EastView Dental - Barrie

Dental Crowns in Barrie

Dental crowns offer patients a long-lasting solution that restores both functionality and confidence to their smiles.
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Seamless Dental Restoration

A dental crown, often referred to as a “cap,” is meticulously placed over a tooth that has undergone root canal treatment, experienced breakage, decay, staining, or lacks proper shape. Crafted uniquely for each patient, these custom-fitted dental crowns seamlessly blend with the colour and shape of your existing teeth, ensuring a natural appearance. With a lifespan of over 15 years, dental crowns not only serve functional purposes but also provide solutions for holding dental bridges, topping dental implants, and catering to cosmetic enhancements, enhancing overall aesthetics.

What To Expect At A Dental Crown Appointment?

Typically, a dental crown procedure necessitates two visits to our office and is expertly conducted by our skilled dentist.


Just like any other dental procedure, the process begins with a comprehensive dental examination, where our dentist will thoroughly assess and clean your teeth, ensuring they are ready for a seamless fit. In cases where the tooth is fractured or extensively affected by decay, our team will skillfully eliminate the damaged portions, allowing the dental crown to effectively shield the tooth against future decay.

Shaping The Crown

Using dental putty, we will take an accurate impression of your teeth, which will serve as a blueprint for fabricating your porcelain crowns. During this period, a temporary dental crown will be placed on your teeth, ensuring functionality until your next visit. In cases where a tooth replacement is desired with a dental implant, we will take an impression of the implant and the adjacent teeth, enabling our laboratory to create a personalized crown that seamlessly integrates with your unique dental structure.

Placing the Crown

During your second visit, we will carefully remove the temporary crown and replace it with a permanent one. The crown will be securely fastened using robust dental cement or, in some cases, a concealed screw. To finalize the procedure, we will meticulously polish the crown and make any essential adjustments to ensure optimal comfort and a secure fit, guaranteeing your satisfaction.

How Much Is A Dental Crown In Barrie?

The cost of a dental crown can vary significantly depending on several factors. With typical insurance coverage, a single crown can range from around $200 to $600 or more. For patients without insurance, a rough estimate for a crown would be approximately $800 to $1200 and above.

Various elements contribute to determining the cost, including the type of crown and material used, the complexity and location of the procedure, the number of crowns required, any combination with other dental appliances like bridges, and the specific supplies and equipment necessary for your treatment. It’s important to note that an accurate quote cannot be provided over the phone, as each individual’s needs and treatment options are unique.

To obtain an accurate quote, it is essential to consult with a dentist, undergo an oral examination, and discuss your specific circumstances. If you have dental insurance, we are more than happy to provide you with a quote that you can submit to them, allowing you to determine your out-of-pocket costs before making a decision.

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Your consultation will include an examination of everything from your teeth, gums and soft tissues to the shape and condition of your bite. Generally, we want to see how your whole mouth looks and functions. Before we plan your treatment we want to know everything about the health and aesthetic of your smile, and, most importantly, what you want to achieve so we can help you get there.

Frequently Asked Questions

Dental crowns do not respond to traditional teeth whitening methods. If you wish to brighten your smile, it’s best to discuss teeth whitening options with your dentist before getting a crown.

Yes, a dental crown can be replaced if it becomes damaged, worn out, or if you desire an aesthetic improvement. Your dentist will assess the condition of the crown and recommend the appropriate course of action.

The cost of a dental crown without insurance can vary based on factors such as the type of crown, the materials used, the location of the dental practice, and other considerations. Generally, the cost can range from $800 to $1200 or more per crown.

Dental insurance coverage for dental crowns varies depending on your specific insurance plan. Some plans cover a portion of the cost, while others may cover the entire cost. It’s best to check with your insurance provider to understand your coverage.

In most cases, dental crowns can be placed on any tooth that requires restoration. However, your dentist will evaluate the tooth’s condition and recommend the most suitable treatment option.

Caring for a dental crown involves practicing good oral hygiene, which includes brushing twice a day with a soft-bristle toothbrush, flossing daily, and scheduling regular dental check-ups. Avoiding habits like biting on hard objects or grinding your teeth can also help maintain the longevity of the crown.

Modern dental crowns are designed to closely mimic the appearance of natural teeth. They are colour-matched and shaped to blend seamlessly with your existing teeth, making them virtually indistinguishable from natural teeth.

With proper care and oral hygiene, dental crowns can last for many years, typically ranging from 10 to 15 years or more. However, their lifespan can vary depending on factors such as oral hygiene practices, habits (such as teeth grinding), and overall dental health.

The dental crown procedure is usually performed under local anesthesia, ensuring that you experience minimal discomfort during the process. Some temporary sensitivity or soreness may be felt after the anesthesia wears off, but it typically subsides quickly.

The dental crown procedure typically requires two office visits. The first visit involves tooth preparation, taking impressions, and placing a temporary crown. The second visit is for the removal of the temporary crown and placement of the permanent crown.

A dental crown is recommended when a tooth is severely damaged, decayed, fractured, or has undergone root canal treatment. It can also be used for cosmetic purposes or to support dental bridges or implants.

Laura Wilkinson

I’ve been going here for years and the staff is great. Heather is a terrific hygienist. I am the type to be very anxious about having dental work done - even cleanings - because I have a sensitive and receding gum line. They always make me feel comfortable and I have never had pain during my visits.

Meet Patel

Friendly atmosphere and staff. Dr. Chaitanya works quickly, promptly, and with a pleasant and comforting approach. Very satisfied with my recent dental experience and highly recommend this practice to other dental patients.

Franca Marinelli

The staff and dental team at Eastview Dental are absolutely wonderful. From the moment you walk in you are greeted by an amazing front staff. They are very professional and respectful of your wishes. I have never had anyone there suggest that I have a treatment or service that wasn't necessary, unlike my previous dental team. We discuss options and find the best one. The hours are great. I definitely recommend Eastview Dental.

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