How much does a crown cost?
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.
Full mouth treatment with porcelain crowns from 185,-- euro pro crown is ready in only 5 days!
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How much does it cost to reset the crown on your top incisor if it falls out and you still have the crown?
I'm going to talk a little about the cost of crown molding. The average cost of crown molding varies from state to state with the cost of living. When it comes to crown molding most contractors will charge by the linear foot (Linear feet just means any distance or length measured in feet). Some contractors will charge by the corner. When I estimate for crown molding here in Richmond Virginia, I charge by the…
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