Despite advancements in dentistry particularly with regards to ceramics and composite materials, one form of restoration remains popular and that’s the full cast crown. He MCL dental lab is often asked to fabricate full cast crowns and not without good reason. So what is a full cast crown?
In essence, a full cast crown is a tooth restoration which has been cast fully in alloy (usually gold or silver in color). Restorations made in this manner offer a strong and durable choice for patients. In fact, crowns made with high noble white and gold alloys and/or non-precious metals have the ability to resist oxidization and therefore corrosion, while offering a good level of bio-compatibility with the gums. In addition, a full cast crown can also help prevent plaque build-up along the gum-line.