Ooltewah Tooth-Colored Dental Crowns
Beautiful, durable, and oh-so-easy!
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Our custom high-tech crowns
At Doyle Family Dentistry in Ooltewah, we’re known for offering super-fast CEREC crowns. In just a single visit, you can get a finished crown with no goopy impressions. Our dentists often recommend dental crowns to:
- Restore worn or broken teeth
- Repair cavities
- Complete a root canal or implant procedure
- Cover a dental implant
If you’re interested in learning more about our high-quality dental crown experience in Ooltewah, give us a call at (423) 594-8126.
5-star reviews from our patients
"Doyle Family Dentistry are the best in Chattanooga, “Good People” they treat you like part of their family. If you want a Dentist whose entire staff works hard to make going to
the dentist a great experience then give them a call."
"Best dental experience ever! Everyone at this practice is so patient focused and the customer service is five-star. Dr. Doyle is so gentle and the results are amazing. It makes dental appointments a pleasure."
"Dr. Doyle and her staff are amazing. I had to have some rather extensive work done and they went above and beyond to make me feel comfortable every step of the way. I recommend them highly. I love my new smile!"
How It Works
Schedule Your Visit
Meet with a dentist for an exam.
Create Treatment Plan
Discuss options and plan your crown.
We’ll Do The Rest
Your treatment will be efficient and comfortable.
Which crown is for you?
CEREC Same-Day Crowns
The latest in convenient, high-tech, and aesthetic options for restoring a tooth. Using 3D imaging technology and computer design software, your finished crown can be made in our office in about an hour. Unlike other crowns, a CEREC same-day crown requires just a single visit to our office, no return appointments, no gooey impressions, and no finicky temporary crown. Same-day crowns fit perfectly and are a picture-perfect match for your natural teeth!
In addition to crowns, we also offer porcelain crowns custom-crafted by a trusted local dental lab. Porcelain crowns are durable and look amazing, but do require a return visit to our office for final placement and fitting. Ask your dentist which is right for you!
Insurance & Financing
Choices for Everyone
We’re in-network with many dental insurances. If you’re insured, let us know. We’ll check your benefits and discuss your expected out-of-pocket investment for your dental crown and answer any questions you may have.
In-House Savings Plan
If you don’t have dental insurance, you can still get a crown at our office. We accept cash, checks, and credit cards. Plus, ask us about Doyle Dental Care, our in-house dental health savings plan. It’s a great option for your whole family. In addition to preventive care benefits, it offers a 15% discount on all treatments — even crowns, root canals, and implants!
Monday - Thursday: 8am - 5pm
Fridays reserved for smile makeovers
Are you ready to love your smile?
Schedule your appointment at Doyle Family Dentistry in Ooltewah.
See for yourself what everyone’s talking about.
Frequently Asked Questions
Will insurance cover the cost of a dental crown?
Depending on your insurance coverage, your dental crown may be covered in part or in total. Contact us to find out what benefits are included in your plan. If you don’t have dental insurance, don’t worry. Doyle Dental Care, our in-house savings plan ($399/year for adults), can save you 15% on crowns and all other treatments!
I lost my crown, can you help?
Yes! While all crowns are very durable, they can come loose, crack, or fall off. This is most commonly the result of an accident or biting down on a piece of food or your fork. If this happens, contact us immediately. We’ll fit you in ASAP and help restore your crown, health, and comfort.
How long will a porcelain crown last?
With proper at-home care and regular exams and cleanings, your crown can last 15 years or more.
What do I do to take care of my dental crown?
Brush and floss carefully and regularly. The number #1 preventable cause of tooth loss is gum disease and you must be vigilant about avoiding gum disease.
Care for your crown the same way you would any other tooth — brushing twice a day, flossing once a day, and keeping up on your twice-a-year dental exams and cleanings.