Kansas City Dental Crowns

Healthy gums, happy smiles

Comprehensive care for healthy gums

Are you dealing with tooth decay or damage? Our Kansas City dental crowns could be the perfect solution for your dental problems. Dental crowns are a widely used treatment that can restore your smile’s aesthetics, functionality, and overall health.


At Sparks Precision Dental, we offer durable and lifelike dental crowns. Reach out to us today at (816) 587-6444 to request an appointment and explore whether a dental crown is the ideal solution for your dental needs.

Our dental crowns treatment

At Sparks Precision Dental, we understand that your smile is as unique as you are, and that’s why we provide a personalized solution to suit your individual needs and desires. Our range of dental crown options includes:


Gold Crowns

Known for their durability and longevity, gold crowns are an excellent choice for those seeking a long-lasting solution.


Porcelain Crowns

Porcelain crowns offer a natural and aesthetically pleasing appearance, making them popular for enhancing your smile.


Porcelain Fused to Metal Crowns

Combining the strength of metal with the lifelike appearance of porcelain, these crowns strike a balance between durability and aesthetics.


E-Max Crowns

E-Max (lithium disilicate) crowns are highly regarded for their exceptional strength and lifelike appearance, making them a great option for those who prioritize both aesthetics and durability.


Zirconium Crowns

Zirconium crowns are known for their remarkable strength and biocompatibility, ensuring a robust and safe dental solution.

One of our experienced dentists will discuss these alternatives with you, guiding you toward the best choice for your unique needs and preferences. Your smile deserves nothing less than a solution that’s perfectly tailored to you.


Contact us at (816) 587-6444 for an extraordinary dental experience!

FAQs about dental crowns

How long do dental crowns typically last?

Most dental crowns last 5-15 years if they receive proper care and maintenance. Regular brushing, flossing, and routine dental check-ups are essential to extend the longevity of your crown.

Is a dental implant necessary before getting a crown?

Dental implants are required when replacing a missing tooth, as they provide a sturdy foundation for attaching a crown. If you’re looking to restore a damaged or misshapen tooth or have undergone a root canal, your dentist will assess whether your crown can be affixed directly to the affected tooth.

How should I maintain my crowns for longevity?

To ensure the durability of your crowns, it’s crucial to care for them just like your natural teeth. This involves brushing twice daily with fluoride toothpaste, daily flossing, and staying on schedule with regular preventive dental appointments.

Is the dental crown procedure uncomfortable?

At our offices, we prioritize your comfort during the dental crown procedure. Our team will regularly check in with you to ensure you’re at ease throughout the process.

What's the best way to preserve the health of my dental crowns?

Maintaining the health of your dental crowns is akin to looking after your natural teeth. This involves adhering to regular oral hygiene practices, including brushing, flossing, and keeping up with biannual cleanings and check-ups.

How long can I expect a porcelain crown to last?

With diligent at-home care and routine exams and cleanings, a porcelain crown can last for 15 years or even longer.

More questions?

We’re happy to help. Give us a call at (816) 587-6444.

We’re Kid-Friendly!

The whole family is welcome here. We offer excellent treatment for all ages. Kids love our enthusiastic team, gentle approach, and our friendly office pup, Gizmo!

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Take it from our patients

 $69 Emergency Appointment

Are you experiencing discomfort due to tooth decay? Swift relief is within reach. Our $69 new patient visit includes any necessary X-rays and a limited dental exam. We’ll outline the dental services you need to address your concerns and get you feeling better.