Dentist Sandy Springs:

Dental dental Crowncrowns cost anywhere from $1200.00 and $1900.00 depending on the tooth to being restored. In addition, the cost varies depending on materials, complexity and the dentist’s training and experience and to some degree the location of the practice.  Insurance should pay part of a crown’s cost, but usually the number of crowns covered is limited on a per year basis.  Depending on the patient’s needs and wishes, partial and full crowns made of various materials may be utilized.  Crowns can be made of gold, porcelain, resin or porcelain-fused-metal, the most common are porcelain-fused-to-metal or full porcelain crowns.  The crown covers the entire surface of a tooth, adding strength, durability and stability, lasting up to 20 years.

This usually requires two office visits; first to prepare the tooth, make an impression and install a temporary crown. The impression is sent to a dental laboratory or manufactured in-house with the use of a CAD aided milling machine to create the permanent crown, which is installed during the second appointment.

There’s often an initial office visit ($65-$102) and X-rays ($85-$135).  One must not forget that there are additional costs that contribute to the overall price involved in crowns which are beyond the patient or doctor’s control.  A large share of undervalued costs goes toward the treatment itself, lab and production costs for the crown, aftercare and the like.

With proper care a crown should last 10 or more years.  Depending upon the general wear and tear, it could last indefinitely.  With somewhere between 10 and indefinitely, the investment becomes rather modest, if not inexpensive.

If we can be of service or answer any of your questions please do not hesitate to give us a call.

ZoAnna Scheinfeld, MS, DMD

290 Carpenter Drive, 200A

Atlanta (Sandy Springs), GA 30328



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