Crown and Bridge Dental Lab Restorations – North Texas
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Crowns and bridges are vital mainstays of restorative dentistry, faithfully replenishing teeth that have suffered serious decay, physical injury, or even total loss. We understand that your patients pay for your time, talent, and expertise and certainly expect excellent quality and aesthetics from their new crown and/or bridge. The Perfect Impressions team is here to make this goal a reality. Depending on their personal goals and preferences, several different types of premium materials are available. We look forward to getting started on your next case soon!
Why Choose Perfect Impressions Dental Lab?
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- High-Quality Cosmetic Cases With Less Than 1% Remake Factor
E.MAX is a specific type of all-ceramic material. Your patient’s new restoration will be crafted from a single block of lithium disilicate, which we often prefer for both premium aesthetics and long-lasting value. E.MAX is typically recommended when treating teeth that are badly stained, damaged, or simply poor in quality. The appealing translucent quality blends in very well with natural teeth for a virtually seamless result!
Full Contour Zirconia
Full Contour Zirconia is a far stronger material than e.MAX ceramic and well-suited to withstand even the most severe parafunctional activity – in fact, it’s virtually unbreakable! This means that dentists can offer patients the strength to withstand severe bruxism while still avoiding noticeably metal restorations. At Perfect Impressions, this type of restoration is made with CAD/CAM technology and painstakingly customized with paint-on shades for a precise enamel match.
Porcelain to Zirconia
Zirconia is becoming a more and more popular restorative material over time, and it’s not hard to understand why. They offer dental improvement from various angles, including long-term durability, improved oral comfort, and excellent cosmetics. Their translucent appearance makes it very difficult to spot a zirconia crown/bridge amidst teeth that are entirely natural. Their biocompatible nature is also very safe and won’t threaten patients with severe metallic allergies/sensitivities.
Porcelain Fused to Metal or Gold Crowns
Many dentists still consider full gold restorations to be the “gold” standard of durability. This type of material is often ideal for posterior locations where occlusal space is somewhat limited. The high gold content results in a softer and more malleable surface that resists chips and cracks more successfully. Perfect Impressions also offers Porcelain-Fused-To-Metal (PFM), which provides a strong, reliable density near the foundation while still giving the crown a natural, pleasant appearance.