The type of dental crown you need is influenced by a variety of factors, including the type of material you want and the dental need it’s addressing. Notice the difference, before and after treatment.
Porcelain fused to metal crowns
The most durable material for crowns
A good choice for hard-working teeth, like molars
The most natural-looking material
Best for visible front teeth and for those with metal allergies
Meld with durability of metal with the subtlety of porcelain
Blends well with your natural teeth
Metallic color offsets the natural shade of your teeth
Often used for less visible teeth in the back of your mouth
Less durable than metal or porcelain fused to metal crowns
Maybe more expensive
The metal can sometimes become visible along the gumline
Can be the most expensive
¹Average price, including available discounts, across all markets.