Zirconia crowns: what is the difference between zirconia and porcelain?

Zirconia crowns: what is the difference between zirconia and porcelain?

Q) Zirconia crowns: what is the difference between zirconia and porcelain?

Good question. Like cheese on toast, the bond strength of layered porcelain fused to zirconia is not strong. As such, “monolithic” zirconia crowns are often fabricated using zirconia ceramic. This occurs with no aesthetic porcelain layered on top.

Like a world champion boxer, zirconia is the hardest known ceramic in industry. It is the strongest material used in dentistry.

Zirconia crowns: find out more

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