Dental Crown Costs
A dental crown is one of the best solutions for a wide range of tooth problems. Our affordable treatment starts at just $1,200.
Drs. Michael S. Feldstein and Mitchell Teitel strive to keep your costs manageable by accepting dental insurance as well as financing plans.
Learn more about your flexible payment options and the factors that impact the cost of dental crowns at our Flushing, NY, practice.
Will Insurance Cover My Dental Crown?
Restorative Purposes Include:
- Repairing fractures, breaks, and other damage that has weakened the tooth structure
- Restoring a tooth after a root canal infection, cavity, or decay
- Replacing a weak filling or an older crown
Cosmetic Purposes Include:
- Repairing superficial cracks or chips that do not comprise the health of your tooth.
- Correcting stains and deep discoloration
- Supplementing the size of a proportionally small or short tooth
What About Implant-Supported Crowns?
If you are missing a tooth or need an extraction, our dentists may recommend dental implant treatment. Dental implants are placed within the jawbone to restore the underlying roots and create a stable foundation for a prosthetic tooth.
While insurance doesn't normally pay for dental implants, your implant-supported crown may be covered. During your consultation at our Flushing practice, we can look into your plan and find out what your benefits include.
Factors That Influence Your Total Treatment Cost
Crowns can be made from a variety of materials that range in price. Depending on your needs, you may want to select a more premium material that can improve the strength or aesthetics of your restoration.
Dental care can be difficult for some patients who suffer from anxiety or low pain tolerance. If you have trouble sitting still for procedures, sedation can be incredibly beneficial. Dental sedation will add to your total costs but can ensure your comfort and safety during the procedure.
In some cases, our dentists will need to perform additional procedures to restore your oral health before placing a crown. Root canals, periodontal therapy, and other preliminary procedures are often covered by insurance the same as your dental crown but may increase your total out-of-pocket expenses.
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