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There are multiple options around. And the cost varies accordingly.
At times, it is confusing to know what’s best for you.
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THE DENTIST is an Advanced Dental Clinic in Defence Colony, South Delhi. The Doctors associated with The Dentist have been practising dentistry for 20+ years. They have been engaged with recognized Hospitals in Delhi NCR. They specialize in Root Canal Treatments, Crowns & Bridges, Dental Implants, Invisible Aligners, Teeth Whitening, Dentures and other essential Dental Treatments. The treatments at The Dentist are led by Dr Srishti Jauhar, an expert in Root Canal Treatments (3000+ RCTs done so far); Dr Anurag Singh, an expert in Dental Implants (3000+ Dental Implants done so far) & Dr Karan Bhalla an expert in Dental Aligners & Braces (600+ Invisible Aligners executed so far).
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Much before you make up your mind, here’s what you need to know about Dental Crowns.
The tooth crown cost primarily depends on the material used and the type of crown you would choose.
In other words, you can choose from multiple options available.
So the first step always is to choose what’s best for you.
For a basic understanding, primarily, 5 factors determine the choice of a Tooth Crown:
1) Which tooth needs the crown? Is it a front tooth or a back one?
The front teeth display your personality.
In such a case, we recommend an all-ceramic or metal-free crown.
They are always aesthetically pleasing.
And if you have parafunctional habits, the crown may chip or break.
Hence we recommend a robust crown variant.
2) The complexity of the treatment
3) The size of the restoration/filling
4) The lab in which the crown is fabricated
Almost every dental lab claims to be making every kind of tooth crown.
However, only a few labs in India make long-lasting, trouble-free crowns.
Usually, the Dentist knows which labs are best in what kind of crowns. It is always recommended to rely on your Dentist for the best labs.
5) The expertise of the Dental Practitioner
Among all, this is the most important aspect.
By looking at your tooth, a Dentist would guide you better on which kind of crowns to go for.
It is important to note that not every costly crown is long-lasting. Likewise, not every cheaper version of the crown will be long-lasting.
The Dentist would always know what’s best for you.
Based on the recommendations, you can always choose which crown to go for, and hence the cost of the tooth crown.
Before you conclude the choice of the Tooth Crown and its cost, it is essential to understand what is a Tooth Crown and how it can protect your tooth. Just so that it helps you choose the best one for you.
As the name suggests, a Tooth Crown is simply a cap covering the tooth.
First, it restores a tooth to its function.
And second, it helps in the cosmetic correction of certain teeth so that your smile & personality is natural and better.
In technical terms, a Tooth Crown is a fixed treatment method to restore the function and appearance of a damaged tooth and can make the tooth stronger.
It is cemented onto the tooth and does not need to be taken out to clean.
8 Reasons why you would need a Tooth Crown at all:
1. Protect a weak tooth caused by either a large cavity or decay.
2. To restore a broken or worn down tooth.
3. Support a tooth which has a large filling.
4. Hold a Dental Bridge.
5. Cover a Dental Implant.
6. Correct any mal-aligned tooth.
7. Cosmetic modification, as required for your tooth.
8. To cover Root Canal treated tooth.
Wide varieties of Tooth Crowns are available nowadays. It makes the choice difficult.
But you can bucket them into just 4 types of Tooth Crowns:
1) All-Ceramic (Metal-free) / Zirconia Crowns:
Metal-free Tooth Crowns are stunning crowns with superior aesthetics.
They look so natural that it becomes difficult to distinguish between a crown and a tooth.
Metal-free crowns mimic the colour and lustre of the natural tooth and look lifelike because they don’t contain metal.
These crowns produce amazingly lifelike results unmatched by any other type of crown.
These are durable with high strength and can last very long.
Many of our patients opt for Metal-free Tooth Crowns.
All-ceramic Tooth Crown cost range starts from INR 12,000 & upwards, with a 5 to 20 years warranty.
In the true sense, the cost of Tooth Crowns, in this case, seems less important as compared to the life it brings to your natural tooth.
Furthermore, they are biocompatible and are an excellent option if you are allergic to metal.
2) Porcelain Fused to Metal Crowns (or PFM):
These Tooth Crowns are made of both porcelain and metal.
PFM Tooth Crowns have metal inside and tooth-coloured porcelain outside. The top coating of the crown is tooth-coloured porcelain supported by a metal framework inside.
Furthermore, they have pleasing aesthetics and high strength, which can last several years and are reasonably priced.
But PFM crowns are not as natural or lifelike as metal-free crowns.
To explain it further, they can cast a black hue/shadow over time between the crown and the tooth because of the metal inside.
For this reason, these Tooth Crowns are best suited for back teeth.
PFM Tooth Crown costs range from INR 8,000 & upwards, with a 5 to 15 years warranty.
3) Metal Crowns:
These Tooth Crowns are made of biocompatible metals like nickel and chromium.
The Metal Tooth Crowns have tremendous strength and can last long without chipping or breaking.
Their only big disadvantage is the metallic colour.
Because of its metallic colour, we recommend them for the back teeth.
These crowns are not in common use these days.
The Metal Tooth Crowns usually cost approx. INR 4,000.
4) Gold Crowns:
Gold Tooth Crowns have been used in dentistry for more than 4000 yrs.
But their most significant disadvantage is the colour, and that’s why it is not a popular choice.
Some metals are combined with gold to increase their strength.
Therefore, they don’t break or chip. They are durable and can last for many years.
The cost of such Gold Tooth Crowns depends primarily on the prevailing rate of Gold.
How to know which Tooth Crown would be the best for you?
Without any medical advice and among multiple choices of Tooth Crowns available, it will be difficult to decide which one’s the best for you.
A doctor’s recommendation always helps.
Consult our Doctor today. Speak with them at 9971711810 and know what’s best for you.
Quick summary of the cost of Tooth Crowns:
Metal-Free/All-Ceramic Tooth Crowns – INR 12,000 and upwards (with a warranty of about 5 years to 20 years)
Porcelain fused to Metal (PFM) – approx. INR 8,000 & upwards (with a warranty of about 5 years to 10 years)
And Metal Tooth Crowns – approx INR 4,000.
Gold Tooth Crowns – depends on the prevailing rate of Gold.
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13 Reasons why Patients trust The Dentist:
1) Ensure every bit to save your natural teeth
Nothing can simulate the functions of your natural teeth. Hence, the Doctors at The Dentist work toward saving your natural teeth in every possible way.
2) Conduct Root Canal Treatments with 97.5% accuracy
The world’s best instruments & technologies are used for Root Canal Treatments. This extra care ensures high precision & accuracy for every Root Canal Treatment. Doctors at The Dentist have accomplished 3000+ successful Root Canal Treatments thus far.
3) Expert Doctors in their field
All the Doctors at The Dentist carry more than 15-20 years of expertise in their respective fields.
Specialist in Root Canal Treatment – Dr Srishti Jauhar (3000+ successful RCTs).
Expert Implantologist – Dr Anurag Singh is an accomplished Implantologist and Master in Dental Implants (3000+ Dental Implants).
Invisible Aligners Expert – Dr Karan Bhalla (600+ Invisible Aligners)
4) Work passionately with every single patient
Doctors here work quite intensely in every case. And they prefer it that way. It only ensures a quality dental treatment in the end.
5) Use advanced Dental Instruments & Materials
An excellent dental treatment needs high-quality instruments & materials. To deliver the best treatment, the Doctors at The Dentist conduct every dental case with the best high-quality instruments & materials.
6) Follow 4-tier Sterilization of Dental Instruments
Like high-quality instruments, even the sterilization followed at The Dentist is of a high standard – A 4-tier Sterilization process which ensures exceptionally hygienic instruments for every single treatment.
7) Assure every Dental Treatment
Every doctor at The Dentist is very meticulous in every procedure. By following a stringent process for every dental treatment, every case comes with a seal of Treatment Assurance for the lifetime.
8) There’s no waiting time for patients
Every patient at The Dentist visits with a prior appointment. Doctors at The Dentist prefer treating One patient at a time. It helps the Patient and the Doctor respect each other’s time.
9) Educate patients during the treatment
To avoid costly treatments in the future, every Patient at The Dentist is educated about their oral hygiene status. This process usually helps the patient prevent a possible future treatment.
10) Association with the best labs in India
Like high-quality Dental Instruments, Doctors at The Dentist are equally particular about working with the best labs in India. Quality dental labs churn out high-quality work that the treatment requires. These associations further ensure quality treatment at The Dentist.
11) Conduct every Dental treatment ethically
We firmly believe in ethical dental treatment. Doctors at The Dentist treat every patient ethically. With 100% transparency, Doctors discuss every aspect of the dental treatment with the patient – cost, process, duration, etc. Our patients always appreciate this ethical approach.
12) Treat patients from around the globe
The Dentist is a well-established Advanced Dental Clinic. Hundreds of patients worldwide have undergone dental treatments at The Dentist. Some have come far from geographies like the US, Holland, Dubai, Iran, Africa, China & Japan.
13) Ensure regular follow-ups with Patients
Every patient’s oral hygiene is thoroughly examined when they visit. Doctors here remind every patient, individually & personally, about their due check-ups. This process helps our patients avoid possible costly treatments later on.