A dental crown is used to repair a damaged tooth to its natural strength, and appearance. Dr. Berryhill at Cairn Dental in Golden has over a decade of experience restoring smiles.
Dental Crowns for Broken Teeth
Cairn Dental has extensive expertise providing dental crowns in Golden, Colorado. Our dentist offers the highest quality dental crowns for our patients and their families. A dental crown can be a solution to several different types of tooth damage. Dr. Berryhill has experience using crowns to help patients achieve their best and brightest smiles. Cairn Dental stays on the leading edge of dentistry by offering a variety of traditional and state-of-the-art dental crown options.
At Cairn Dental, our dentist works closely with you to determine the best dental crown for your personal needs. If you have a broken, damaged, chipped or cracked tooth, a dental crown could be the best solution for you. Find out by scheduling an appointment with the friendly dentist and dental experts at Cairn Dental in Golden, Colorado.
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Frequently Asked Questions
The average lifespan of a dental crown is from five (5) to fifteen (15) years. Ultimately, this time span is affected by what the crown is exposed to, how well you follow great oral hygiene practices, and your mouth-related habits (clenching, grinding, ice-chewing, nail-biting, etc. should be avoided).
A dental crown is not indestructible — just like your natural teeth it requires regular brushing and flossing. Although a crowned tooth does not require any extra care, maintaining your good oral health and hygiene practices is vital to preventing tooth decay and gum disease.
It depends on your unique situation and the type of crown selected for your smile. Your dentist at Cairn Dental will help you determine the various options you have when exploring dental crowns. The average cost of a dental crown can range from $1000 to $1500 or more per crown. Your insurance may impact the cost as well — we’ll help you figure that out when you come in for your first visit.