Our full cast crowns boast an impressive composition of over 60% gold, platinum and/or palladium content, making them exceptionally durable and easy to manipulate. No matter the desired restoration aesthetic, be it white or yellow gold high noble metal, we have you covered.
Posterior restorations in dentistry are often done using porcelain fused to metal (PFM) restorations, as aesthetics is not a primary concern in this area of the mouth. Noble alloys are semiprecious metals containing more than 25% noble metals such as gold, platinum and palladium, which makes them more hypoallergenic than their base or high-noble counterparts. […]
These restorations can be applied by utilizing a castable resin, such as high-fusing acrylic, glass ionomer or composite. These materials are known for their strength and resistance to wear, offering the patient a more aesthetically pleasing result. When used in conjunction with a metal-free crown or bridge, these materials can also be securely bonded directly […]
Porcelain-fused-to-metal (PFM) restorations are a popular choice for dental prosthetics, due to their strength and durability. The process of producing PFM involves fusing porcelain to a metal alloy base using a specialized furnace. We offer three types of alloys, which are selected based on the clinical needs, desired properties, and economics of the patient. PFM […]
These restorations have proven to be resilient and reliable in both regular use and unusual circumstances, making them an excellent choice for individuals who want to maintain their dental health as well as achieve a natural-looking result.
At Scannaire, we understand the needs of modern dental practices and provide a wide range of options to meet these needs. We offer restorations that are designed to last with either traditional or digital cases. With decades of experience in fabricating restorations, our layered ceramic restorations and CAD designed monolithic zirconia or lithium disilicate can […]
A PFM (porcelain fused to metal) high noble restoration is crafted with higher-quality metal, providing a superior coping option for restorations. PFM restorations are used commonly in posterior regions of the mouth where aesthetics is not a prime concern; as compared to anterior regions, it is more important that the restoration be durable and reliable […]