Its corrosion resistance is better than Ni-based alloy, and the gold-porcelain combination is good, and because it contains more chromium, its melting point is higher, and there is a certain reaction between the alloy and the buried material. Cobalt-chromium alloy for porcelain, with a modulus of 213745MPA
hardness of 335 Vickers hardness. Safe and reliable and reasonable price, stable performance.
1, strong corrosion resistance, and has a high strength and hardness;
2. The edge of the cobalt-chromium alloy porcelain tooth has good sealing effect, which can prevent the external stimulation to the pulp damage.
3, cobalt-chromium alloy porcelain teeth are economical and durable, high cost-effective.