Semi Precious,

Porcelain Fused to Metal

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. The benefit of using noble alloys for posterior restoration is that they provide an excellent level of performance while also being cost-effective.

More affordable than gold, our semi-precious PFMs are alloyed with high quality metals to ensure a permanent restoration every time.



  • Incisal/Occlusal Reduction: 2mm
  • Facial/Lingual Reduction: 1.5 mm
  • Cervical Reduction: 1.2 mm


The material is not recommended for anterior crowns, bridges or veneers due to opacity.


Cementation using standard cementation materials and technique

ADA Codes

  • D2752 crown porcelain fused to semi-precious
  • D6752 crown porcelain fused to semi-precious (bridge units)