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Dental Crowns

A broken, decayed, or infected tooth can lead to painful side effects. Without treatment, you may even require a tooth extraction.

Porcelain crowns can repair tooth damage and improve the appearance of your smile with natural-looking results.

Our dentists in Layton, Murray, Lehi, and Bountiful, UT, can place a dental crown to eliminate your pain and enhance your smile.

Don't Live in Dental Pain

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Waiting to treat your damaged or infected tooth can lead to further issues and even tooth extraction. Our Utah-based dentists can place a porcelain crown to fix tooth damage. Our crowns look, feel, and function just like your natural teeth. If you are in pain or suffering from a damaged tooth, contact our practice today to learn more about our dental crown options at our offices in Bountiful, Layton, Murray, and Lehi, UT.

Great Results and a Comfortable Experience

"Though the thought of having one’s tooth prepped for a crown is an inherently harrowing prospect, Dr. Kershaw and Heidi made the actual experience far more bearable than imagined. They were both attuned to making the process as pleasant for me as possible and were flexible and accommodating to assure that I would not be stressed in any way. All went well and I’m now sporting a lovely temporary crown!"  Stubbs Dental patient Jill Howell

What Do Porcelain Crowns Look Like?

Dental crowns are tooth-shaped caps that cover the entire outer layer of a damaged tooth. They are made from strong, enamel-colored porcelain designed to protect your teeth from future damage.
While crowns can be made of a variety of substances, we find that porcelain produces the best cosmetic and functional results. Our crowns look virtually indistinguishable from natural teeth. 

Do Not Delay Another Day! Schedule Your Appointment Today

If you are unsure if you need to crown your tooth, contact Stubbs Dental for an appointment. It is important to seek treatment as soon as possible in order to save your tooth and prevent more extensive damage.  We will design a custom treatment plan to effectively restore your oral health.

Contact us today to make your appointment at one of our offices in Bountiful, Layton, Murray, and Lehi, Utah. You can contact us online or call:

(801) 305-4051

"I would recommend Stubs Dental to all my family and friends." Hundreds of 5-Star Google Reviews from Bountiful and Nearby Communities


John Erik Fonteles Oliveira


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From the front desk to the doctor everyone was attentive and interested on my questions and concerns. I left the office with no questions unanswered, and with a treatment plan that was well explained to me from begging to end.  I would recommend Stubs Dental to all my family and friends.

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Elwin Kershaw


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I had a wonderful visit at this office.   My experience could not have been better.  The front desk staff were professional and knowledgeable.  The hygienist did a great job with cleaning my teeth.  The dentist: Dr Kim Kershaw did a very through job of examining my teeth and reviewing my situation.  I would highly recommend this office.

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See the Difference Treatment Can Make 

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Our skilled restorative dentists ensure that your dental crown is virtually indistinguishable from your natural teeth. 

Do I Need a Dental Crown?

Porcelain dental crowns serve many purposes in both cosmetic and restorative dentistry. We often recommend porcelain crowns to patients who visit our Bountiful, Layton, Murray, and Lehi office locations for the following reasons:

A Weakened Tooth

A dental crown can support a weakened tooth structure to enhance the tooth's appearance and functionality and prevent further damage.

To Anchor Teeth

A dental crown can anchor bridgework to adjacent teeth to keep your restoration in place. This is a good option for people who are missing a tooth.

To Restore Appearance

A porcelain crown can restore the appearance of a misshapen, chipped, or discolored tooth. Once placed, it looks indistinguishable from your natural teeth.

To Cap a Tooth

A crown is a great way to cap or seal a tooth that has undergone a dental procedure like a root canal. The dental crown protects the remaining tooth structure and prevents further damage.

Improve Dental Function

A crown can cover a misshapen tooth to eliminate malocclusion, a bad bite. Malocclusion can lead to more severe dental problems like temporomandibular joint disorders (TMJ). 

The Types Of Dental Crowns

Temporary Crowns

While your permanent crowns are fabricated at our on-site lab, you will be fitted with temporary crowns. Temporary crowns are less durable than your permanent restorations, but they can protect your tooth until your permanent crown is ready. Temporary crowns are made to last between one and two weeks. 

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Permanent Crowns

Our permanent crowns are made with IPS e.max and zirconia porcelain to offer long-lasting and natural-looking results. These materials are highly durable and can be color matched to look indistinguishable from your natural teeth. With proper care, these porcelain crowns can last for more than 15 years. 

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Implant-Supported Crowns

You can restore your smile and your oral health with implant-supported crowns. While traditional dental crowns protect a damaged tooth, implant-supported crowns will actually replace a missing tooth altogether. Implant-supported crowns do more than just fill the gap in your smile. The dental implants act like tooth roots, preventing jawbone recession, maintaining your facial appearance, and securely supporting crowns. Several dentists at our Bountiful, Layton, Murray, and Lehi, UT, offices have training in dental implants and will be happy to discuss your candidacy at your next appointment.

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Dental implants are surgically placed into your jawbone and are a permanent solution to a missing tooth or teeth. They offer a sturdy base for any dental restoration while preventing jawbone atrophy or other oral health issues. While your crown may one day need replacing, your dental implant will last a lifetime. 

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Allison Hill


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I love the compassion and care that Dr Robinson and the entire team show me -- they know my concerns and do everything to eliminate them so I'm confident in their work and comfortable during my procedure

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Heather Weaver


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I am a patient that can not handle pain. Racheal was very caring and made sure I was comfortable . She is a very professional, easy going and friendly dental assistant. She worked very well with the Dentist and me. She made sure everything happened as it was supposed to. Thank you also to the hard working front office billing and scheduling staff of Stubbs Dental

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How Much Do Dental Crowns Cost? Affordable Treatment With Flexible Payment Options

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Our custom porcelain dental crowns start at $599. In most cases, your dental insurance will cover some if not all of your treatment expenses. We accept most major insurance plans and will work directly with your provider to maximize your benefits.

If you don't have insurance, do not worry. We happily accept low-interest financing through companies such as CareCredit® and LendingClub®, as well as several local credit unions. Treatment costs should never get in the way of your dental care, and our friendly staff will help you coordinate a payment plan that works for your budget. 

Dental Crown Timeline

The process for getting a custom porcelain dental crown at our offices in Bountiful, Layton, Lehi, and Murray, UT, can usually be completed in two appointments. Here is what you can expect during treatment:

Our dentists can provide sedation to help especially anxious patients stay relaxed throughout their procedure.
Our dentists can provide sedation to help especially anxious patients stay relaxed throughout their procedure.

Appointment and Design

One of our dentists will first examine your teeth to determine whether you need a dental crown. After developing an appropriate treatment plan, we will take several highly accurate molds that will be used to design and construct your custom restoration. If you'd like, we can show you how crowns fit on a model bite.

Tooth Preparation

After using either local anesthetic or sedation dentistry, our dentist will prepare your tooth by removing all bacteria and decay. This may require a root canal if an infection is present within the tooth's inner chamber. Our dentist will shape the outer layer of surface enamel to properly accommodate your crown.

Temporary Crown

We will fit your tooth with a temporary crown that you will wear while your permanent crown is created. Just be careful when eating, brushing, and flossing, as temporary crowns are not as durable as their permanent counterparts.


Our dentists will design the shape, color, and size of your dental crown so that it blends in seamlessly with your surrounding teeth. The designs are then taken to our in-house lab, where skilled technicians will craft your crown from solid porcelain.


During your second appointment, the temporary crown will be removed. Our dentists will clean your tooth once more before checking the appearance and fit of your permanent dental crown. Once satisfied, we will secure the restoration to your tooth with special dental cement.

Maintaining Your Porcelain Crown

Caring for porcelain crowns is actually quite easy. By following these simple tips, you can keep your restoration strong and functional for the next decade or more...

Be Mindful Of What You Eat

Avoid eating especially hard or sticky foods or chewing ice. These activities can damage and dislodge your dental crown. 

Practice Good Oral Hygiene

Make sure to practice good oral hygiene with regular brushing and flossing, just like you do for your natural teeth. Use a non-abrasive toothpaste to prevent scratching the porcelain.  

Attend Regular Check-Ups

During your biannual dental exam at our offices in Bountiful, Layton, Murray, and Lehi, our dentists can make sure that your crown is in good condition and providing the necessary protection. 

Minimize Wear

Patients that suffer from bruxism (teeth grinding) should consider wearing a night guard to avoid wearing down their dental crown. You should also refrain from habits like opening packages with your teeth and biting your nails. 

Frequently Asked Questions About Dental Crowns

Is getting a dental crown painful?

When performed by an experienced dentist like the dentists at Stubbs Dental, your crown procedure should be virtually painless. During tooth preparation, we use a local anesthetic to numb the area so you shouldn't feel any pain. If you are anxious about your treatment, talk with our dentists about sedation dentistry options.

Should I get a dental crown or veneers?

Dental crowns are the best option for a severely damaged tooth caused by trauma or decay. The remaining tooth structure will need to be protected to prevent further damage or infection. In that case, a dental crown will need to be placed.

Dental veneers are a great option for patients looking to cosmetically upgrade their smile. These patients should have little to no structural damage to their teeth and only be experiencing aesthetic issues.

Can my tooth still decay under a crown?

When not cared for properly, the tooth under a crown can still harbor bacteria, which can lead to a cavity. That is why it is crucial to maintain proper oral hygiene by brushing twice daily, flossing once daily, and coming in for routine cleanings every six months. Our dentists at our Bountiful, Layton, Murray, and Lehi, UT, locations can check your crown to ensure there is no damage and that the structure is healthy.

Can my dental crown be whitened?

Unfortunately, dental crowns, like any dental restoration, cannot be whitened. Your dentist can help you pick the right shade of crown that will match your teeth and leave you with a beautiful smile.

That said, contact our dental care offices if you want a whiter smile after your crowns have been placed. Our dentists can talk about our many cosmetic dentistry options and come up with a solution that best fits your cosmetic goals.

Get Started On Your New Smile

"I love this place. The Bountiful office is Amazing.
So clean and everyone is so Friendly.  From the minute i walked in they greeted me and made me feel so comfortable. Andrea did such a great job making sure that I was comfortable when I was in the room. She was always checking up on me to make sure I was okay. I highly recommend Stubb's Dental to all my Family and Friends❤️"
Aiulu Lautaimi (2022)
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Your smile is one of your greatest assets. Give it the dental care it deserves to stay beautiful and healthy for years to come. At Stubbs Dental Implant Center, our dentists have the training, technology, and services to treat your entire family's needs in one office. Our dentists are some of the most awarded in Utah, and their accomplishments include:  

  • Best of Salt City: Best Dentist, Best Cosmetic Dentist, Best Oral Suregon, Best Surgery Center 2022
  • Best of SLC: Best Dentist 2022
  • Best of SLC: Best Employer For Veterans 2022
  • City Weekly's: Best Company That Gives Back 2021
  • Best of Northern Utah: 2022, 2021, & 2020
  • Gephardt Approved
  • + Many More

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