At Cherry Blossom Family Dentistry, we provide crowns to patients for a variety of reasons. Whether you need to cover a chip, crack, or large filling, or you need to protect a weakened tooth after damage or a procedure like a root canal, a crown can provide strength and give you back full use of your tooth. We make sure the crowns we place keep the natural appearance of your smile fully intact. Nobody needs to know that you have a fake tooth; that is between you and your dentist in Burleson!
What Are Dental Crowns?
Also known as dental caps, crowns are basically a shell that we place over your entire tooth to cover damage, protect against decay, and even aid in the replacement of missing teeth. They provide a new chewing surface to a tooth that is chipped, cracked, or worn down. They can even out a bite after the placement of a large filling. Crowns also provide strength and protection to a tooth after a root canal procedure. When used along with a dental implant or a dental bridge, they restore a full smile where there was once a missing tooth.
Tooth crowns can be made from a number of different materials, but porcelain is the most common. With porcelain, we can customize your crown to blend in seamlessly with your surrounding natural teeth, giving your smile a beautiful, uniform appearance.
Uses for Dental Crowns
- Cover chips, cracks, and large fillings
- Protect teeth after a root canal
- Replace single missing tooth when used in conjunction with a dental implant
- Replace single or multiple teeth when used with a dental bridge
How Much Does a Dental Crown Cost?
The cost of your dental crown will depend on the material and the tooth needing the crown. Before we begin your treatment, we always go over your expected out-of-pocket costs and financial options. In addition to being insurance friendly, our office has an in-house Dental Savers Plan for uninsured patients, and we can also break up your costs into monthly payments. We will work with your budget to get you the dental care you need.
Learn More About Crowns
Crowns are so versatile, and there are many different uses for them. If you’d like to learn more about our dental crowns and how they compare to other dental procedures, make sure to check out our blog post about crowns!
If you think your smile could benefit from a dental crown, call our office at 817-567-2535 to schedule an appointment or submit a request online.Request Appointment