Dental Alloys


Noble dental alloys refer to a category of dental materials commonly used in the fabrication of dental restorations like crowns, bridges, and other prosthetic devices. The term “noble” in this context refers to the composition of the alloy, specifically the metals used, which are known for their biocompatibility and resistance to corrosion.

Noble dental alloys typically consist of high percentages of precious metals such as gold, platinum, and palladium. Gold, in particular, is favored for its corrosion resistance and malleability, making it suitable for dental applications. The addition of platinum and palladium helps enhance the mechanical properties of the alloy.

These alloys are valued for their biocompatibility, which means they are well-tolerated by the oral tissues and are less likely to cause adverse reactions or allergies in patients. Additionally, noble dental alloys are known for their durability and resistance to tarnish and corrosion, contributing to the longevity of dental restorations.

While noble dental alloys are recognized for their positive attributes, advancements in dental materials have led to the development of alternative materials, such as high noble alloys and non-precious alloys, to address specific clinical and aesthetic requirements. The choice of dental alloy depends on factors like the specific application, the patient’s needs, and the dentist’s preferences.

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