If you need to protect a damaged tooth or mask an imperfect one, a dental crown is a reliable solution to your dilemma.
The dentists at Bailey Dental Group in Richmond, MI, create dental crowns that are both natural-looking and strong, often while you wait.
Learn how our award-winning dentists, Cynthia E. Bailey and Tess Marie Finley, use the latest technology to restore your smile.
Dental Crowns Can Transform Your Smile ... And Your Life
Same-Day Crowns Without Sacrificing Quality or Beauty
We use an E4D® imaging system that combines precision laser scanning technology with a milling unit. This allows our dentists to custom design the crown and then have it precisely milled while you wait.
There's no need to wear a temporary crown while your permanent crown is being fabricated at a remote dental lab. And no second trip to the dentist to have the temporary crown removed and the permanent one placed.
"Saved My Teeth and My Wallet"
Love Dr. Bailey's work. She has fixed things in my mouth that other dentists wouldn't, or probably couldn't fix. I don't feel like I'm being taken for a ride either. She does what is necessary, without trying to sell me something that is unnecessary. ... Thanks to Dr. Bailey, she saved my teeth and my wallet :) Also, she is very professional .Read the Entire Review
I just wanted to share how comfortable everyone in this office makes you feel, from the first person to check you in all the way up to the last to check you out. Dr. Bailey and her assistants are always kind and very helpful explaining options. I never feel like I am pushed into a decision or feel rushed.View On Google
Do You Need a Crown? Call for a Consultation
If you have extensive decay, the structure of the tooth may have been weakened, leaving it susceptible to further damage.
Using advanced dental technology, Drs. Bailey and Finley at Bailey Dental Group in Richmond can examine your tooth to assess the damage and determine the appropriate treatment. While fillings are fine for many cavities, if your tooth is severely compromised, we may recommend a dental crown to strengthen the tooth and avoid tooth extraction.
The important thing is not to wait too long before getting treatment since even just the act of chewing on hard food could further damage a compromised tooth. You can email us to get started or call:
Protect Your Tooth While Restoring Beauty & Function
What Are Crowns Made Out Of?
Porcelain, often combined with metal, has been used for decades to create crowns, however, our dentists prefer the aesthetic appearance of today's newer all-ceramic crowns.
All-ceramic materials such as Zirconia or IPS e.max create a more natural-looking tooth. Both are stronger than porcelain and so, unlike porcelain, do not need to be layered with metal for added strength.
Unfortunately, the metal layer used with porcelain crowns often leaves a telltale grey line peeking out near the gums, which many patients understandably dislike.
How Is a Dental Crown Placed?
What Are Dental Crowns Used for?
- Restore a badly decayed or broken-down tooth
- Provide support to a weakened tooth
- Hold a dental bridge in place
- Conceal imperfections such as chips, cracks, or discoloration
- Protect a root canal-treated tooth
- Restore a dental implant
One requirement for a dental crown is that you have sufficient healthy tooth structure to support the crown. During a consultation, our dentists can examine your mouth to determine if a crown is the right treatment or another option, such as a dental implant or partial denture, would be a better solution.
"I Absolutely Love My Smile"
What can I say about Bailey Dental Group... they are absolutely amazing! Never in my life have I ever had the patient care that I have there! For the first time in my life I absolutely LOVE my smile!!! ... You’ll never find another dentist that cares the way they do. Dr. Bailey and Dr. Finley are the number one dentists to seek for treatment. They will always be honest with you and give you the best treatment possible.Read the Entire Review
The whole staff here are so extremely friendly and very helpful! They made my experience at the dentist easy, and I didn’t feel uncomfortable or judged! I appreciate their kindness and the office is really nice. They are very caring and look out for your best interest, with recommendations to help and working around your schedule. Thank you everyone here for welcoming me and getting me on track with my dental health! :)View On Google
How Much Does
a Dental Crown Cost?
Dental crowns typically cost $1,265 per tooth on average at Bailey Dental Group, but several factors can affect the price.
For example, if you are getting your crown after having treatment for an infected root canal, then there will be additional costs. In addition, the cost of dental materials vary, also affecting the price. Zirconia and e.max crowns typically cost more than porcelain.
We recommend requesting a consultation so you can get a solid quote that is based on what treatment you need.
It's also important to remember that dental crowns are designed to avoid further damage to the tooth, which could result in more expensive treatments, such as a dental implant, or the loss of the tooth.
Dental Crowns Treatment Timeline We Offer Same-Day & Traditional Crowns
Pressed for time? We can create dental crowns in less time than practices using traditional methods.