Dental Crown Cost
Patients needing a dental crown want a crown that looks natural and fits comfortably, but they also want to know how much it costs.
Clint Newman, DDS in Nashville, TN, provides patients with beautiful, durable crowns and transparent pricing.
If you need a dental crown, start your journey by learning what factors influence costs.
How Much Does a Dental Crown Cost?
Find Out How Much Your Crown Will Cost
For accurate pricing, the only way to determine how much your dental crown will cost is to request a consultation at Dr. Newman's practice in Nashville, TN. One of our dentists can assess your mouth to determine your needs and provide an accurate quote.
We can also make recommendations on the type of dental material that is optimum in your situation. While many dentists rely on metal crowns and porcelain-fused-to-metal crowns, our patients generally prefer our more natural-looking porcelain crowns and our high-end all-ceramic crowns made from IPS Empress and IPS e.max.
Will Insurance Cover the Cost of a Crown?
Most dental insurance programs will cover at least some of the cost when a crown is needed to restore a tooth. However, if a crown is a cosmetic dentistry procedure, the typical insurance policy won’t cover it. If you’re not sure how your procedure will be classified, our knowledgeable team can help you determine what is covered by your insurance company so you can get the most out of your benefits.
Do you have questions about insurance or managing any out-of-pocket expenses?
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Dental Crowns Are Versatile
Dental crowns are the workhorses of dentistry. Our natural-looking crowns protect your damaged teeth and, at the same time, restore your smile. We also use crowns as stand-ins for missing teeth, either as part of a dental bridge or with a dental implant. In fact, dental implants are considered the most lifelike tooth replacement option available today. We regularly use implants with crowns, bridges, and dentures. Denture wearers, in particular, love the security that implants offer.