Crowns & Fillings

Whether it’s a small cavity or a broken tooth, we can help you restore your smile with crowns and fillings. We use modern materials and techniques in a cozy home-like setting to best serve patients throughout the Dallas Fort Worth area.

New Crowns and Fillings for a Beautiful Smile

Did you know that 92% of adults have cavities? Restore injured or decayed teeth with crowns or fillings at Today Dental. Crowns are a common way to treat tooth decay, broken teeth, or root canals, or they’re a common part of dental implants after tooth extraction.

Crown Vs. Dental Filling

A crown is a piece of porcelain or other material used to replace external pieces of damaged or decayed teeth. A filling, on the other hand, consists of material used to fill in gaps inside the tooth after scraping out decayed areas.

Replace Dental Fillings

Sometimes, fillings need to be replaced. Each filling has a lifespan of about 10 years, so if it’s past that point, you may want to get your filling replaced. Our professionals can take care of that for you.

Dental Crowns Vs. Dental Implant Crowns

Many crowns are fitted to an existing tooth structure. A dental implant crown, on the other hand, is mounted on an implant, which replaces the entire tooth, roots and all. About 2-3 million implant-supported crowns are completed each year.

Dental Bonding Vs. Fillings

Fillings are most frequently used to fill in areas that have been damaged or lost to decay inside the tooth. Dental bonding, on the other hand, is intended to restore the physical shape of a broken or chipped tooth.

The Latest in Crown and Dental Filling Options

Today Dental offers the latest in crown, dental filling, and cavity treatment options. We’re a mercury-free practice, and we opt for composite resin fillings over amalgam.

Porcelain Crowns

Porcelain mimics the natural appearance of your teeth and offers a strong, attractive alternative to metal crowns. It’s also highly durable, lasting most patients 15 to 20 years!

Zirconia Dental Crowns

Zirconia dental crowns are becoming more and more common, offering more strength and durability without using metal. According to studies, they’re also the least likely to crack or split.

Drilling-Free Cavity Treatments

We offer drilling-free cavity treatments, including laser cavity filling, resin infiltration, and silver diamine fluoride.

Nervous About Your Dental Visit? Don’t Be!

Today Dental is committed to providing the utmost comfort and care to each of our patients. Our offices are designed to be reminiscent of home, with plenty of home decor and friendly staff members to match!

Each procedure room offers complete privacy, comfortable dental chairs, and TVs with headphone connectivity. A children’s play area provides a safe place for your kids to pass the time while you or another family member gets a new crown or filling.

Worried about pain? We have many sedation options, including needle-free anesthesia such as Nitrous Oxide and oral sedation.

At Today Dental, we’re transforming dentistry—the way it should be!

Services We Offer

In addition to dental crowns and fillings, we offer many other services, including:

Give us a call to book your appointment at one of Today Dental’s locations!


If you’re not seeing the question you’re looking for, don’t hesitate to give us a call. We look forward to chatting and getting to know you.

Crowns and fillings usually last at least several years, but some options are more durable than others:

  • Zirconia crowns: 10-15 years
  • Porcelain crowns: 5-15 years
  • Metal crowns: 10 years
  • Dental fillings: about 10 years

Veneers can be made of many different materials, but they may not last as long as crowns since they are usually thinner.

Fillings and crowns vary in cost, with crowns ranging from $800 to $2,500 each. Porcelain and zirconia crowns tend to be a little pricier, but mimic the natural appearance of your teeth better than metal. The average tooth filling is much cheaper, ranging from $50 to $250 per tooth.

Some dental crowns, such as zirconia, can be completed in a single visit, whereas porcelain crowns require a temporary crown and two visits.

In most cases, crowns are covered since they are a traditional method for treating tooth decay.

Each of our staff members wears one orange shoe and one blue shoe in honor of Scottish Rite, a foundation that donated funds to help one of our doctors’ children. Since then, our practice has given back to Scottish Rite with active support.

Find a branch near you today

We operate 10 different clinics across the Dallas / Fort Worth area. This means that, wherever you are in the Metroplex, great care is never too far away. And because we’re family-owned and operated, you can count on us to provide the compassionate care you require at prices you can afford.