Dental Crown Costs
Dental crowns restore the functionality and appearance of a damaged tooth and can cost anywhere from $500 to $3,000.
Dental crowns are already a worthy investment, but we accept most dental insurances and offer financing plans to make them more affordable.
See what factors into the cost of dental crowns at Pioneer Hill Dental in Aurora, CO.
A dental crown is often placed after a tooth extraction, root canal, or other dentistry procedure to remove damaged or decayed tissue from the tooth. These preparatory procedures will add to the overall cost of your treatment. Necessary X-rays, scanning technology, and other equipment may also influence the price.
Materials Used During Fabrication
Our office uses materials like zirconia for crowns that require strength in the back of the mouth and materials like porcelain, IPS e.max®, and BruxZir® Esthetic Zirconia for crowns that are visible when smiling. Unlike porcelain-fused-to-metal crowns, the materials we use in our crowns, bridges, and dentures are known for being lifelike and can blend in seamlessly with natural teeth.
If a tooth has been extracted or has fallen out completely, you can replace it with an implant-supported crown, a crown that attaches to an implant to completely replace a tooth. Though dental implants are expensive, they are a good investment because they can last a lifetime and are the only way to prevent jawbone atrophy, a problem that occurs after tooth loss.
Early Action Can Help You Save Money
If oral health concerns like trauma and decay are left untreated, they can cause costly problems in the future. Your initial problem can worsen with time as tooth decay can spread to surrounding teeth and gums and dental trauma can make teeth more susceptible to decay. Receiving a porcelain crown with Pioneer Hills Dental in a timely manner can help you save time and money.
Request a consultation at our Aurora, CO, dental office to protect your oral health.
Reconstructive vs. Cosmetic Crowns
Dental insurance will often cover the cost of a crown if it's used for reconstructive dentistry purposes. Here's the difference in usage between reconstructive and cosmetic crowns:
- Restoring the tooth after a root canal infection, decay, cavity, etc.
- Repairing dental trauma like fractures, chips, and cracks
- Replacing an old crown
- Used to conceal persistent discoloration
- Giving the tooth a more consistent size or shape
- Repairing minor dental trauma that doesn't interfere with functionality
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