What Is the Difference between Procera Crowns and Procelain High Noble Crown?

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Procera crowns may cause some problems with the user. There are instances when people get black lines on their gums because of the crowns. Porcelain crowns however has a precious metal frame which is usually Gold. This makes it more expensive than Procera ones that are usual made out of bicompatible materials.
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Denise, The porcelain high noble crown has a precious metal frame (usually gold) beneath the tooth colored porcelain shell. Porcelain is a form of glass and is subject to breakage.
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I am not familiar with Zirconzahn, though if it is a zirconia based coping with porcelain over the top, it with be by far my first choice for a crown over Procera - much stronger.
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Missing front teeth have unique demands. Replacing them must take into
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The Procera Crown is an all-porcelain crown. It is a high quality material that mimics your real teeth better than just about any other product on the market. Damaged teeth? For damaged
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