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Get Premium Quality Warranty Based Crown From Us

We provide branded and reliable quality crowns with warranty at The Dental Home. Warranty based crowns offer advantages over conventional hand-made crowns:-

  • Computerized crown manufactured through CAD CAM technique
  • Very precise fit.
  • Perfect shade matching which makes crown look like a natural tooth.
  • Crown margins adapt very well to tooth

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Team of 14 Specialists

We do not believe in giving you lesser than the best. Most of our doctors hold at least, an MDS.

Cost of Dental Crowns in Gurgaon

The dental crown that need to be put are decided on the basis of clinical analysis and the patient’s choice. Dental Crowns can cost from Rs. 1600 for a metal crown to Rs. 16,000 for an Ultra T Crown which comes with an International warranty of 10 years


₹ 3,800 ₹ 3,000(20% Off)

Full metal crown


₹ 5,500 ₹ 4,500(20% Off)

  • Metal coping inside with tooth coloured ceramic outside
  • Made through conventional technique in furnace

₹ 7,200 ₹ 6,000(20% Off)

  • Manufactured through cad cam technology
  • Better margin finish

₹ 9,000 ₹ 7,500(20% Off)


₹ 12,000 ₹ 10,000(20% Off)

  • Metal free crown
  • Hardest material
  • For back teeth

₹ 14,000 ₹ 12,000(20% Off)

  • Metal free crown
  • Hardest material
  • For back teeth

₹ 17,000 ₹ 14,000(20% Off)


₹ 19,000 ₹ 16,000(20% Off)

-For bruxism pts(teeth clenching habit)


₹ 22,000 ₹ 18,000(20% Off)

  • All ceramic
  • Highly esthetic
  • For front teeth only

₹ 22,000 ₹ 18,000(20% Off)

  • Zirconia inside with ceramic
  • layer outside
  • Front teeth only

Note: Prices are indicative and can vary on clinical diagnosis


I had discolored front tooth since childhood due to which I was always very conscious while smiling. I went to the dental home for treatment. Doctor placed such a beautiful crown on that tooth that nobody is able to make out difference between my natural tooth and crown.

Rahul Sharma, Sushant Lok 1

I got rct done sometime back from my hometown but i was not able to get crown on that tooth that time as i had to relocate due to work.i went to the dental home..i was given a very good crown which even had warranty and that too at a very reasonable rate.

Pankaj Kumar, Sector 43

Dental Crown

Dental Crowns are generally cemented over the top of the tooth that goes through an RTC using dental cement. It helps in strengthening the tooth and also gives an enhanced appearance. Let us learn in detail about the Dental Crowns and how we at the Dental Home promise to provide you with the best of long-lasting Dental Crowns at affordable prices.

Why consider Dental Home for Dental Crown?

Dental Home is a place where the latest innovations and equipment are preferred and perfection is preferred over the traditionally used imperfect methods. We believe in providing quality and use only branded and reliable crowns with warranty. The conventional hand-made dental crowns have by far not given the results that a person expects and thus we don’t believe in using the same old techniques and methods and instead, we use the warranty based crowns which has many advantages like:

  • It is manufactured via the CAD-CAM techniques and is computerized.
  • It can fit precisely on the top of any tooth.
  • The color shade can be chosen to match the surrounding teeth and it gives a natural look.
  • The adaptability to the tooth and longlasting nature are always advantageous.

About the Doctors

Our doctors are experienced and the team believes in the motto of bringing the perfect smile on your face. With the orthodontists who are gold medalists and expertise in all sorts of dental care and treatments, at Dental Home you can find all the solutions to your dental problems. The team of doctors includes 14 specialists whose accomplishments in the respective fields are always looked upon and appreciated.

Types of Dental Crown

At Dental Home you can get the following types of dental crowns:

  • All Metal Crown
  • PFM Crown
  • PFM (CAD/CAM) with Warranty
  • Zirconia with a warranty of 10 and 15 years respectively
  • EMAX with a warranty of 10 and 12 years and also one that goes for a lifetime

Cost of Dental Crown

The cost of Denta Crown depends mainly upon the type of material and the durability and the warranty that is being offered. At the Dental Home, you’ll always find many affordable options when compared to other places. You can get a flat discount of 20% on all the services and treatments which is an offer for a limited period of time. The regular costs range for dental crowns are between INR 2,000 to  INR 20,000 for an all Metal crown and an EMAX crown with a warranty of a lifetime respectively. The same cost after discount is between 1,600 to 16,000.

When is Dental Crown Needed?

There can be various instances when a dentist may prescribe you to go for a dental crown. Some of the situations that call for a dental crown are:

  • Root Canal

It is important to get a crown placed after an RCT as this treatment leaves the tooth hollowed after its cleaning and removal of the dead and infected tissue. The restoration of a crown immediately would help in keeping the tooth intact and free from further infections.

  • Cracked Tooth

It is a condition in which a tooth doesn’t completely get rooted out but has a crack. It is a very painful situation to find yourself in and the fracture lines can even result in a split. Getting a crown place on such a tooth ensures an even distribution of stress while chewing and helps in keeping it intact and in its place. A dental crown in this situation also helps in reducing the pain that a person has to go through while chewing or eating.

  • Broken Cusps

Breakage of cusps can make things worse as they play a significant role in the process of chewing. Cusps can be broken as a result of any trauma or the existing fillings which are large. It becomes very essential to get them restored with the help of a crown treatment.

  • Wear and Tear

Grinding of teeth or bruxism can cause a lot of wear and tear of teeth and make them shorter as well as weaker. To avoid this erosion from progressing any further and in order to get the strength of the teeth back it becomes necessary to get immediate dental attention and get the crown treatment done.

  • Implants and Bridges

The placement of the crown over the dental implants can help in reinstating the spaces which were left as a result of removal of a tooth or a missing tooth. Dental Bridges also used to fill the gaps when they are used along with a crown via an artificial tooth placed in the middle.

What is the procedure?

At Dental Home, this process is carried out with the help of computerized manufacturing of crown by the CAM-CAD techniques. The process of placing a dental crown over a tooth involves the following steps:

  • The preparation of the tooth is the first step and after it is done a molded impressions of the teeth along with it is sent to the dental laboratory.
  • A crown is created which is supposed to protect the tooth during the process of restoration.
  • The final step involves the cementing of the crown with the help of dental cement in order to ensure that it stays intact and in place.

Precautions after getting a dental crown

  • Brush regularly and gently
  • Avoid chewy food
  • Use mouthguard if suffering from bruxism

What is Crown?

A crown is like a cap which encircles and fits over the tooth. Crown is a bonded to the tooth using a dental cement. The main purpose of the crown is to strengthen a tooth after root canal treatment or to enhance its appearance.

When is a dental crown needed?

When is a dental crown needed?

There are a variety of situations that require a tooth to be restored with a dental crown. The most common situations are:-

  • Root canal: Root canal treatment is used to repair and save a badly decayed or infected tooth. It leaves the tooth hollowed out and predisposes the remaining tooth to crack, so a tooth needs to be restored with a crown immediately.
  • Cracked tooth syndrome: This is a condition where a tooth has incompletely cracked but no part of the tooth has yet broken off. It causes much pain during chewing. Chewing causes stress on the fracture lines and resulting in a split. A crown is required here to hold the tooth and re-distribute the stress evenly throughout the tooth eliminating pain.
  • Broken cusps: Cusps have a major part in chewing and frequently break off the teeth due to severe trauma or large existing fillings. Thus, they need to be restored with crown treatment.
  • Excessive wear of teeth: Grinding of teeth results in shortening of the teeth over time. The teeth wear away due to acidic erosion progressively. The only way to increase the length of teeth is through the usage of crowns.
  • The undesirable appearance of teeth: Good teeth makes one look smart. Bad teeth are ones that have an unacceptable appearance due to color, shape, or spaces between teeth which can be avoided by natural looking crowns.
  • Implants and bridges: Crowns are positioned on dental implants to reinstate spaces left from missing teeth. Dental bridges are also one of the ways to fill the gaps with the help of the crown on the adjacent teeth attached via artificial tooth in the middle.

Consultation and Treatment

If tooth decay or damage is so extensive then direct composite bonding or other conservative treatments are not viable treatment option then Crowns are the best option restore a damaged tooth and helps in a creating a lifelike a tooth replacement. Crowns can be fabricated in dental laboratories according to the problem area and severity.

Dental Consultation must be the utmost priority whenever one faces pain in the teeth as procrastination may lead to severe damage to the teeth. Consultation involves preparing and making an impression of teeth to restored. Crowns are fabricated and designed as per the shape and alignment to restore natural smile on the face.

Our dentists take care of every problem in detail and keep the patients informed about every tooth preparation process. The tooth preparation process may sometimes involve local anesthesia to numb the teeth and surrounding areas to make patients feel comfortable.

Procedure of Crowning

The dentist prepares the tooth and makes a molded impressions of the teeth and sends it to a dental laboratory. A fitted, temporary crown is created to protect the tooth while the final restoration is being made in the laboratory. The Crown can be cemented or adhesively fused at the next appointment.

We also provide the latest CAD / CAM Technology (computer-aided design/manufacturing technology) crowns. This technique helps in saving time as the accurate restoration is created through milling of a ceramic block.

Aftercare Precautions

  • Make it a habit to brush your teeth twice and rinse with dental floss or interdental cleaners (specially designed brushes and sticks) for proper oral hygiene daily.
  • Avoid chewing hard foods such as ice, nuts to avoid damage to your crown. Avoid biting your fingernails and grinding your teeth after the crown treatment to increase the lifespan of the crown.
  • Wear a nighttime mouth guard to protect your teeth during sleep in case of clenching or grinding your teeth habitually.

Prolonging the Life of Your Dental Crowns

The durability of the full coverage dental crown is determined by the exactness of its fit to the underlying tooth. An ill-fitted crown can house bacteria and bring damage to the tooth in progressive years, so the fit requires attention to detail by the dentist.

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