Porcelain-Fused-to-Metal (PFM)

Porcelain-fused-to-metal restorations remain a tried and true choice for restorative success based on their strength and esthetics. It’s flexibility in design, from no exposed metal, to metal occlusal, allows the PFM to be utilized in many clinical situations, including parafunction and limited space. These crowns and bridges are crafted by fusing a layer of porcelain onto an underlying layer of high-quality metal. The porcelain is carefully bonded by our expert technicians in order to eliminate any chance of unesthetic discoloration.


  • Stable & Strong
  • Extremely Precise Fit
  • Gentle on Opposing Dentition
  • Lifelike Appearance

6 days in lab up to 3 units
7 days in lab 4+ units

  • Any margin style, ideally 1.5 mm of inner occlusal space for optimum aesthetics
  • Upper and lower impressions or models
  • Bite registration
  • Conventional crowns and bridges
  • Screw retained implant restorations
  • Crowns with attachments for cast partials
  • Restorations over implants

Conventional Cementation using any resin modified glass ionomer luting agent