PFM

PFM

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EMBRACE THE POWER OF THE PFM WITH NORITAKE EX-3: PORCELAIN FUSED TO METAL CROWNS

Our experienced team of casting technicians and ceramists make each PFM restoration with attention to detail and a high level of structural integrity to maximize longevity. Metal substructures are designed with strength in mind in addition to an even layer of porcelain to avoid fracture. Long-span bridges can mean deep feathered margins, partial adaption, and parallelism; PFMs remain the go-to product for success in avoiding these concerns. Using top end alloy from Ivoclar and Noritake Ex-3 porcelain, out PFM enables the ability to restore crowns and bridges anywhere in the mouth without sacrificing strength or vitality.

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INDICATIONS FOR THE PFM

  • Conventional crowns and bridges of any size
  • Alleviates parallelism concerns
  • Crowns with attachments to cast partials
  • Can be adapted to an existing RPD

PFM Resources

PFM’s are good for long-span bridges, especially in the posterior, when there’s minimal occlusal clearance or minimal or reduced inner arch distance. Lots of times the connectors, because we have this collapsed vertical and the patient isn’t going to do a full mouth rehab, so we need to deal with that restoratively. In order to get connectors that are thickness enough, we need to go with metal.

PFM Technical Specs

Technical Questions Regarding Porcelain Fused Metal Crowns

We’re happy to answer any technical questions in regards to the porcelain fused to metal bridge crowns. Our experienced staff at Keating Dental Arts has been using crown porcelain fused techniques and know almost everything that there is to know about the subject. Give us a call at 1-800-433-9833 or contact us through our online forms.

Assigned Technical Teams

Keating Dental Arts also offers assigned technical teams for our clients so that we can provide the best service possible when supplying porcelain fused to metal restorations. With our assigned teams you will receiv• 5-Minute or Less Adjustment Time

  • 5-Day Turnaround Time
  • 7- Step Quality Assurance
  • Assigned Technical Team for Consistency
  • Combination/Attachment Case Specialists
  • No Hassle Remake Policy
  • 100% Made in the USA

Yellow HN

Bright Gold XH is a high noble porcelain fused metal alloy (PFM) which offers a rich gold color with out warm, life-like porcelain shades. Use Bright Gold XH for short span bridges and anterior-posterior single unit restorations. It’s excellent for shade control of a porcelain fused to metal crown due to it’s light oxide. Bright Gold XH is composed of: 89% Au, 9%Pt, <1% In, <1% Ir, <1% Sn.

HN White

Evolution Lite is a white high noble alloy which is perfect for any PFM restoration including implants. It’s ideal for today’s marketplace due to its broad porcelain compatibility and low density. Evolution Lite also serves as an affordable High Noble alloy. Use Evolution Lite for bridge work and for anterior-posterior single unit restorations. An added benefit is that it’s excellent for shade control due to the light oxide. Evalution®Lite is composed of: 40.3% Au, 39.3% Pd, 9.2% Ag, 9.3% In, 1.8% Ga, 0.1% Ru.

d.Sign 53

d.SIGN 53 is our top quality noble ceramic alloy. It is ideal for use with our Noritake porcelains. Use d.SIGN 53 for cantilevers, bridges, implants, anterior-posterior single-unit restorations and crowns that are adapted to removable partial dentures. This alloy has superior marginal integrity with its micro-fine grain size and is one and is one of the most reliable and strongest Palladium Silver alloys on the market today. Semi Precious 53 is composed of: 53.8% Pd, 34.9% Ag, 1.6% In

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