Dental Crowns Cost
Damaged teeth can lead to pain, infection, and even tooth loss, all of which can cost a substantial amount if left untreated.
Dental crowns can prevent that damage — and investing in your smile now may help avoid larger costs in the future.
My Mouth Dental/My Kids Mouth Dental in Rowlett, TX, will fill you in on the costs and benefits of this dentistry treatment.
How Much Do Dental Crowns Cost?
According to industry standards, a dental crown will cost about $500 to $1,500. Treatment costs are unique to each patient, and are affected by the location of the tooth receiving a crown, preparatory work such as root canal treatment, if sedation is needed, and many other factors. We'll discuss your unique costs, both on this page and in person.
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The Hidden Costs of Avoiding Treatment Why Delaying a Dentist Visit Can Cost a Pretty Penny
As much as we wish that tooth problems could disappear on their own, they need dental care — and the sooner, the better.
If you don't visit your dentist about your pain, your tooth problems may snowball. A cavity that could have been resolved with a traditional crown now may need a root canal, or even a tooth extraction and dental implant-supported restoration.
The $500 to $1,500 a crown typically costs can instead become thousands of extra dollars in avoidable dental procedures.
Fortunately, we can prevent that problem with timely treatment.
We Offer Dental Financing Options
Our Rowlett, TX, dentists want to ensure that treatment is accessible to all our patients. We offer low- and no-interest financing options through CareCredit® to help break costs down into affordable monthly installments. Members of our Dental Wellness Plan also receive discounts on treatment.
We also accept dental insurance, bringing you one step closer to happy, healthy teeth. It is important to note that insurance may not cover all crowns. Crowns provided for cosmetic reasons, such as to adjust the size or shape of a healthy tooth, are not generally covered by insurance. Additionally, insurance does not usually cover the cost of dental implant placement for implant-supported crowns, though it may contribute to the cost of the restoration.
Children and Dental Crowns
As parents or guardians, it's devastating to watch our children deal with dental pain — but thankfully, dental crowns can alleviate their discomfort.
Crowns for children typically do cost less than crowns for adults. So, you won't have to spend as much when replacing a tooth your child will lose in a few years.
We place porcelain-fused-to-metal dental crowns for young patients. Just like adult treatment, pediatric crown procedures are virtually painless.
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