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How much does a crown cost?


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2010-05-05 06:29:10
2010-05-05 06:29:10

The fee varies mostly by your geographic location, and the type of material used. The fee does not usually vary based on which tooth; for instance a lower front tooth does not typically cost any less than a back molar, even though the back molar is a lot bigger.

The fee in our region (Pacific Northwest) tends to range from about $650 to $1,000 per tooth. Crowns can be made of gold, metal alloys, porcelain fused to metal, or all porcelain. The porcelain varieties are typically more expensive. Metal/Gold crowns tend to hold up better over time, so if you aren't concerned with cosmetics, or the tooth is not visible when you smile, you should select a gold crown as it is cheaper and lasts longer.

In our office we charge from $850-$997 per tooth.

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