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How Much Does a Dental Crown Cost?

 
low costPorcelain-fused-to-metal: $500-$1,500+average costMetal: $600-$2,500+high costAll-porcelain: $800-$3,000+
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Also called a cap, a dental crown is a tooth-shaped outer shell that is cemented onto a single tooth. Crowns are typically used to restore the shape, size and/or appearance of a misshapen, discolored or broken tooth; to strengthen a weak tooth; or to cover root canals, implants or the teeth that anchor either end of a dental bridge. Crowns can be made from porcelain (a dental ceramic), metal or a combination called porcelain-fused-to-metal.

Typical costs:

  • The cost of a dental crown depends on the materials used; the size, location and condition of the tooth; local rates; and the dentist's training and experience. Dental insurance might cover about 50% of the cost if the crown is needed for medical reasons, but dental crowns are typically not covered if they are considered cosmetic, and many dental plans have a maximum annual coverage limit of $1,000-$1,500.
  • Porcelain-fused-to-metal crowns can cost $500-$1,500 or more per tooth. For example, CostHelper readers without insurance coverage report paying $875-$1,400 for porcelain-fused-to-metal crowns, at an average cost of $1,093. CostHelper readers with insurance report out-of-pocket expenses of $282-$1,000, with an average payment of $618.
  • Metal crowns of gold alloy (called high noble metal) or of base metal alloys (non-noble) can cost $600-$2,500 or more per tooth. CostHelper readers without insurance report paying $830-$2,465 for a metal crown, at an average cost of $1,353. CostHelper readers with insurance report out-of-pocket expenses of $519-$1,140, for an average payment of $882.
  • All-porcelain crowns require a higher level of skill and take more time to install than metal or porcelain-fused-to-metal crowns, and can cost $800-$3,000 or more per tooth. CostHelper readers without insurance report paying $860-$3,000, at an average cost of $1,430. CostHelper readers with insurance report out-of-pocket expenses of $530-$1,875, for an average payment of $953.
Related articles: Dental Implants, Dental Veneers, Root Canal, Dental Bridge, Braces, Teeth Cleaning

What should be included:
  • A crown typically requires two office visits. After numbing the tooth and nearby gums the dentist files down the tooth to make room for the crown. If a large area of tooth is missing, filling material is used to build up the tooth so it can support the crown. After an impression is made of the patient's mouth, a temporary filling (typically made of acrylic) is placed on the tooth. The impression is sent to a dental laboratory to create a permanent crown, which generally takes two to three weeks. At the second appointment, the dentist removes the temporary and cements the permanent crown in place. The Washington Post provides an illustrated overview[1] , while WebMD offers a detailed description[2] plus a before-and-after photo[3] of a dental crown (slide number 4).
  • The dentist chooses the best material for a crown depending on the type, location and condition of the tooth. Metal crowns are typically used on out-of-sight back molars; all-porcelain crowns are typically placed on front teeth; and porcelain-fused-to-metal crowns can be used on front or back teeth. The American Dental Association provides a comparison chart[4] of dental crown materials.
  • Dental crowns last an average of 5-15 years, depending on the amount of wear and tear, the quality of oral hygiene practiced and personal habits such as chewing ice or clenching the teeth, or chewing ice, according to WebMD[5] . A crown may need to be replaced several times during the patient's lifetime.
Additional costs:
  • There may be separate charges for an initial exam ($20-$100 or more) and dental X-rays ($10-$250).
  • If the tooth has extensive decay, become infected or been injured, a root canal ($300-$1,500 for a front tooth, $500-$2,000 for a molar) might be needed before the crown can be installed.
  • If a large area of tooth is missing because of decay or damage, there may be an additional charge of $150-$250 or more to build up the tooth (although some dentists include this cost in their quoted price for a crown).
Discounts:
  • Dental school clinics[6] may offer reduced rates for services by supervised students or faculty.
  • The National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research provides tips for finding low-cost dental care[7] .
Shopping for a dental crown:
  • WedMD lists things to consider when choosing a dentist[8] .
  • If the patient has dental insurance, the insurance company will provide a list of approved dentists. Or get referrals to local dentists from the American Dental Association[9] or the Amcerican Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry[10] .
Material on this page is for informational purposes only and should not be construed as medical advice. Always consult your physician or pharmacist regarding medications or medical procedures.
 
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Root canal post and crown
Amount: $685.00
Posted by: S.c. boy in Progresso mexice, SC.Posted: August 17th, 2017 04:08PM
Which Tooth: Type of Crown: Porcelin
Flew from s.c. to texas. Went across border near McAllen to Progresso
mexico. Use Dr portillo. Have used him for past 5 years. Outstanding work,
clean facility and great pricr
Flew to texas and still saved over $1000 from what it would cost in s.c
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Replacing crowns
Amount: $0.00
Posted by: Hudson in Tampa, FL.Posted: June 29th, 2017 12:06PM
Which Tooth: 7 teethType of Crown:
Three months ago I was asked to commit to a bill of $6900 for replace 5 crowns. Today it was up to $9700 for 7 crowns. Nothing hurts in my mouth. Think I need a new dentist. (Also tried to move my appt up an hour after I confirmed yesterday and X-rays from 3 months ago 'disappeared'/ )
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Various dental work done
Amount: $9,000.00
Posted by: Luvtoshop59 in Berlin, CT.Posted: April 27th, 2017 06:04AM
Which Tooth: VariousType of Crown: Porcelain /composite
Admitted not being to a dentist in probably 10 years. I absolutely loathe them. Finally after starting to have some dental problems,I researched many dentists in area found one nearby in same town,state of the art place,5 star rating among 50+interviewed. So I bit the bullet,lol,and made the dreaded,appointment! 4 hours first visit. Made it known I did not want to anything more than necessary so I can eat comfortable. I am 73 years old and not making a long term investment in my mouth.
Next appt. 3 hours....bear in mind I had only seen the dentist now about 3/4 of an hour during thsee visits. The rest of the time was with staff. Upon asking staff about schooling and such found out no schooling. Trained by dentist to put make and put in temporary teeth and cleaning,adjustments,etc. This kind of did not sit well with me. So after all is said and done I walked out if there with a 9000.00 bill!charged to Wells Fargo!Yipee!
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root canal and crown
Amount: $0.00
Posted by: Retired in Oregon in Cornelius, OR.Posted: April 26th, 2017 04:04PM
Which Tooth: Top MolarsType of Crown: ????
Has anyone used the cheaper crown? How much was it??? and was it good???
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Dental insurance
Amount: $0.00
Posted by: Kimmy in Anywhere, MN.Posted: April 17th, 2017 07:04PM
Which Tooth: 0Type of Crown: 0
Why don't we spend more in premiums for delta dental or other dental programs? Who can afford dental work. No wonder my teeth are going to hell.
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Dental Crown
Amount: $447.00
Posted by: Krsmarie in Spring Hill, TN.Posted: February 20th, 2017 03:02PM
Which Tooth: 31Type of Crown: Full porcelain.
Just got done today. They removed old filling. Was able to use a computer system to make filling and place on in less that two hours. I have Delta Dental. Insurance paid 50% after $50 deductible. Total cost was $887, but I paid $447. Insurance paid $397. I pay $23.22 every two weeks for me and 3 kids.
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Filling vs Crown
Amount: $75.20
Posted by: Jimmy Taz in Columbia, MD.Posted: December 22nd, 2016 01:12PM
Which Tooth: 4Type of Crown: Porcelain
Came into to the dentist office with severe pain on upper molar. I knew I had a cavity and thought I'd get a filling. Dentist said he was going to do a crown. Cost was going to be $1264 with my insurance (Cigna) paying 50%. After I questioned why it was so expensive, dentist told me about an option to do a filling which is an intermediate step to getting a crown. Filling cost $75. Lesson - always good to ask what other options you have to make sure you are not paying more than you need to.
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Crown
Amount: $495.00
Posted by: Craig R in New London, CT.Posted: December 5th, 2016 12:12PM
Which Tooth: 15Type of Crown: Porcelian
Insurance's covered half
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dental crown
Amount: $872.00
Posted by: carla123 in garland, TX.Posted: October 10th, 2016 06:10AM
Which Tooth: upper pre-molarType of Crown: porcelain fused to metal
used Ameriplan dentist. Cost included lab fees, no root canal.
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Dental Crown
Amount: $1,340.00
Posted by: jloredo08 in Pearland, TX.Posted: October 3rd, 2016 06:10PM
Which Tooth: rear molarType of Crown: porcelin
Had a crown put in in 2013 over a lower right tooth w a dentist in Missouri City,TX.Some dental offices had outrageous quotes of $1,800 per crown.
I ended up paying $1,340 out of pocket. The crown has held up well. A buckle and filling fell out 2 wks ago and had a Pearland,TX try and save my tooth today by placing a crown in. Another $1,340!
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Build-up and Dental Crown
Amount: $1,034.00
Posted by: sarah1986 in 45223, OH.Posted: September 27th, 2016 10:09PM
Which Tooth: 30Type of Crown: composite
After years of not going to the dentist, I was terrified and booked an appointment at, what seemed, the fanciest and most advanced place in town. So I was terrified again when the verdict was 2 crowns and many other fillings. Just had my first crown today along with 2 fillings. 3.5 hours in the chair. Except...that's it...I'm done. They have a 3D printer on site, use a small camera to map a 3D image of your tooth, do some manual tweaking, and did a check for fit and bite with the printed tooth before sending it to be "baked"/cured. The crown and build up cost $1034. My insurance paid about half and I used my HSA for the rest. Insurance through my husband but as I'm self-employed, getting those hours from multiple appts back means I can run my business more consistently. I'd definitely recommend this new tech-y method to anyone. The drilling process was no worse than a cavity and the impression/application was painless...just a bit of waiting.
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Dental Crown West Roxbury, MA
Amount: $1,375.00
Posted by: Miss Sally in West Roxbury, MA.Posted: August 23rd, 2016 03:08PM
Which Tooth: lower right molarType of Crown: porcelain
Had to sand down a molar that had a slight crack, went down to 2 cm? so the remaining tooth is a nubbin. Crown was $1375 but my dentist is out of network so my cost was $687.50. Now there is a fistula at the gum line and I think I need an extraction so the whole expense was for nothing :(
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Pro-Bono or Dentists with prices for Low Income (Need to replace 2 Front teeth Crowns
Amount: $0.00
Posted by: Helen Murphy in Malabar, FL.Posted: August 4th, 2016 07:08PM
Which Tooth: 2 upper front teethType of Crown: porcelian
I am Embarrassed by Our Dentists. They are so self centered and think they are above Volunteering their time!!!There are only a few doctors that will "let themselves give a few hours of their valuable time." Dr. Dena Grayson volunteers her Medical Experience to low income families. And suggests that I call dentists in local area, I did, but guess what, NOT ONE Single Dentist has responded. Big Surprise, huh? If anyone reads this and knows of a SPECIAL DENTIST, to do 2 crowns and extract 1 tooth, back/upper.
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Replacing Chipped crown
Amount: $1,250.00
Posted by: Rob D. in West Seneca, NY.Posted: July 6th, 2016 11:07AM
Which Tooth: 14Type of Crown: porcelain
Had an existing crown crack this weekend on a tooth that had a previous root canal.Cost to remove the damaged crown and replace with new is $1250.00 out of pocket. Insurance is useless and covers nothing since I've already had a crown installed in the last 5 years.
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Core build up + crown
Amount: $2,001.00
Posted by: Mark Sartor in East Lansing, MI.Posted: August 20th, 2015 09:08AM
Which Tooth: #5 (right behind canine)Type of Crown: composite I think
($235 for cleaning and X-rays also) Nice folks and dentist.. no pain;. BUT I haven't been in 5 years, so besides the broken tooth I had fixed today, he saw an old crown with decay below it, and I will go back for that when I pick up current crown.. He may have to do root canal for other one. ALSO - right rear lower Implant is wobbly, and I may need that redone.. WOW... maybe back to dental school in Ann Arbor for that.. I'm living on just a few thousand over the poverty level for a single person too... the cost will be killing me.. I wrote to the President this am suggesting they add Dental care to Medicare.. would be REAL nice.. (He also pointed out two other fillings he said were ancient, and he'd like to crown those two teeth also)..
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Crowns and root canal
Amount: $2,850.00
Posted by: RealPersonBob in Walnut Creek, CA.Posted: August 10th, 2015 02:08PM
Which Tooth: #13 and #14Type of Crown: All ceramic
This started as two crowns, but a root canal was also required. The crowns were $1050 each for my out of pocket expense (I don't know how much the Delta Dental paid). My share of the root canal was $780. The workmanship was excellent. Their accounting not so good. I think dental insurance sucks.
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outrageous one tooth!
Amount: $2,200.00
Posted by: Suz Brna in denver, CO.Posted: July 28th, 2015 06:07PM
Which Tooth: infected old cap root canallType of Crown: porcelin
I think these dentists need a reality check on the economics of this country. The people in this country used to be able to afford dental care and we had to have the best smiles in the world. NOT anymore check out the prices to fix teeth in China or anywhere else in the world. US dental prices are going up, not because of cost but because the dentists have out-priced themselves and they have less patients because most can't afford to do anything, but pull our teeth out 400-500 dollars. They should be ashamed!!!!
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Paid in full for (2) crowns was NOT told insurance paid for one!
Amount: $3,750.00
Posted by: Kristine Blake in Manchester, CT.Posted: July 21st, 2015 02:07PM
Which Tooth: #12 & #5Type of Crown: custom crowns
I PAID in full for both crowns and the procedure to get the mold and all of that. When one of my implants failed, I was told, "Your insurance paid for one, so you have a FREE on owed to you. What if it did not fail, they would just keep, $1.750.00? The periodontist who pulled the teeth, did the same exact thing! DENTISTS KEEP YOUR MONEY & THE INSURANCE MONEY, and they never tell you. WE have to check up on them? Seems like legal-stealing if you ask [email protected]
I have insurance to save ME MONEY not you overpriced thieves.
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My experience with a Dental Crown
Amount: $0.00
Posted by: Aluka Sharon Doofan in Jos, Plateau State, Other.Posted: July 7th, 2015 06:07AM
Which Tooth: IncisorsType of Crown: Post crown
I felt very abnormal, I had this kind of feeling that the crown was bigger than every tooth in mouth. I had this feeling for sometime and could not smile or laugh with confidence until I notice that no one actually suspected I had a crown. At a point i would even ask if anyone could notice anything different about me.
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Toothache/cracked tooth/root canal/crown
Amount: $2,475.00
Posted by: Paul R in Mission Viejo, CA.Posted: June 25th, 2015 11:06AM
Which Tooth: 30Type of Crown: full porcelain (cerac)
Insurance (cigna) billed $1622, I paid $853. First visit for consultation/fix pain was $267 incl oral exam and x-rays and open-medicate. Second visit to endodetist for root canal was $1068 which I paid $189. Third visit to orig dentist for build up and crown install was $1111 which i paid $648.
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Canine Crown
Amount: $948.00
Posted by: S. Copeland in Beaver Falls, PA.Posted: June 10th, 2015 08:06AM
Which Tooth: Top front canineType of Crown: Porcelain
Totally worth the money - this was out-of-pocket since I don't have insurance. Wish I'd known about the no-insurance plan before hand, would've saved 20%, but compared to other prices, I was satisfied.
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From fillings to crowns
Amount: $2,540.00
Posted by: laurenkelley15 in Portsmouth, VA.Posted: June 5th, 2015 04:06PM
Which Tooth: #30,31,3Type of Crown: Porcelain
Originally went in for old composites to get redone for the right side of my mouth, he nearly drilled all the way down to my nerve on teeth 30-31. He said there was decay and it was deeper than he anticipated, so he said I needed crowns. I was left in a complicated situation since he had already drilled these big holes in my teeth so I felt pressured to get them. After he put my temporary crowns in, he said "I hope your teeth don't get sensitive, cause then we'd need to do a root canal since it is fairly close to your nerve." I honestly feel duped. I was not intending on paying over $300 on my visit since that was my original treatment plan for 5 resin composites w insurance. Cost was: $1825/2 porcelain crowns, $480/2 core build ups, $210/composite. Out of pocket I paid $830 w insurance & the left side of my mouth hasn't been touched yet. Sat in my chair from 10 am-4pm & had about 6-8 shots of lidocaine during procedure.
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Northern IL/Southern WI out of pocket HUGE dental tooth fix
Amount: $3,387.00
Posted by: $$$$dump in Kenosha & Northbrook, Other.Posted: June 4th, 2015 09:06AM
Which Tooth: #15 molarType of Crown: resin
My son does not have dental insurance and from what I read here, it doesn't really matter.
His tooth was bothering him so a WI dentist filled the tooth for $627 then disappeared while my son was agonizing in pain over a 4 day weekend. No response when called for help with pain. NO RETURN CALL! He must be a sadist.
Of course, had to find an endodontist to get the root canal-that was in Northbrook, IL and cost $1400. Now on to the crown. Found a coupon deal at a different place. Still not done with this one tooth fix and already over $2k out of pocket not to mention the time dump.
What I want to know is, how does the average joe come up with this kind of CASH? Most places offering this kind of expensive anything usually offer a loan or some alternative to paying for such a huge expense.
What an incredible racket these extortionists have going. Screwed if you do, screwed if you don't.
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upcharging by dentist
Amount: $1,500.00
Posted by: Doc 99.99 in Celina, TX.Posted: May 27th, 2015 04:05AM
Which Tooth: side toothType of Crown: porc
Dentist have become obnoxious with UPCHARGING. Often I feel I'm at an oil change business with all of the inventive up charging they do.
Case in point. an examine for $100. Consultation 100.00. Shouldn't these two be the same? Another fabricated charge- pictures $100.00? Then the charge to look at the x-ray's? Up charging!! The Mint to clean your teeth instead of cherry is 25.00. Ridiculous. Welcome to Minute Grease and Lube store.
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WOW: Dental Insurance is worthless!
Amount: $1,497.00
Posted by: Billie in Monterey, CA.Posted: April 29th, 2015 05:04PM
Which Tooth: 18Type of Crown: Porcelain fused to high noble metal
I had an old cracked crown that needed to be replaced. My HealthNet dental insurance paid $198 of $1,497 ($50 deductible and $248 allowed). Even with insurance, my out of pocket was $1,299.
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Two top front teeth cracked half off during fall
Amount: $0.00
Posted by: patricia Dodge in Vancouver, WA.Posted: April 20th, 2015 04:04PM
Which Tooth: Two top frontType of Crown: I didn't know there are different types.
I fell on blacktop Friday..Teeth hurt..Dentist today Monday after fall..said two crowns in top front five hundred cash per tooth.no payments allowed..I cried..my insurance doesnt cover crowns..which surprised me since I'm hurt..not just for looks..I don't know how long it will take me to get that kind of money together :( very very sad April 2015
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porcelain crown
Amount: $1,800.00
Posted by: uli garces in valencia, CA.Posted: April 16th, 2015 12:04PM
Which Tooth: lower molarType of Crown: lava
dentist itemized fee:
lab fee $250
materials and equipment: $250
consultation: $100
exam: $100
pictures: $100
labor: 250/hr (includes cost of rent, utilities, license, insurance and education).
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Crown replacement
Amount: $700.00
Posted by: Flatiron in Ozark, AL.Posted: April 13th, 2015 04:04PM
Which Tooth: 14Type of Crown: porcelain
Year is supposed to be 2015.
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continued
Amount: $4,900.00
Posted by: just solo in phx, AZ.Posted: March 21st, 2015 07:03PM
Which Tooth: top front 4,bottom front 6Type of Crown: porcelain/emax
Mouth was so tired from being open 6 hours I could barely bite down for my impressions for moldings. After all that I had temporary crowns? I had to go back the week after. So this was a trip I had to travel back and forth. My returning day I wasn't even in the office for half hour and I was done.but let me not forget to mention I also had a missing tooth on bottom. So 4 porcelain on top,6 emax on bottom and SUPPOSENLY emax was more expensive because it holds stronger,replaced a missing tooth and 2 root canals for$4,900. But sad to say bout 2-3 months ago my top front chipped and Monday March16 my crown popped off😞
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dental crowns,root canals,etc
Amount: $4,900.00
Posted by: just solo in phx, AZ.Posted: March 21st, 2015 07:03PM
Which Tooth: top front 4,bottom front 6Type of Crown: porcelain/emax
My story is quite interesting. In March 2014 I went out of my way to Algodones,Baja California. Had to get passport which cost me $65.00. Didn't have to wait to receive it in mail,I was able to use my receipt as proof of passport. Left on a Saturday early morning,5 a.m. and arrived exactly 7 a.m. as soon as we entered I had an appointment to Alberta dentist. After exam,no xrays, I was told all my teeth were cracked, didn't need dentures nor did I want them. I also had a tooth missing on the bottom and one about to come out. Overall I was looking at 13,000. So my price kept on going down to where I felt comfortable. With the procedures I had done that same morning,$2,900 I put down,I was in surgery all morning till about 1:00 p.m. I had 2 root canals done,top and bottom, couldn't tell you how many shots I got. I'm going to say 10-14. Any little pain I felt I tugged on the dentist and they would shoot me up. After root canals,I had to do moldings. My mouth was so tired from being open .
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