Are you worried about the health of your teeth? At Wynnewood Family Dental, we want to help you keep your smile healthy for a lifetime. That’s why we offer High Noble Metal And Porcelain Crowns (PFM) – they are solid and durable and can match the color of your natural teeth.
You don’t have to worry about your smile or that problematic tooth anymore. With our high-quality PFM crowns, you can have a beautiful and healthy smile to be proud of. Please schedule an appointment with us today!
PFM crowns, also known as High Noble Metal And Porcelain Crowns, are made of a high nobel metal alloy covered with porcelain. They are used to restore teeth that are damaged or decayed.
PFM crowns are considered to be the best type of crown available. They are solid and durable and can match the color of your natural teeth. They are perfect for usage in high-stress regions, such as the biting surface of teeth.
If you have a tooth that is damaged or decayed, Dr. Ledbetter may recommend a PFM crown. We can use PFM crowns to restore misshapen or discolored teeth.
PFMs must be fitted by a qualified and experienced dentist like Dr. Ledbetter because they are manufactured specifically for each patient. The ideal choice for each patient will depend on their requirements and preferences. High Noble Metal And Porcelain Crowns (PFM) are an excellent choice for patients who:
PFM crowns are made by first taking an impression of your tooth. Then, a mold is made from the impression. We send the mold to a lab, where your PFM will be custom-fabricated to fit your mouth perfectly. We place the metal alloy crown over the mold during fabrication and apply the porcelain to the crown. The materials include a combination of high-quality or “high noble” metals, like platinum and gold, to give a solid foundation, and porcelain to provide a natural look.
PFM crowns are the most robust and most durable type of crown. We can also match them to the color of your natural teeth. They can restore your smile to a beautiful, natural look with excellent dental functionality.
PFM crowns are strong and durable, making them ideal for restoring back teeth. While PFM crowns can last for many years with proper care, the porcelain may chip or wear down. To avoid this, you can take steps to protect your PFM crown, such as:
PFM crowns are considered to be very safe. There are no known risks associated with them.
The cost of PFM crowns can vary depending on such things as the location of the tooth. Generally, PFM crowns cost between $600 and $1000 per tooth. Dental insurance may cover some of the cost of PFM crowns.
If you require dental restoration and want the best option, PFM crowns may be perfect for you. These crowns are made with precision and care, offering many benefits over other types of dental restorations. Please call our office today to schedule a consultation to find out if PFM crowns are the right choice for you. We would be happy to answer any questions about this treatment option and help you determine if it is the best course of action for your oral health.