Metal Supported Coatings
Porcelain is used in the superstructure of metal-supported veneers; metal alloy is used in the substructure. In addition to being slightly more opaque than other coating types; It is more common to use in the back group teeth due to its economical, superior properties in terms of function and durability.
Porcelain is used on zirconium infrastructure, which is a very hard element. The white zirconium infrastructure has made the aesthetic feature stand out. It is the most frequently used coating material in recent years thanks to its durability and high gum compatibility. An extremely natural appearance can be achieved with good workmanship. It is suitable for bridge construction in the presence of missing teeth.