Dental Crowns in North Edmonton
Crowns are a crucial aspect of restorative dentistry and can enhance the appearance of the damaged tooth, as well as its strength and longevity.
Seamless Tooth Reinforcement and Restoration
A dental crown is a tooth-shaped “cap” placed on a damaged tooth. Crowns are used to restore the tooth’s shape and size and protection and strengthen it. Crowns can also be used for conditions like holding a dental bridge, topping off a dental implant, or even in specific cosmetic applications. Once cemented, the crowns cover the whole tooth surface above the gum line.
Procedure for Getting a Crown Done
Here are the Steps Followed:
Examining and Preparing the Tooth
Your oral care provider will examine and clean the tooth to prepare it for an easy-fit crown. In the case of a damaged tooth, the dentist will need to remove the affected parts before placing the crown so that it can later function as a protective surface to prevent further decay.
Molding the Crown
Placing the Crown
Cost of Dental Crowns
What Factors Determine the Cost of a Dental Crown?
- Type and material of the crown
- The complexity of the procedure
- The number of crowns required and any other dental appliances, bridges, or implant posts.
- Treatment options – This includes fees for any special equipment or treatments.
Please remember that the cost of the crown does not include any additional procedures that may be required before the crown is constructed, such as root canals, posts, or tooth build-ups.
Remember that no dentist can offer an accurate quotation over the phone. It is essential to consult with a dentist and have an oral exam to learn about your treatment choices and obtain an exact price. If you have dental insurance, we will provide you with an estimate to submit to them so you can determine your out-of-pocket expenses before making a decision.
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to schedule an initial consultation & exam.
During the examination, your teeth, gums, soft tissues, and bite form will be examined. We usually check your entire mouth. Before we begin treatment, we want to know everything about your smile’s health and beauty, as well as your goals.