A beautiful porcelain crown on a front tooth will generally cost much more than a basic crown on a back tooth. Besides the functional requirements, the porcelain crown on a front tooth will have to look perfect in order to blend in with the other teeth. Especially in the case of a single front tooth, not only does it require an exceptional amount of skill by the cosmetic dentist and the laboratory technician, but it requires a great deal of time to get a perfect match with an adjacent front tooth. It may require special photographic work and several trips back and forth to the lab to get a perfect match.

The cost for a porcelain crown on a front tooth will generally be from $950 to over $2000, depending on the part of the country.

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By Dr. David Hall

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