Two Lakes Dental - Niagara Falls

Dental Crowns in Niagara Falls

A durable solution to strengthen to restore damaged or weakened teeth, providing both functional and cosmetic benefits.
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Long-lasting Solutions with Custom-Made Dental Crown

Imagine achieving dental perfection through a seamless tooth restoration solution. Dental crowns act as protective “caps,” meticulously crafted to blend seamlessly with your natural teeth, addressing issues like fractures, root canals, discoloration, decay, and irregular shapes. These custom-made crowns not only enhance appearance but can also last over 15 years, offering a durable and versatile option for dental needs, from supporting dental bridges and implants to cosmetic enhancements. With our specialized expertise and advanced techniques, our dental practice ensures flawlessly restored smiles that stand the test of time, restoring both beauty and functionality.

What To Expect At A Dental Crown Appointment?

Examination & Preparation

The process of getting a dental crown starts with a thorough dental examination. During this initial step, our skilled dentist will assess and clean your teeth to prepare them for a smooth crown placement. If your tooth is damaged or decayed, we will expertly remove affected portions to create a strong foundation for the crown. This crucial preparation ensures long-lasting protection and restoration.

Crafting the Perfect Crown

The next phase involves taking precise impressions of your teeth using dental putty. These impressions serve as the basis for crafting your customized porcelain crown. While your permanent crown is being created, we’ll provide a temporary crown to wear. If you need a crown for a dental implant, we’ll also take impressions of the implant and surrounding teeth, ensuring a seamless fit. Our commitment to precision guarantees that your crowns will be tailored to your unique needs, enhancing both function and aesthetics.

Crown Placement

At your follow-up appointment, we’ll replace your temporary crown with the permanent one. The crown will be securely attached using durable dental cement or a concealed screw. To complete the process, we’ll polish the crown and make any necessary adjustments to ensure your comfort and confidence.

Dental Crown Costs in Niagara What Factors Affect Pricing?

The cost of a dental crown can vary significantly from patient to patient, depending on various factors. While insurance coverage can help offset expenses, it’s important to understand the key elements that contribute to the overall cost. Here’s what goes into determining the price of a dental crown:

  1. Crown Type and Material: The type of crown and the material chosen play a significant role in cost determination. Different options, such as porcelain-fused-to-metal, all-porcelain, or zirconia crowns, have varying price ranges.
  2. Procedure Complexity: The complexity of the dental crown procedure influences the overall cost. Factors such as the extent of tooth damage and any additional treatments required affect the time and effort involved, thus impacting the price.
  3. Number of Crowns Needed: If multiple teeth require crowns, the overall cost will naturally be higher. The number of crowns necessary for your specific case will be considered when determining the final price.
  4. Combining with Other Dental Appliances: In some cases, dental crowns may need to be combined with other treatments like bridges or implants, which can affect the overall cost.
  5. Specific Treatment Requirements: The supplies and equipment needed for your unique treatment, including any additional procedures or materials required, will contribute to the final cost.

While the decision to restore your mouth with a dental crown is often an easy one for most individuals seeking normalcy in both appearance and functionality, it’s understandable that cost considerations may give pause. By evaluating these key factors, our dental team can provide you with a comprehensive understanding of the costs involved, ensuring transparency and helping you make informed decisions about your dental care.

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to schedule an initial consultation & exam.

Your consultation will include an examination of everything from your teeth, gums and soft tissues to the shape and condition of your bite. Generally, we want to see how your whole mouth looks and functions. Before we plan your treatment we want to know everything about the health and aesthetic of your smile, and, most importantly, what you want to achieve so we can help you get there.

Frequently Asked Questions

Dental crowns are recommended for a variety of reasons, including repairing a cracked tooth, strengthening a tooth after a root canal, and enhancing the aesthetics of discolored or misshapen teeth.

With proper care and maintenance, dental crowns can last 10-15 years or more.

Dental crown placement is typically not painful, as it is performed under local anesthesia to ensure you are comfortable during the procedure.

The process usually takes two appointments: one for preparation and impressions and another for crown placement.

Yes, modern dental crowns are designed to closely mimic the appearance of natural teeth, blending seamlessly with your smile.

Yes, you can eat most foods with a dental crown, but it’s best to avoid very hard or sticky foods that may damage the crown.

Dental insurance may partially cover the cost of a crown, but coverage varies depending on your plan.

Dental crowns do not respond to teeth whitening treatments, so if discolouration occurs, replacement may be necessary.

What Our Patients are Saying

Michelle H.

Friendly staff, immediate service! I highly recommend anyone looking for a dentist to give Two Lakes a call!

Eduardo L

Thank you very much Two lakes dental team you guys are amazing. Very nice attention they helped me out with my insurance stuff.
Dr. Zapata, thank you very much for working here, my wife and I are very grateful, very gentle, and very subtle, what a good job

Patricia P.

My husband and I had our first appointment today at Two Lakes Dental, it was such a great experience!!

From my very first phone call to set up the appointments to the minute, we walked out of there earlier today.

April was welcoming, friendly and warm from our first interaction over the phone right up until today.

Samantha my hygienist was also welcoming, friendly and warm and took her time answering all my questions while also explaining everything she was doing...and best of all, she was so gentle!!!!

Dr. Zapata again was welcoming.

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