For many years, a metal substructure has been used under the porcelain tooth for durability in porcelain applications. A new era has started with the application of zirconium, which has been used successfully in other fields of medicine, instead of porcelain metal in dentistry. Because these new zirconium-based porcelain coatings do not cause gum problems and allergies, as well as providing aesthetics and function close to natural teeth with their light transmission feature. . The success of the material has been proven in medicine and industry.
Single tooth crown restorations
Over implant crown-bridge studies.