Damaged, worn, or decayed teeth can take a toll on your quality of life in more ways than one.
A dental crown can be used to strengthen, repair, or improve the appearance of a tooth, making it feel — and look — like new again.
Renier Family Dental in Vero Beach, FL, can help you reap the functional and cosmetic benefits of this extraordinary solution.
Wondering If a Dental Crown Is Right for You? Contact Our Vero Beach Dentists
Don’t let issues affecting your teeth interfere with your daily life any longer; turn to our esteemed dentists in Vero Beach to get started on a personalized treatment plan that promotes your dental health and overall wellness. Whether you are looking for cosmetic dentistry or restorative dentistry solutions, Drs. Bradley Reiner and Siera Reiner are happy to discuss all of your treatment options and help you determine if dental crowns are right for you.
To get started, reach out to us today by giving us a call or sending us a message.
What Patients Have to Say About Our Vero Beach Dental Office
Everyone in this office is kind, professional, and eager to make your visit a positive experience.View on Google
I just relocated to the Vero Beach area. Was lucky to get a friend to refer me to this dental office. They got me in quickly. Great staff.View on Google
Why Patients Choose Our Practice For Dental Crowns and Beyond
Your teeth, gums, and dental health at large are unique to you; your treatment plan will be, too. We have helped numerous individuals in Vero Beach, FL, and beyond with an emphasis on patient comfort, dental education, and lasting results. You’ll be treated as an individual, not just another patient.
With us, your unique needs can all be met under one roof. Our skilled dentists have the resources and expertise to integrate dental crown placement into a broader treatment plan that comprehensively restores function and beauty to your smile. A dental crown can be paired with dental implants, veneers, gum contouring, and more to create the brand-new smile of your dreams.
Some patients may have a dental phobia or have difficulty sitting for extended periods. Additionally, your comprehensive crown treatment may require preparatory treatment or implant surgery. Our dentists can discuss sedation options that help keep you comfortable every step of the way.
How Is a Dental Crown Placed? A Look Into the Process
Paying for Dental Crowns What You Should Know
The total cost of your dental crown treatment will depend on how many crowns you need and what material they are made from; our practice can craft crowns from both porcelain and zirconia. Additionally, any preparatory work required will factor into how much you can expect to pay.
Fortunately, our office works to make top-of-the-line dental care as accessible as possible. We accept financing through CareCredit®, a third-party lender that lets you break down payment for treatment into manageable monthly installments. Our office also offers new patients paying in cash $50 off a comprehensive exam and a full mouth series of X-rays.
Is It Time to Replace Your Existing Crown?
- Pain or swelling: An improperly placed crown can result in gum swelling and constant toothache.
- Damage to crown: When a crown breaks, the tooth and roots are left exposed. A damaged crown may cause you to experience sensitivity to hot or cool liquids.
- Aesthetic concerns: Your crown may look older when compared to modern restorations. Additionally, over time, it may stick out visually as your teeth have naturally changed color.
More High Praise For Our Dentistry Practice
I’m a new patient and feel very lucky to have picked such a great dentist. Dr. Sierra and the team go above and beyond to make sure patients are informed and comfortable. I could not be more pleased.View on Google
So happy to have found Reiner Family Dental. Extremely friendly staff who are very passionate about giving the best care for their patients. I highly recommend this practiceView on Google