Do you have a severely damaged tooth? Or one in need of a cosmetic makeover? A dental crown can save the day.
Dental crowns are the workhorses of dentistry. They offer dependable and ingenious solutions to many dental problems our patients face.
With 30 years of hands-on experience, Tim Clavin, DDS, in Minneapolis, MN, is a master at making crowns both durable and natural-looking.
How Much Does a Dental Crown Cost?
For a limited time, the price for a dental crown at Dr. Clavin's Minneapolis practice has plummeted 30 percent from $1,285 per crown to just $900.
If you need two crowns, the price drops even further to $800 apiece. That's a savings of nearly $1,000 for the pair.
What hasn't changed is the quality. Dr. Clavin has 30 years of hands-on dental experience and remains a master at creating dental crowns. He meticulously designs each crown to protect weakened teeth and restore their shape so patients can eat normally and smile confidently.
"Dr. Clavin understands his patients. He's a very skilled dentist. I've had a bridge and a few crowns done and his attention to detail is impressive. People have no idea that I have a bridge. He matched my teeth color perfectly. I've been seeing the Doc for nearly 10 years." Omar Yamoor
What Is A Dental Crown?
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You will have to rely on your dental crown for years to come. It only makes sense to pick a dentist who you can rely on to place it.
Dr. Clavin has been serving Minneapolis, MN, for 30 years, building on his expertise and commitment to spending quality time with each patient.
Instead of rushing patients through, Dr. Clavin prefers to give patients his undivided attention so treatment can be tailored to their needs, comfortably and conveniently.
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We offer early morning and early evening appointments.
"Dr Clavin and his staff are incredible. They genuinely care about me and my dental health. Dr Clavin is the best . He is caring, trustworthy, efficient and thorough. I am so very happy that I found him." Michelle
Missing a Tooth?
Crowns can be used to support a dental bridge, which will fill the gap in your smile. A typical three-tooth bridge includes crowns at either end that are attached to natural teeth and support a replacement tooth between them.
Attaching a crown to a dental implant creates the most realistic tooth replacement since it restores both the tooth root and the tooth. Using an implant as the tooth root helps prevent bone in the tooth socket from wasting away.
No More Goop.
No More Discomfort.
We're a no-goop dental practice. That means you'll no longer have to sit with goopy impression material in your mouth.
Instead, we use an intraoral scanner to accurately (and comfortably) capture a precise digital impression of the treatment area. The 3-D image is then transferred to our CAD/CAM software so that our dentist can design your new crown.
How a Dental Crown Is Placed
Timeline A Closer Look at Treatment
Placing crowns is fairly straightforward. However, you may first need preparatory treatment to remove decay, unsound tooth structure, or infection that has invaded a tooth's root canals. After that, the treatment timeline at our Minneapolis practice generally follows these steps:
We use high-quality porcelain to create crowns that could be mistaken for your natural teeth.