Ocala Florida dentists are PFM crowns and bridges a product of the past or are they still a high strength material? Does it seem like the high strength PFM crown and bridge materials have gone out of style? In a world where metal free crowns and bridges are taking over, we here at Dentek, Inc. Dental Laboratory still believe that there is a place for PFM crown and bridge restorations. Some might say PFM is a product of the past, but there are dentist all over the United States that are still confidently using PFM on all of their crown and bridge work. Nothing fits a knife/feathered edge margin like a polished metal margin. There is sometimes a misconception that metal free materials can replace and be stronger than PFM, but when it comes to bridges, the tensile strength is a lot stronger than any metal free material. The metal in a PFM bridge has a load to fracture strength of 10,000+ megapascal, while a metal free bridge is around 600-900 megapascal. So don’t get confused if you are a dentist located in Ocala Florida about PFM crowns and bridges not being a high strength material. Dentek, Inc. Dental Laboratory located in Lenexa Kansas will give you the opportunity to try us risk free and see for yourself that PFM crowns and bridges are a high strength material. Click here to print free coupons to try us out and to request a FREE FedEX prepaid shipping label. That’s right, we pay for standard overnight shipping to and from via FedEX, so it feels just like we are located in Ocala Florida even though we are located in Kansas. Click here to contact us for more details, or call us directly at 1-800-875-6008. We look forward to hearing from you!
Ocala Florida dentists are PFM crowns and bridges a product of the past or are they still a high strength material?