The Full Cast Crown has a proven track record spanning more than 100 years. These restorations continue to hold up through the trials of normal function and parafunction. Full Cast Crowns are a conservative restorative option and a great choice when longevity and biocompatibility are principle concerns.
Our full gold, or solid metal alloy crowns have a long history of success, providing strength in the posterior with minimal preparation. They are digitally designed and milled in wax prior to casting for consistent quality results.
Proven track history
Kind to the opposing natural dentition
Minimal prep required
Digitally designed for consistent results
Ideal for the posterior region where there is minimal room outside of the aesthetic zone
Any resin modified glass ionomer luting agent
Any margin style, ideally with 1.0 mm of occlusal space
Types of alloys
High noble – Precious. These alloys have over 60% gold, platinum and/or palladium content. High noble metal is one of the easiest alloys to adjust. We offer full cast crowns in both yellow and white gold high noble.
Noble – Semiprecious. These alloys have over 25% noble metal (gold, platinum, palladium) content. Noble metal crowns offer a more hypoallergenic restoration over base metal crowns at a more affordable cost over high noble crowns.
Base – Nonprecious. Contains less than 25% noble metal. Many base metal alloys contain nickel, chrome, and/or beryllium alloys.
Dental Insurance Codes
D2790 - full cast high noble metal
D2791 - full cast predominantly base metal
D2792 - full cast noble metal