Do you have a damaged or discolored tooth that makes you hesitant to share a smile? Or are you missing a tooth entirely?
You can restore a damaged tooth and rediscover your smile in just one day with a reliable dental crown from Fort Bend Dental.
We're close by with offices in Missouri City, TX, and Richmond, TX, and have our own in-house lab to ensure quality results every time.
Restoring Smiles Before & After Gallery
Protect Your Smile in One Visit With Same-Day Crowns
Do You Need a Crown? Don't Wait Too Long ...
Teeth that need a dental crown are often in a weakened state. If you have a damaged tooth, we recommend requesting a consultation soon so your tooth can be treated before more damage occurs.
With offices in three locations in Missouri City and Richmond, TX, we are conveniently located for people throughout Fort Bend County. Leave us a message or call to make your appointment.
Serving Missouri City, Richmond, and All of Fort Bend County
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"A+ Service and Care"
I was told by another dentist that I needed root canal. I went to Fort Bend Dental for a second opinion. They talked to me like I was an actual person. They were honest and set appropriate expectations. In the end they were able to fix my tooth with a crown instead of a root canal ... I definitely found new dentist. A+ service and care.View More Google Reviews
I had a verrry pleasant experience today at Ft Bend Dental. My dental anxiety is usually through the roof but there is a such a family feeling to this place. Dr. Kenner was super patient and listened to my concerns. I'll definitely be rescheduling for future visits.View More Google Reviews
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What Is a Dental Crown? And Why Would I Need One?
Severe Tooth Damage
If you have a tooth with extensive decay, we may recommend a dental crown instead of a filling. That's because fillings only fill a cavity and seal out bacteria. They do not strengthen a structurally damaged tooth.
Dental crowns are versatile cosmetic dentistry solutions, as well as workhorses in restorative dentistry. Patients who come in with a misshapen tooth can leave with one that has a beautiful, natural tooth shape. Crowns are also prized for their ability to mask discoloration in a tooth that teeth whitening treatments cannot improve.
Root Canal Therapy
Crowns are often the final step in a root canal procedure. Because this treatment requires the removal of a substantial amount of tissue, crowns provide crucial support to the remaining structure.
Crowns crafted from beautiful porcelain can replace missing teeth, either as part of a dental bridge or when attached to a dental implant. Either solution restores smiles and makes our patients feel more confident.
How Much Does a Dental Crown Cost?
The average cost for a dental crown is between $750 and $1,600. But keep in mind, many factors can affect how much your crown will cost. The price can be influenced by the type of dental material used, as well as any dental treatments that need to be carried out before the crown is placed, such as treating an infected root canal.
To get an accurate price, please request a consultation. One of our dentists will assess your mouth, discuss your needs, and create a custom treatment plan. Fort Bend Dental also offers flexible financing and in-house payment plans so treatment fits into your budget.
Treatment Timeline: What to Expect
Day of Procedure
We offer sedation dentistry if dental procedures make you anxious or you have difficulty sitting for long periods.
Not all dental cases qualify for same-day crowns. If your situation requires you to come back for a second appointment, then you will be fitted with a temporary crown to wear while your permanent crown is prepared. On your second visit, the temporary crown will be removed and the dentist will position the permanent crown in place.
Missing a Tooth? Implant-Supported Crowns
Instead of dental bridges, many patients are turning to dental implants to replace missing teeth. Dental implants are the only tooth replacement method that restores your smile and also maintains bone strength in your jaw.
"Superstars" at Every Location
As a whole, Fort Bend Dental is great! There are superstars throughout this organization at every location. These Drs and staff do great work—highly recommend!View More Google Reviews
Great service and very accommodating. Called at 8:25 a.m. this morning with a very painful toothache. Had me in their chair at 9:00 a.m. and fixed a cavity. Professional and caring... Thanks Dr. Kenner and staff!!!!View More Google Reviews