Porcelain fused to metal crowns can be referred to full-cast crowns which has porcelain fused on most or all parts of the tooth. Metal alloys with a high melting temperature are used to fuse porcelain to the surface and preventing the metal from melting.
This ensures the porcelain to bond without changing its color. Porcelain crowns are the most preferred crowns as they easily match the color of the adjacent teeth better than the metallic crowns. They are best suited for the back and front teeth. The underlying metal fused with the porcelain provides stability and strength to the crown. It has great aesthetic appeal and is most commonly preferred as it gives the restored tooth a natural look. They have a very high rate of success in the long run with 10 years warranty.