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Dental Crown

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  • Totally Realistic
  • Brilliant Porcelain
  • Extreme Durability
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Dental crown is the top part of a tooth replacement. It can be fixed to the teeth by either cohesive material or with a screw on the dental implant. In other words, dental crown is the visible part of your tooth replacement. The crown’s colour is always the same as the colour of your original teeth, so it looks natural.

Crowns are fitted to the remaining part of a prepared tooth and it is placed on a dental implant.  It’s a great way to keep some of the original tooth and rebuild a damaged tooth. Crowns can also be used to help realign uneven and slightly crooked teeth, resulting in a healthy smile.

This treatment will provide a lasting, great looking smile, as well as excellent chewing ability.





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  • Get back your smile and confidence and all that within just 5 days
  • Broken, weakened, worn teeth? The best option is a new dental crown
  • Cutting edge technology for long-lasting, beautiful front and back teeth
  • State-of-the-art in-house lab

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What is a Dental Crown?

Dental crowns are a fixed “caps” that can be used to top an implant, strengthen damaged teeth, or improve the appearance of your smile. Whether you’re looking to realign uneven or crooked teeth, improve the harmony and balance of your smile, or maybe just enjoy restored function, a dental crown is a great investment.  Whatever your reason for choosing a crown, be assured we use only the most up-to-date technology and materials to deliver the best, the strongest, and the most natural results.  

What Types of Crowns are Available?

Crowns come in a variety of types, including metal, porcelain fused to metal, all-ceramic, all-porcelain and Zirconium.  Crowns may be fabricated using either the pressed ceramic method, in which the crown is molded under heat and extreme pressure, or the traditional feldspathic technique, in which the crown structure is build up from layer upon layer of hand painted porcelain.  The most suitable crown for you depends on a number of factors, including where in the mouth the crown is to be placed, and whether your main concern is strength or appearance.   Your dentist will discuss the most suitable options with you during your free initial consultation, but in the meantime, take a look at our quick comparison guide. 

E.max Pure Ceramic Crown

Porcelain Fused to Metal

Advantages Disadvantages Recommended Placement
Excellent strength and durability Lacks cosmetic appeal Back teeth


Advantages Disadvantages Recommended Placement
Strong and beautiful Higher cost Front and back

Pressed Ceramic (E.max)

Advantages Disadvantages Recommended Placement
Unparalleled appearance Higher cost Front. Primarily for single crowns or up to 3-4-unit bridges

What´s the Process for Fitting a Crown?

Step 1- the No Obligation, Free of Charge Consultation

During your free initial consultation, your dentist will evaluate the condition of your mouth with the help of x-rays to ensure the tooth is able to support a crown. They will then discuss your personalised treatment plan with you to ensure you are comfortable and happy with the process.  This is the ideal opportunity for you to discuss and agree upon the most suitable and preferred choice of crown. 

Step 2- Preparation of the Tooth

In the next stage of treatment, the gum tissues are anaesthetized, and the tooth is filed down to make room for the crown.  Alternatively, your dentist may need to use filling material if a large section of the tooth is missing.  Once prepared, an impression of the tooth and the surrounding teeth is taken with putty, and a temporary crown is fitted to protect the filed tooth.  The impression is then sent to our in-house lab for the permanent crown to be made. 

Step 3-Fitting the Crown

 Once the permanent crown is ready, the temporary crown will be removed and the permanent crown will be placed.  Your dentist will check for fit, and make any adjustments necessary to ensure you get the best fit possible. After the final checks have been made, and both you and your dentist are happy with the fit, the crown will be cemented permanently in place.  

What happens if I need a Crown after a Root Canal?

As root canal treatment can sometimes weaken the tooth’s structural integrity, a crown may be recommended to add strength and seal the tooth against further infection.  To lend strength and help the crown bond to the root, a “post” of stainless steel or glass-fiber will be fitted directly into the root canal. Once the post is in place, the crown is fitted on top. 

If a root filled tooth has not broken down entirely, an alternative to the “post crown” approach may be possible. In this instance, the tooth is “built up” using filing material.  The tooth is then prepared in the same way as a natural tooth.  

Implant-supported Crown

In addition to being suitable for both living and dead teeth, crowns can also be used to top an implant. For information on dental implants, please see our guide here.

How many days will treatment take?

Thanks to our in-house lab and our use of the most up-to-date technology (visit our lab), the timeframe for crown placement is greatly reduced.  We need just 5 working days to take you from initial consultation to end result (on the proviso that treatment starts immediately after the consultation).  In the case of complete reconstruction or total bite changing being needed, an additional 2 days may be required.

How long will a Crown last?

Although each case is unique, a well-fitted, properly maintained crown can last up to 40 years

How Much Will a Dental Crown Cost?

Our price for a single metal-ceramic crown costs just £310/350 EUR. Highly aesthetic and natural-looking press ceramic or zirconium crowns cost £430/480 EUR.  If you have additional requirements, the total price will depend on the extra treatment needed. 

Whatever your treatment needs or objectives, you can be confident that we offer excellent value for money –patients save an average of up to 70% on UK prices by choosing Budapest Dental Care Clinics as their treatment provider.   Our full price list can be found here

Why Should I Choose Budapest Dental Care Clinic for my Treatment?

The reasons for choosing Budapest Dental Care Clinic include:

  1. The Cost Advantage.  Patients can save up to 70% on UK prices by arranging treatment with Budapest Dental Care Clinic. This incredible value comes from the reduced cost of living and lower wages in Hungary.  Click here to see our Prices.
  2. Convenient, Customer-Centric Service.  Appointments are made to suit YOUR schedule, with no waiting times or hanging around.  The time between your free initial consultation and final fitting is drastically reduced thanks to the quick turnaround of our in-house lab. Throughout the process, you will be fully supported by our 24-hour, English speaking team, who will be happy to assist with any concerns or queries that arise.  Click here to meet the team.
  3. Expertise.  Not only does the quality of dentistry in Hungary rank amongst the highest in the world, but we ensure our dental team meets the strictest of standards when it comes to accreditation, experience and quality of care.

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*beyond 4000 EUR/ 3500 GBP treatment


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