CAD/CAM ZIRCONIA TEETH

Zirconia is a metal classified as a member of the titanium family and is mined around the world. It is found in dinnerware and electrical fixtures among other products. It's known for its durability, making it an ideal product to use in dental crowns, especially posterior crowns that require a lot of strength for chewing and grinding food, notes a study published by The Open Dentistry Journal. The metal has become popular as a crown material since it is supplied to dental offices in the form of a block, which is then milled by a computerized cutting machine (CAD-CAM) into the shape of a tooth.