Porcelain Fused to Metal

Porcelain-fused metal restorations have long been considered the gold standard for dental restorations, thanks to their superior strength and durability. This alloy is also highly esthetic, allowing it to closely mimic the appearance of natural dentition. The biocompatibility of porcelain-fused metal means that it can be safely and effectively used in the mouth with no adverse effects on periodontal health, providing longer-lasting results and greater peace of mind for patients. Furthermore, its superior material quality makes it ideal for use in almost any situation, from single tooth replacements to full arch rehabilitations. Overall, porcelain-fused metal remains an excellent choice for dental restorations due to its remarkable combination of strength, esthetics, and biocompatibility.

The dental lab product that every dentist knows best, our PFMs combine the strength of metal with the hand layered beauty of porcelain to provide long-lasting restorations designed to make your patient smile.


ADA Code

  • D2751 crown porcelain fused to non-precious
  • D6751 crown porcelain fused to non-precious (bridge units)


  • Make sure inside of crown is cleaned after try-in to ensure cement bonds with crown
  • Any resin modified glass ionomer or resin self etch/self adhesive resin

PFM Advantages – Porcelain Fused to Metal

  • Strength and durability.
  • Good for large-span bridges.
  • Precision attachments.


  • Ideal restoration for anterior and posterior crowns and bridges.
  • Cases requiring precision attachments
  • Screw retained implant restorations