Dental Crowns in Cyprus

Are you experiencing challenges with damaged or unsightly teeth

Yes, teeth that are weakened, cracked, or severely decayed can benefit from the protection, strength, and aesthetic improvement provided by a dental crown!


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Dental Crowns - FAQ

What are the three types of dental crowns?
  1. Porcelain-fused-to-metal (PFM) crowns: These crowns have a metal base covered with porcelain. They offer durability and a natural appearance, blending well with surrounding teeth.
  2. All-ceramic or all-porcelain crowns: These crowns are entirely made of ceramic or porcelain material. They provide excellent aesthetics and are suitable for front and back teeth due to their natural-looking appearance.
  3. Zirconia crowns: These dental crowns made from zirconium dioxide, a very durable type of ceramic. They are used to restore damaged or decayed teeth, offering both functional and aesthetic benefits.


Whether dental crowns are worth the money depends on various factors, including the individual’s oral health needs, budget, and personal preferences. It usually depends on functionality, aesthetic, longevity, cost or whether can be covered by your insurance.  Some dental insurance plans may cover a portion of the cost of dental crowns, making them more affordable for patients. It’s essential to check with your insurance provider to understand your coverage. At the moment GESY (the national health system) doesn’t cover such cost.

Dental crowns can restore the function of a damaged or decayed tooth, improving biting and chewing capabilities. If a crown is necessary to preserve the tooth’s structure and prevent further damage, it may be considered worth the investment.

Crowns can enhance the appearance of a tooth by restoring its shape, size, and color. For individuals concerned about the cosmetic aspect of their smile, investing in a crown for improved aesthetics may be worthwhile.

Dental crowns are durable and can last for many years with proper care. If the crown’s lifespan aligns with the individual’s long-term oral health goals, it may be considered a worthwhile investment.

How much does the average crown cost per tooth?

The cost of dental crowns can vary depending on factors such as the type of crown, materials used, and location. While crowns may require a significant upfront investment, they can provide long-term benefits that may outweigh the initial cost.

The lifespan of a dental crown can vary depending on several factors, including the type of crown, oral hygiene practices, and the individual’s overall oral health. On average, dental crowns can last anywhere from 5 to 15 years or more.

Why might someone consider placing dental crowns?

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