Full-Contoured Titanium Crown

The Art Of Aesthetics digital dental laboratory offers full-contoured titanium crown (FTC) also known as CAD-CAM monolithic titanium crowns. Titanium comes from the root “titan,” famous for “strong and resilient deities.” Due to the price of gold soaring every day and becoming unaffordable to many patients, The Art Of Aesthetics introduced a full-contoured titanium crown as an alternative to the expensive but equivalent to the full gold crown. Titanium is light yet durable, which is why it’s used to manufacture airplanes. Since it is biocompatible, it’s also widely used in implants, screws, abutments, and other parts.

All CAD-CAM Full-Contoured Titanium Crown

Given our combination of excellent materials and highly skilled technicians, The Art Of Aesthetics cosmetic and implant dental laboratory produces highly precise and beautiful dental restorations. Call us today to place your order with our meticulous digital dental laboratory. We can work with most digital impressions scanned from Align iTero, 3Shape Trios, Carestream, True Definition, Cares, Cerec, and many more. Our goal is to provide extraordinary restoration services, higher than your expectations. When you call us, we will guide you through the procedures and other necessary information.

We welcome PVS impressions since we can convert them to a digital file to FTC.

We do our job correctly to fabricate precise restorations by utilizing our experienced dental technicians’ astounding skills. When you’re ready to send your PVS impressions, call us to request shipping labels, which are available at no extra cost to our valuable clients, regardless of where your dental practice is located.

In addition to offering numerous dental restoration services, our cosmetic and implant dental laboratory provides services throughout the world. To get our amazing services, contact client support. The Art Of Aesthetics is just one call away. Please give us a try and place your first full-contoured titanium crown and bridge with The Art Of Aesthetics. You can instantly send your 3Shape Trios or iTero digital impressions today. We can return your finished product quickly, often after only three days in the lab for most single-unit crowns.

CAD-CAM Processed FTC Crowns and Bridges

We are proud to introduce our latest dental restoration material: full-contoured titanium crown and bridge. These are also called CAD-CAM monolithic titanium crowns. All dentistry desires the best materials for the restorative cases at a reasonable price. We listen to your needs and understand your expectations from a digital dental laboratory perspective. Toward this goal, The Art Of Aesthetics has researched the best options for each unique case. If your patient is a heavy grinder, even full contoured zirconia may compromise the strength. In such cases, consider the alternative, the most durable product in dentistry: the titanium crown.

FTC (full-contoured titanium crown or CAD-CAM monolithic titanium crowns) are milled straight out of a titanium blank. It’s stronger than gold or zirconia, biocompatible, and yet costs less than a gold crown.

The full-contoured titanium crown is CAD-CAM processed from a digital impression or PVS impression. Titanium is:

  • Lightweight
  • High tensile strength-to-density ratio
  • Very strong and durable
  • Biocompatible
  • Highly lustrous silver-color
  • High resistance to corrosion

Titanium is used in aerospace because of its lightweight and strength. Wouldn’t it be nice to have such a fantastic material for a crown? Now you can order titanium crowns and bridges from The Art Of Aesthetics digital dental laboratory. You can send us 3Shape Trios files, Align iTero files, Cerec files, or True Definition files for titanium crowns and bridges. A full-contoured titanium crown (FTC) is recommended for posterior single crowns and bridges and provides an excellent alternative to an expensive full gold crown.

The Art Of Aesthetics offers titanium crowns to our most exceptional dental practitioners who need something stronger but more affordable than a full gold crown. The manufacturing process is similar to full contoured zirconia crowns, but titanium is much more challenging to manufacture, and unlike milling, zirconia production takes place in a pre-sintered, soft state. Therefore, it is a slightly higher cost to construct a titanium crown. Call us today to inquire about our FTC (titanium crown) for your patients.