to the budget and requirements of the patient. PFMs are classified according to the metal alloys being used.
These are:
• High noble: Also known as precious, these consist of about 60 percent of gold or palladium or platinum. Though this is the most expensive PFM, it is also the most reliable as far as durability is concerned.
• Noble: Also referred to as semi-precious, these have a lower content of precious metals like gold and platinum. Generally, it will be about 40 percent. This helps to bring the cost down while still maintaining a good level of strength.
• Base: Also described as non precious, these have approximately 20 to 25 percent of precious metal material while the rest is mainly nickel, chromium and others. This is the strongest metal alloy.