At Toothology, we accept most major dental insurance. You are welcome to call our office to confirm if we take your provider. Regardless of whether we are in-network or out-of-network with your plan, we strive to make it as easy as possible to use your insurance, and we work hard to get you the most out of your benefits. We simply ask that you bring your insurance card with you to your first visit, or notify us of any changes in coverage, so that we can have your current information in our system.
* Regular Value $360. Valid in absence of active periodontal disease.
** Valid in absence of active periodontal disease. Savings of over $2,500.
Dental Crowns 101
Dental crowns are tooth-colored caps that go over an existing tooth that is severely damaged or decayed. They are an extremely versatile restoration that can be used to:
How Are Dental Crowns Made?
First, our team will assess whether or not a dental crown is the right restorative treatment for you. If you’re a good candidate, we’ll remove a portion of your existing tooth to make room for the crown. Then, we’ll take impressions of your tooth and send the impressions to an off-site tooth lab where they’ll fabricate your custom tooth crown. Once it’s complete, we will bond the crown to your tooth and check the fit.
Crowns for Tooth Replacement
In addition to correcting damaged or decayed teeth, dental crowns can also be used for single tooth replacements with dental implants. Dental implants are small posts that are placed into your jawbone. They mimic a tooth’s root and create a foundation for a tooth restoration to attach to on top. If you’re missing one or a few of your teeth, we can place implants and create beautiful dental crowns to fill in the gaps in your smile.