5017 196th St SW, #202

Lynnwood, WA, 98036

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Fri   9 am to 6 pm

(425) 778 5665

AFFORDABLE DENTAL CROWNS IN LYNNWOOD

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Affordable Dental Crowns in Lynnwood

Your smile is important.

At Lynnwood Dental Studio, we provide quality dental crowns at affordable prices and make your smiles come alive!

What is a Dental Crown?

A dental crown is a cover or cap placed on the tooth like a cap. Crowns allow completely to restore a damaged tooth to its original shape, size, and functionality. They are also used in improving the strength of the tooth and the appearance of a smile. 

When do you need a dental Crown?

A dental crown may be needed in the following situations:

To protect a weak tooth (for example, from decay) from breaking or to hold together parts of a cracked tooth

To restore an already broken tooth or a tooth that has been severely worn down

To cover and support a tooth with a large filling when there isn't a lot of teeth left

To hold a dental bridge in place

To cover misshaped or severely discolored teeth

To cover a dental implant

To make a cosmetic modification

Types of Dental Crowns

At Lynnwood Dental Studio we offer the following crowns: 


Ceramic. These porcelain-based crowns popular due to their ability to blend with natural tooth color. However, these crowns are may break under enough pressure.
 

Porcelain-fused to metal. These crowns are stronger and extremely durable because the porcelain is fused with metal. However, these crowns can quickly aggravate opposing teeth if the adjacent surface becomes rough.
 

All-resin. dental crowns are less expensive than other crown types. However, they wear down over time and are more prone to fractures than porcelain-fused-to-metal crowns. 
 

Gold alloys. These crowns consist of a mix of gold, copper, and other metals that are stronger and do not fracture or wear away the remaining tooth structure. 
 

Base metal alloys. These crowns made with non-noble metals are highly resistant to corrosion, strong, and require the least amount of healthy teeth to be removed prior to fitting the crown.

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Why Choose Us!

Easy Booking

Experience

Booking an appointment at our dental clinic is as easy as doing 2 clicks!

Combined, our dentist has over 20 years of excellent experience. The dentist is ready to put it to action for your!

Flexible Schedule

Best price gauranteed

In case of emergencies, we provide immediate appointments!

Our reasonable prices made many patients smile as never before!!

What Patients Say About Us!

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Dr. Chintala is by far the best dentist I have ever been to in my life. She's knowledgeable, careful, and communicative. At my usual dentist, I would leave the office with a mouth full of blood after a cleaning. She not only got extremely deep, but also kept painless and blood free. I knew she was the one so I continued to get my wisdom teeth taken out. She got them out relatively quickly and without too much damage. It's been only two days and my mouth is healeng great. Thank you Dr. Chintala!

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What’s involved in getting a dental crown?

Preparing a tooth for a crown usually requires two visits to the dentist. The first step involves examining and preparing the tooth. The second visit involves the placement of the permanent crown.

First visit: Examining and preparing the tooth

At first visit, your dentist may take a few X-rays to examine the roots of the tooth receiving the crown and surrounding bone. If the tooth has extensive decay or risk of infection, your dentist may perform a root canal treatment.

Before the process of making a crown begins, your dentist will numb (anesthetize) the tooth and the gum tissue around the tooth to reduce pain. Next, the tooth receiving the crown is filed along the chewing surface and the sides to make room for the crown. The amount of tooth material removed depends on the type of crown used. If a large area of the tooth is missing, your dentist will use filling material to build up the tooth to support the crown.

After reshaping the tooth, your dentist will use putty to make an impression of the tooth to receive the crown. The impressions are then sent to a dental lab where the crown will be made. The crown is usually returned to your dentist's office in two to three weeks. If the crown is made with porcelain, your dentist will select the shade that closely matches the color of the neighboring teeth. Your dentist will make a temporary crown to cover and protect the prepared tooth while the new crown is being made.

Second visit: Placing of permanent dental crown

During the second visit, your dentist will remove the temporary crown and check the fit and color of the new permanent crown. If everything looks good, the new crown is permanently cemented in place.

What is the cost of a dental crown?

At Lynnwood Dental Studio dental crown costs between $850 and $1300, depending on the type of crown selected. 

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OUR SERVICES

We provide high-quality health care services for the whole family.

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Dental Insurances Accepted 

At Lynnwood Dental Studio, we accept a number of PPO insurance providers listed below. If you don't see your insurance company listed below, please call us to find out if your insurance is accepted.

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If you don’t have insurance and trying to find which dentist office nearby offers to finance, call us at (425) 778 5665.  At Lynnwood Dental Studio, we accept many PPO insurance plans including Delta Dental, Aetna, Premera Blue Cross,  Humana, United Concordia,  Blue Cross Blue Shield, Cigna, and more. We also offer interest-free financing through Care Credit for qualified patients. Ask one of our staff members for details by calling (425) 778 5665.

HOW WE CAN HELP?

We offer a wide range of procedures to help you get the perfect smile

Thank you for visiting our site! You are at the right place! We are focused on providing the best dental care possible to patients in Lynnwood, WA. We work hard to exceed your expectations.

 Thanks for your choice!

Lynnwood Dental Studio

5017 196th St SW, #202

Lynnwood, WA, 98036

(425) 778 5665