Dental crown

A dental crown is a prosthesis designed to cover and protect a damaged or weakened tooth. With a design that faithfully mimics the shape and color of your natural tooth, it blends seamlessly into your mouth.

Why consider a dental crown?

Enhanced Protection: A devitalized or weakened tooth may require additional protection.
Repair: For teeth with significant cavities or large fillings.
Implants & Bridges: A crown can be attached to a dental implant or serve as a pillar for a bridge.
Aesthetics: Perfect for damaged, stained, or misaligned teeth, providing a brighter smile.

Types of materials for dental crowns

Ceramic: Excellent for aesthetics, it replicates the natural color of your teeth. Zirconia crowns are known for their exceptional strength. We primarily use all-ceramic crowns.
Metal: Effective, especially for molars, though less aesthetic. However, it is more affordable.
Ceramo-metallic: The strength of metal combined with the aesthetics of ceramic. However, there is a possibility of a visible gray line if the gum recedes.

  • Ceramic:

  • Metal

  • Ceramo-metallic

Placement of a Crown: A Two-Phase Process

Diagnosis and Preparation: After a detailed examination, the tooth is prepared, an impression is taken, and a temporary crown is placed.

Final Placement: During the second appointment, the crown is adjusted to ensure comfort and aesthetics before being securely fixed in place.

  • Diagnosis and Preparation

  • Impression

  • Temporary crown

  • Final Placement

Maintenance of Your Crowns:

Although a crown is designed to last a long time (10 to 20 years or more), durability depends heavily on your oral hygiene. Brushing, flossing, and regular dental check-ups are essential.

Our rates
Dental Crown From : 1500.-

Our dental clinic adheres to the SSO dental pricing.

Inlays - Onlays : From 1200.-
Root canal treatment : Between 450.- and 1200.-

Frequently Asked Questions

Can a dental crown be whitened?

No, crowns do not respond to whitening treatments like natural teeth.

Can I replace an old crown with a new one?

Yes, if a crown is damaged or if you desire improved aesthetics, it can be replaced.

do you have a question?
We are delighted to be able to answer any questions you may have. Please feel free to write to us or call us.

Take care of your dental health!

We are committed to combating healthcare avoidance, believing that in our current environment, every citizen should be able to maintain their health and enhance their appearance, especially their smile. Our rates are designed to be not only competitive but also, and most importantly, affordable. Nevertheless, they never compromise the quality of our service, which we strive to make impeccable.