Dental, Ceramic Teeth Crowns in Brooklyn

You may need a general dentist to provide a dental crown after a root canal. Or maybe you want a crown to cover stained or misaligned teeth. Whatever the reason, this Brooklyn dental spa offers you a dental crown cost for every budget and every need.

Dental crowns in Brooklyn provide effective protection for damaged teeth. Your cosmetic dentist may suggest that you get teeth crowns if any of your teeth are substantially chipped or is heavily decayed. This treatment also is recommended for protecting teeth after root canal therapy. Additionally, our top dentist uses a crown to cover an implant and to support a bridge.

Having a crown ensures you’re able to bite and chew food properly and can talk normally. Crowns also restore your healthy, attractive smile. By placing a crown, your cosmetic dentist at the Envy Smile Dental Spa protects the rest of your tooth structure, as the crown completely covers your natural tooth to just below the gum line. The crown prevents bacteria from entering the tooth while restoring the tooth to its normal shape and size.

Variations in Dental Crowns

Teeth crowns may be part of a smile makeover, protecting and improving the appearance of your teeth. And if you need a crown repaired in short order, you’ll find same-day appointments and emergency dental care at Envy Smile Dental Spa in Brooklyn. All crowns require a similar procedure over two visits: the preparation and the fitting.

Tooth Crown Cost in Brooklyn

Your dental crown cost varies, depending on the kind and number of crowns you need. The experienced team at your Brooklyn dental spa discusses the price range for dental crowns, as well as the pros and cons of each kind, to determine the best match for your needs. Your options include:

A gold dental crown costs more, but it lasts a lifetime. Although a gold type is more visible, it’s a strong material, which can withstand biting down heavily on your back teeth. At the same time, gold is softer than your tooth enamel so it won’t harm your opposing teeth. If you’re interested in low-cost dental crowns then you may consider porcelain or metal caps.

Different Types of Dental Crowns

Below, a comparison table of various types of crowns is illustrated.

Comparison Chart Porcelain-fused-to-metal crowns (PFM) Porcelain (Ceramic) crowns Zirconia crowns
 150-PFM_CROWN  150-all-ceramic-crowns  150-zirconia-crown
Procedure A traditional type of crown often used in bridges plus crown and bridge cases. They are often fitted onto back teeth and are considered a strong, robust type of crown.
In order to place PFM crown, the dentist must remove a significant amount of tooth.
These type of cosmetic crown are made purely from ceramic and no other material. These crowns are ideally suited to people who have minimal space within their mouth for a crown or prefer something which has a natural appearance. Zirconia is a crystal form that is indestructible and lasts longer. It has adequate strength and durability. This crown cannot be spotted amongst natural teeth. It requires minimal tooth preparation thus preserves most of the original tooth substance. Zirconia crown is an ideal option to cover-up the damage including stains and to restore the tooth function.
Aesthetic
appeal
Provide you with a beautiful natural smile. There is an aesthetic issue with metal ceramic crowns. What tends to happen is that the metal base begins to appear around the gum line or darkens the porcelain crown. These crowns are viewed as less attractive. Many people choose the all-ceramic crowns or zirconia for their greater aesthetic appeal. Don’t have a problem with a dark line as they all made of white porcelain that perfectly imitates your natural tooth enamel. They are translucent and smooth, matching the size, color, and shade of your original teeth. It is hard to differentiate a zirconia crown amongst natural teeth.  These crowns have an attractive translucent color which blends in well with the other teeth. Zirconia crowns are milled from digital scans making the margins extremely accurate.
Best use for Metal ceramic crowns often used in bridges plus crown and bridge cases. They are usually fitted onto back teeth and are considered a strong, robust type of crown (molars’ restoration). All-porcelain crowns are a good choice for front teeth and any other tooth where an exquisite cosmetic result is a primary concern. Zirconia crowns are a good choice for any full crown restoration where a beautiful cosmetic result is desired, but extra strength and durability is preferred.
Resistance to fracture The major advantage of PFM crown is its metal substructure that provides adequate strength. Cosmetic imperfection is compensated by their strength and durability achieved due to a metal component. Prone to fracture when placed under tension or on impact. The fragility may not be a concern only in case you are going to place a crown on the front teeth that usually experience less biting and chewing force. Highly resistant to fracture. Zirconia crowns are extraordinarily strong and can withstand most chewing and biting activities.
Durability PFM crown has a high level of success and with proper brushing and flossing, they can last for many years. This type of crown is lifelike and pleasant to look at but there is a downside. It is less durable than other types of crowns which mean it is more prone to cracking or breaking. Zirconia is more durable than the conventionally used PFM ceramics. Once you get your teeth reinforced with zirconia crowns, you don’t have to worry about their durability. A zirconia dental crown is made of a strong biocompatible material.
Sensitivity High thermal conductivity may result in early post-placement discomfort from hot and cold. With all-porcelain crowns, you are more likely to experience hypersensitivity to cold and hot. Extreme temperatures may cause cracks and damage your tooth. The extra strength of zirconia crowns has an opposite abrasive effect. They may negatively impact the tooth root and other neighboring teeth.
Allergies / Biocompatibility Well tolerated, but some patients may show allergenic sensitivity to base metals. The material used is biocompatible which is kind to natural gum tissue and enables it to grow back alongside the crown. There is no risk of an allergic reaction or sensitivity to hot or cold foods. Due to their biocompatible structure, zirconia crowns rarely provoke the allergic reaction or body rejection.
Affordability PFM crowns are cheaper than all-porcelain ones. Tend to be more expensive than PFM crowns. Zirconia crowns – strong, affordable and great-looking.
Average Number of Visits To Complete The process is similar for all crowns. It involves two stages: preparation (first stage) and the fitting of the crown (second stage).
Takeaways The decision depends on your budget and the type of dental problem you have. Consult your dentist to choose the best treatment suitable for you.
Comparison Chart Porcelain (Ceramic) crowns
 150-all-ceramic-crowns
Procedure These type of cosmetic crown are made purely from ceramic and no other material. These crowns are ideally suited to people who have minimal space within their mouth for a crown or prefer something which has a natural appearance.
Aesthetic
appeal
Don’t have a problem with a dark line as they all made of white porcelain that perfectly imitates your natural tooth enamel. They are translucent and smooth, matching the size, color, and shade of your original teeth.
Best use for All-porcelain crowns are a good choice for front teeth and any other tooth where an exquisite cosmetic result is a primary concern.
Resistance to fracture Prone to fracture when placed under tension or on impact. The fragility may not be a concern only in case you are going to place a crown on the front teeth that usually experience less biting and chewing force.
Durability This type of crown is lifelike and pleasant to look at but there is a downside. It is less durable than other types of crowns which mean it is more prone to cracking or breaking.
Sensitivity With all-porcelain crowns, you are more likely to experience hypersensitivity to cold and hot. Extreme temperatures may cause cracks and damage your tooth.
Allergies / Biocompatibility The material used is biocompatible which is kind to natural gum tissue and enables it to grow back alongside the crown. There is no risk of an allergic reaction or sensitivity to hot or cold foods.
Affordability Tend to be more expensive than PFM crowns.
Average Number of Visits To Complete The process is similar for all crowns. It involves two stages: preparation (first stage) and the fitting of the crown (second stage).
Takeaways The decision depends on your budget and the type of dental problem you have. Consult your dentist to choose the best treatment suitable for you.
Comparison Chart Zirconia crowns
 150-zirconia-crown
Procedure Zirconia is a crystal form that is indestructible and lasts longer. It has adequate strength and durability. This crown cannot be spotted amongst natural teeth. It requires minimal tooth preparation thus preserves most of the original tooth substance. Zirconia crown is an ideal option to cover-up the damage including stains and to restore the tooth function.
Aesthetic
appeal
It is hard to differentiate a zirconia crown amongst natural teeth.  These crowns have an attractive translucent color which blends in well with the other teeth. Zirconia crowns are milled from digital scans making the margins extremely accurate.
Best use for Zirconia crowns are a good choice for any full crown restoration where a beautiful cosmetic result is desired, but extra strength and durability is preferred.
Resistance to fracture Highly resistant to fracture. Zirconia crowns are extraordinarily strong and can withstand most chewing and biting activities.
Durability Zirconia is more durable than the conventionally used PFM ceramics. Once you get your teeth reinforced with zirconia crowns, you don’t have to worry about their durability. A zirconia crown is made of a strong biocompatible material.
Sensitivity The extra strength of zirconia crowns has an opposite abrasive effect. They may negatively impact the tooth root and other neighboring teeth.
Allergies / Biocompatibility Due to their biocompatible structure, zirconia crowns rarely provoke the allergic reaction or body rejection.
Affordability Zirconia crowns – strong, affordable and great-looking.
Average Number of Visits To Complete The process is similar for all crowns. It involves two stages: preparation (first stage) and the fitting of the crown (second stage).
Takeaways The decision depends on your budget and the type of dental problem you have. Consult your dentist to choose the best treatment suitable for you.

Porcelain Crowns

People in Brooklyn choose the porcelain teeth crowns for their aesthetic appeal. Porcelain is strong and, more importantly, can be color-matched to your teeth. These crowns are ideally suited for those with minimal space in their mouths or for those preferring a more natural appearance. All-porcelain crowns are a good choice for front teeth, where a cosmetic result is a primary concern.

Advantages include:

  • The white porcelain perfectly imitates your natural tooth enamel.
  • Translucent and smooth, they match the size, color and shade of your original teeth.
  • Modern porcelain dental crowns look amazing and are difficult for anyone to detect.
  • There’s no risk of an allergic reaction or sensitivity to hot or cold foods.
  • The material is biocompatible, encouraging natural gum tissue to grow back alongside the crown.

Disadvantages include:

  • They’re prone to fracture under tension or on impact.
  • Porcelain is less durable than metal crowns.
  • They’re more prone to cracking or breaking.
  • Extreme temperatures may cause cracks and damage your tooth.
  • Porcelain teeth crowns tend to be more expensive than other crowns.

Zirconia Crowns

Zirconia is a crystal form that’s nearly indestructible. It’s durable enough to be used almost anywhere in your mouth, and it blends in with your other teeth. These crowns require minimal tooth preparation, preserving most of your original tooth structure. Zirconia is an ideal option to cover up damage like stains and to restore your tooth function.

Advantages include:

  • Zirconia offers an attractive translucent color that blends in well with your other teeth.
  • They’re milled from digital scans, making the margins extremely accurate.
  • This material’s a good choice for any full-crown restoration — where beautiful cosmetic results are desired and where extra strength and durability are needed.
  • They’re resistant to fracture and can withstand most chewing and biting.
  • They’re made of a biocompatible material that rarely provokes an allergic reaction.
  • Zirconia crowns are more affordable than other materials.

While disadvantages are rare, zirconia crowns can have an abrasive effect on opposite teeth. These crowns may also negatively impact the tooth root and other neighboring teeth.

Porcelain-Fused-to-Metal Crowns

Crowns with a metal substructure, covered with tooth-colored porcelain, are known as porcelain-fused-to-metal crowns. They’re used in crowns and bridge cases to hold the bridge in place. These crowns are fitted onto back teeth because they’re strong enough to withstand biting pressure.

Advantages include:

  • Their metal substructure provides robust strength.
  • Long-lasting durability means many years of use.
  • They’ve shown a high level of success, with proper care.
  • They’re cheaper than all-porcelain crowns.

Disadvantages include:

  • The metal base darkens the crown around the gum line over time.
  • To place this crown, your cosmetic dentist must remove a significant amount of tooth.
  • They’re less attractive.
  • You may experience some discomfort from hot and cold temperatures.
  • Some people may have allergenic sensitivity to the base metals.

eMax and BruxZir Crowns

These brand-name crowns offer different alternatives to traditional teeth crowns, so your cosmetic dentist at Envy Smile Dental Spa makes them available. eMax crowns are made of a special kind of ceramic — called lithium disilicate — that’s much more durable than normal ceramic crowns. The dental crown cost is a bit more for these crowns, but they also last longer than other ceramic crowns.

BruxZir crowns are made from solid zirconia. They’re stronger than traditional zirconia crowns and provide all of the advantages of zirconia with none of the disadvantages. They feature a smoother surface and are chip-resistant. Ask your dentist what is the best dental crown material for you.

All-ceramic Crown for Front Teeth

For teeth right in the front of your mouth, you might want to consider having an all-ceramic crown. The appeal of an all-ceramic crown is that it will provide you with the very highest aesthetic results. With an all-ceramic crown, light can pass right through the crown and into your tooth, creating a highly translucent effect that is very similar to natural teeth. Over the past few years the ceramics used to make these crowns have evolved considerably and are now incredibly strong. To put this into perspective, you can even have an all-ceramic bridge to replace an entire arch of upper or lower teeth in your mouth so there is no need to worry your ceramic dental crown will fail.

Individually Designed Just for You

Every single crown is custom-designed to ensure it has a perfect fit and will blend in beautifully with the rest of your natural teeth. Modern porcelains can look amazing and it should be very difficult for anyone to detect that you have dental crowns. We can also use Brooklyn dental crowns as part of a smile makeover, protecting and improving the appearance of your teeth. Our gold crowns are highly polished and we take extensive care to make them look beautiful.

Long-Lasting and Easy to Look after

No matter which crown you choose, you can rest assured it will be long-lasting and crowns are very simple to look after. You simply need to brush and floss your teeth as normal and of course

Tooth Crowns

Dr. Weiner and our dedicated staff at Envy Smile Dental Spa can restore the function and appearance of your smile with effective tooth crowns Brooklyn treatment. A crown sits firmly on top of the tooth and holds the underlying tooth together. It is an excellent choice to enhance the cosmetic look of your teeth and restore its strength and function. A tooth crown can be made from a variety of durable materials that match your natural tooth color. Envy Smile Dental Spa provides tooth crowns and tooth bridges that are cosmetically pleasing and made to last.

Latest in Dental Technology and Advanced Technique

Our dental professionals always use the latest in dental technology and advanced technique to help you achieve a smile that is healthy, attractive and long-lasting. We want your experience with us to be a positive one. By creating a warm and relaxing environment and providing a range of specialized and experienced dentists, you can be confident in choosing Envy Smile Dental Spa for all of your general, cosmetic and restorative dental concerns. Our office is currently welcoming new patients of all ages and we accept most dental insurance plans.

Frequently Asked Questions

What Is a Crown?

A crown, or dental cap, is a type of dental restoration that covers a tooth or an implant. A crown is needed when a large cavity affects the tooth’s health. They are generally melded to the tooth by dental cement for crowns.

How Are Dental Crowns Made?

Initially, your dentist will anesthetize the tooth and the gum tissue around it. Then the tooth’s surface is moderately reshaped to create space for the crown. The doctor takes the dental impression, creates a mold on its basis, and fills it with the chosen material. Until the cap is finished, you will get a temporary dental crown. The final stage is replacing your temporary dental tooth crown with a permanent one.

What Are Dental Crowns Made Of?

They can be made of different materials depending on the type of dental crows your dentist and you have selected. Patients normally opt for the following materials:

  • Porcelain
  • Gold
  • Zirconium
  • Porcelain fused to metal

The price of the aforementioned materials varies and the different types serve different purposes. Your particular case and budget will dictate the type of crowns that is most suitable for your case.

How To Care for My Temporary Dental Crown?

To avoid any dental crown problems until your permanent cap placement, follow these tips:

  • Avoid sticky food that can displace your crown
  • Be mindful of flossing as to not pull your cap off
  • Do not eat hard food
  • Use the non-treated side of your mouth for chewing

Does Dental Insurance Cover Crowns?

You can expect to get reimbursement of up to 50% of the cost if you have medical insurance. Although, you have to keep in mind that everything depends on the type of insurance you have and your individual situation.

As a rule of thumb, if you undergo a tooth crown procedure for cosmetic purposes, most likely you should not expect to be reimbursed. But if the procedure is performed as a part of preventive treatment, your insurance provider should cover part of the cost if not the whole amount. Preventive treatment includes repair of a broken tooth or coverage of a root canal.

What Are the Alternatives To a Dental Crown?

If this option is too expensive for you, there are cheaper alternatives to a dental implant crown, including, but not limited to, tooth extraction and large composite filling.

  • Large composite fillings. This is an inexpensive and relatively non-invasive option. However, fillings are not considered durable and your tooth cusps will not be supported.
  • Tooth extraction. The last solution would be to have your tooth extracted. This is considered the cheapest alternative to a dental crown but is also the least desirable.

How To Care for Dental Crowns?

It is extremely important to take care of your crowns once they are placed. Taking care of dental crowns is not a complex process. The below-listed tips can help you extend their durability.

  • Avoid hard foods. Chewing hard foods can damage your crowns and make them crack. This is especially important if you have porcelain crowns.
  • Floss daily. This will help you keep your teeth in top shape.
  • Practice proper brushing. Do not forget to brush your teeth at least twice a day. In addition, you should use a toothpaste for sensitive teeth if your crown or the teeth around are sensitive to heat or cold.
  • Make use of a nightguard. If you are among those who grind or clench your teeth at night, your dental specialist may recommend a nightguard. Its main purpose is to protect your crown and surrounding teeth.

Is Dental Crown Procedure Painful?

A dental crown treatment normally doesn’t involve much pain. The advanced technology and anesthetic are used to make the procedure comfortable. It is normal for patients to feel temporal sensitivity or pain during recovery. In case the discomfort doesn’t subside after the first few days, you should get in contact with your dental specialist.

 
Do you have questions about dental or teeth Crowns we offer in Brooklyn NY? Tired of looking for “the best dental crown specialist near me”? Do not wait any longer and schedule an appointment with the best rated cosmetic dentist at Envy Smile Dental Spa. We look forward to giving you the personalized and exceptional dental care you deserve.

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