Why a crown?
Crowns are often the best option to extend the life of a tooth for years to come, after a tooth has fractured or broken in the past. Unlike a broken bone, a fractured tooth will not heal and is a serious condition. Crowns not only reinforce your tooth by adding additional strength but in many instances, they can save you the pain and price tag of a root canal and subsequent implant to replace the tooth.
Do crowns require a root canal?
Thankfully, no, not all crowns require a root canal. Only those that have a break so low that the the tooth becomes irreparable require a root canal.
How much out-of-pocket?
With this promotion, the maximum you will pay out-of-pocket is $799 for your crown and even less with most insurances!
What happens if I wait?
We get this question a lot.
There are essentially four different outcomes could experience by choosing to delay treatment:
- Nothing will happen
- The tooth could chip (simple repair) or crack and require a crown
- The tooth could slip and could require crown lengthening or extraction
- The tooth could require a root canal as well as an implant in some cases
By scheduling treatment now, you are:
- Preventing more serious complications (painful and pricey)
- Improving the overall health of your mouth dramatically
- And you are saving yourself $279!
Call our office today to schedule your appointment and lock in your discounted price!