Generally, crowns can range in cost from $800 to $1700 or more per crown.
A portion of the cost of crowns is generally covered by insurance.
To be certain, check with your dental insurance company.
How much is a crown without insurance?
The cost of a dental crown without insurance.
The average cost of a crown depends on the materials used. The most popular option among patients is all-porcelain crowns, which could cost between $800-$3000.
Why do dental crowns cost so much?
Often seen as a pain purchase, dental crowns can be seen as expensive in part because of the technology needed to produce a cap to repair your tooth. Less expensive materials, such as fillings, don’t provide the same protection and durability so it’s worthwhile in the long run to invest in a dental crown.
How long do dental crowns last?
How much does it cost to Recement a crown?
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Can I get a root canal without a crown?
Most crowns do not need root canals. If a tooth is not infected or acutely inflamed, it will not need a root canal.
Do I really need a crown?
A large filling or cracks in tooth
If you have a large filling or cracks in a tooth, your dentist may recommend a crown to keep your tooth from splitting in the future. You may need a crown to prevent the tooth from breaking beyond the point of repair.