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Replacing Teeth with Dental Implants

For many years, the only options available for tooth replacement were dentures or bridges. Dentures have an unfortunate reputation of being uncomfortable, and bridges sometimes require healthy tooth structure to be removed. But today, dental implants are available.

Make Your Dental Crowns Last Longer

A dental crown, sometimes called a cap, is a covering that surrounds a tooth. It restores the tooth’s natural function and protects it if its damaged. Learn to take care of your crown so it lasts as long as possible.

Dental Crown Cost (Tooth Cap)

The cost for a dental crown (tooth crown) ranges from $500 to as much as $3,000. While many factors impact the price, they generally average about $900 with insurance and $1,300 without insurance....

Cost, Quality, and Process: CEREC Crowns vs. Other Crowns

When a tooth undergoes trauma or has decay, it sometimes becomes necessary to protect it. Dental crowns, also called caps, are placed over teeth to protect them from further damage and to restore...

Four Alternatives to Tooth Caps

When a tooth becomes damaged, a dentist will sometimes recommend restoring it with a cap, also called a dental crown. Caps are oftentimes expensive, and for a dentist to place one, they have to...

Dental Crown Procedure Infographic

Dental crown procedures follow three basic steps: consultation, preparation, and placement. We've provided you an infographic of the process to help you better understand what's involved.

What's Involved with a Dental Crown Procedure

How to Make Your Dental Crowns Last Longer

It's fairly easy to care for dental crowns. Temporary dental crowns, however, require much more attention if you want them to last.

All About Zirconia Crowns: What They Are, How They’re Made

Zirconia is a ceramic material used to make strong, long-lasting dental crowns. Zirconia crowns offer advantages over composite ceramic crowns and can be made in one…

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