FAQ ON THE DIFFERENT KINDS OF DENTAL CROWNS AND THEIR COSTS AT YOUR SUMMERLIN DENTAL OFFICE
What Are the Different Types of Dental Crowns Available at Summerlin Dental solutions?
Dental crowns are available in a variety of shapes and sizes.
are extremely robust and sturdy, which is why they are frequently utilized in the repair of back teeth.
Because of its natural appearance and metal-free composition, all-porcelain crowns are the most extensively utilized form of crowns today.
Porcelain-fused-to-metal composites are less expensive. They have the appearance of natural teeth, yet the metal composition may leave a grey colored gum line above the crown when the crown is removed.
Zirconia crowns are composed of a new type of material that is both aesthetically pleasing and extremely strong. Emax crowns are comparable to zirconia crowns in terms of strength, appearance, and cost.
A: Ordinarily speaking, a conventional dental crown will cost between $800 and $1500. Actual prices, on the other hand, will vary based on the sort of crown chosen. If you require further treatment before your final crown is cemented, the cost of a crown will be more. For example, if you require bone grafting, a root canal, or gum surgery, the cost of a crown will be higher. Insurance companies also provide varying levels of coverage based on the type of policy you have.
Q: What Materials Are Used in the Construction of Dental Crowns?
A: Dental crowns may be made from a variety of different types of materials. Porcelain, porcelain fused to metal, gold, and a new substance known as zirconium are the most widely utilized materials. They are all diverse in terms of price, and they fulfill distinct functions and budgets.
Q: What are the most common dental crown issues that occur?
A: The use of a dental crown is a long-term remedy for a variety of dental problems, including tooth decay, fractured teeth, sensitivity, infections, and other issues. You should take proper care of your dental crown and get it examined on a regular basis to avoid complications such as developing cavities below the crown, having your crown chipped or cracked, or experiencing severe discomfort in that area. If you are experiencing any of these symptoms, or if you are experiencing an allergic response, you should schedule an appointment with your dentist as soon as possible.
Get to Know the Dentist
Dr. Marianne Cohan was voted The Best Dentist/ Dental Office and Best Cosmetic Dentist from The Las Vegas Review Journal in 2020 and 2021. She received her Doctor of Dental Surgery (DDS) from the State University of New York at Buffalo in 1992.
With an emphasis on cosmetic, complete makeovers and implant dentistry, Dr. Cohan is committed to continuing education and feels that we never stop learning. Dr. Cohan takes pride in using high powered magnification to perform minimally invasive restorative dentistry. She uses all of the latest technological advances including digital radiography, digital photography, computer simulations and high-resolution pictures of your proposed treatment on 55 inch screens. She also utilizes CBCT (cone beam) and laser technology. Dr. Cohan is always available to her patients and is available for any dental emergency.