The influence of leucite on dental porcelain properties is investigated in this paper. The nanosized leucite powder prepared by sol-gel method was added into a low-fusing temperature frit to fabricate dental porcelain fused to metal. The porcelains with different leucite contents were sintered at the temperatures ranging from 780° to 900°C. The flexural strength and the thermal expansion coefficient (TEC) of the dental porcelain containing leucite particles are evaluated. The micro- structure and phases of the porcelain are characterized and the mechanism that nanosized leucite particles strengthening the porcelain is discussed.