Porcelain fused to metal dental crowns replaced with emax porcelain crowns
Harry had old PFM crowns placed as a young man after a skiing accident broke both teeth. At the time this was the best result that was possible. Harry was interested in upgrading his smile and closing the gap between his front two teeth. In two simple visits we were able to solve both problems for Harry with new emax crowns. Pretty standard stuff, but something that a lot of people in their fifties and older are walking around with still today that could be easily replaced with crowns that are much nicer.
Do you have old PFM (porcelain fused to metal) crowns that you don’t like? Usually you can tell because the metal black line shows by the gumline. Check out the steps and costs involved with a dental crown here.