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Cosmetic Dentistry


If your tooth is damaged but not lost, a crown can be used to restore its shape, appearance and function. You may need a crown if you have a root canal, a large filling or a broken tooth.


Ceramic Fuse to Standard Alloy

Ceramic Fuse to Standard Alloy (PFM)
  • Metal layer covering the tooth
  • Outer porcelain layer of the crown
  • Provides adequate strength
  • 90 to 160 MPa
  • Reasonable Price
  • Dark line

Zirconium Based Ceramic Crown

Zirconium (All Ceramic Crown)
  • Zirconium layer covering the tooth
  • Outer porcelain layer of the crown
  • Have an attractive translucent color which blends in well with the other teeth
  • Non-allergic
  • 90 to 160 MPa

All Ceramic Crown (E-Max)

All Ceramic Crown (E-Max)
  • Best option
  • Durable & high aesthetics
  • Strong ceramic material with 360-400 MPa of flexural strength
  • A greater thickness
  • Non-allergic, and there’s no metal edge

A Dentist examines the whiteness of a patient’s teeth and chooses the corresponding color.


How does a dentist make a dental crown for a patient?

The appointments for dental crowns usually require at least 2 visits:

1st appointment:

  • Involves shaping the tooth, taking its impression and placing temporary crowns.
  • Depending on the amount of crowns needed, the dental laboratory will fabricate the crowns in 2 to 10 days.

2nd appointment:

  • The dentist will permanently cement the finished crowns in place.
Dental Crowns
ProcedurePrice in USD$ / Crown
Ceramic Fuse to Standard Alloy ( For express service +$30)250
Zirconium Based Ceramic Crown350
All Ceramic E-Max CAD/CAM Crown & Bridges550-600