The PFM is still the most common restoration used in the industry and, as the cost of gold and other alloys increases every day, laboratories are searching for lower-cost alternatives such as more economical ceramics and alloys like palladium, base or titanium. Masayuki Hoshi, RDT, discusses methods of bonding porcelain to metals, covers his techniques for avoiding porcelain cracks and bonding problems, and demonstrates how to successfully use different substructures.
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