PFM high noble metal. porcelain fused to metal

Discussion in 'Dental Archive' started by don warner saklad, Feb 5, 2006.

  1. a.
    Are there different qualities of high noble metal ?... as in PFM high
    noble metal porcelain fused to metal.

    b.
    What does high noble metal mean?...

    c.
    Where around the web are there explanations of high nobel metal for
    other people in the dental industry, medical engineers, imaging
    equipment engineers, for others besides clinicians?...
     
    don warner saklad, Feb 5, 2006
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  2. don warner saklad

    Joel Guest

    don warner saklad wrote:

    YES, base metal, non-precisous, semi-precious, high noble
    (noble means it will not rust, corrode, or combine with various
    non-metals, gold as example being most noble).

    SEE above.



    PLATINUM The noblest of the noble metals, Platinum is a white, hard
    and very dense metal. Platinum is usually alloyed with Iridium (90%
    Plat. 10% Iridium) and more recently Cobalt is being used in Platinum
    alloys.



    All Metal Restorations (Cast Full Crowns, Inlays, Onlays)

    yellow high noble (Type II-78% Gold)
    yellow high noble (Type III-74% Gold)
    yellow high noble (Type IV-56% Gold)
    yellow noble (Type III- 41% Gold)
    white semi-precious
    yellow non-precious
    white non-precious
    white high noble (ceramic alloy-52% Gold)
    white semi-precious (ceramic alloy)


    Cast Dowels

    Yellow high noble (Type IV-56% Gold)
    Semi-precious
    Non-precious


    True Temps™ Provisionals

    True Temps™
    Ribbon Reinforcement
    Wire Reinforcement






    Ceramic Restorations

    Porcelain To Base Alloy

    Porcelain To Semi-Precious Alloy

    Porcelain To Precious Alloy

    Maryland Bridge

    Porcelain Shoulder

    Metal Occlusal Surface

    Porcelain Inlays, Onlays, And Laminates





    Full Crowns, Inlays, & Onlays

    Full Cast Crown

    Full Cast Inlay, Onlay

    Post & Core

    Post Crown

    Post & Core To Fit Crown

    Two Piece Post & Core

    Supportive Wing Rest

    Lingual Supportive Splint

    Diagnostic Wax-Up


    Implants



    Custom Abutment*

    UCLA Abutment*

    Soft Tissue Model

    Milling Per Hour*

    Surgical Stint

    Precision Attachment

    Semi-Precision Attachment

    Key-Way Attachment

    Post-Porcelain Solder

    Soldering


    * Plus Gold & Component Charges



    Cosmetic Restorations




    Optimal Pressable Ceramic (OPC) & Empress:


    -Anterior Full Crowns & Veneers

    Posterior Full Coverage Onlays

    360 Degree shoulder preparation.

    1.5mm minimum occlusal clearance.

    Prepped tooth shade is required.

    Soft internal line angles.

    Dual Cure Bonding-light Cure On Veneers




    CAPTEK Crown System:


    -Posterior & Anterior

    Single Units & Up to 4 Unit Bridges

    Standard PFM Preperation

    Recommend chamfer or shoulder margin prep.

    or bevel if metal margin is acceptable.

    Any Cementation Technique.



    Sculpture/FiberKor & DiamondCrown



    -Posterior Inlays & Onlays

    Any restoration with occlusal margin

    90 Degree occlusal margin preparation

    Soft internal line angles

    Dual Cure Bonding









    Full Dentures

    Partials

    In- House Metal Framework System

    Vitallium Complete

    Valplast Partial

    Hader-Bar Clips

    Custom Tray

    Stayplate

    Acrylic Partial

    Wire Clasp

    Nightguards

    Relines



    Repairs Are Welcome
     
    Joel, Feb 6, 2006
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  3. Please let me know more about...
    a. Are there different qualities of high noble metal ?...
    b. Wouldn't the terminology "high" be redundant?...

    c. What metal, what kind of noble metal?... for implants?..
    in the upper back

    d. What links around the web have informational materials?...
    about Implant - PFM high noble metal

    These terms appeared on the web at
    http://groups.google.com/group/sci.med.dentistry
    Feb 5
    PFM high noble metal

    PLATINUM The noblest of the noble metals,
    Platinum is a white, hard and very dense metal.

    Platinum is usually alloyed with
    Iridium (90% Plat. 10% Iridium) and more recently
    Cobalt is being used in Platinum alloys.

    All Metal Restorations (Cast Full Crowns, Inlays, Onlays)

    yellow high noble (Type II-78% Gold)
    yellow high noble (Type III-74% Gold)
    yellow high noble (Type IV-56% Gold)
    yellow noble (Type III- 41% Gold)
    white semi-precious
    yellow non-precious
    white non-precious
    white high noble (ceramic alloy-52% Gold)
    white semi-precious (ceramic alloy)

    Cast Dowels

    Yellow high noble (Type IV-56% Gold)
    Semi-precious
    Non-precious

    True TempsTM Provisionals
    True TempsTM
    Ribbon Reinforcement
    Wire Reinforcement
    Ceramic Restorations
    Porcelain To Base Alloy
    Porcelain To Semi-Precious Alloy
    Porcelain To Precious Alloy

    Vitallium Complete
     
    don warner saklad, Feb 9, 2006
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