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Restoration for damaged or worn teeth

Crowns tend to be quite expensive and therefore individuals are increasingly looking to other destinations to cut down the cost.  In addition there have been several advances in the field with newer porcelain crowns offering a better cosmetic appearance and only requiring a single visit.

What are Dental Crowns?

A crown is a cap that typically completely covers a single tooth and adds strength, stability and durability to an otherwise weakened structure. It can be made out of gold or ceramic and is typically fitted by a dentist in one or two visits. Crowns tend to be expensive with US pricing ranging from $600 to $3,000 dollar and are therefore one of the more common treatment sought by dental tourists.

You might need a crown if:

  • If a lot of your tooth has decayed and there isn't enough tooth structure to fill in the same way that small cavities are filled
  • A large section of your tooth has fractured off
  • You have a large cavity and are opting for the addition protection that a crown offers against fracture and decay
  • You have implants and are opting for crowns to be fitted
  • If you have had a root canal on one of your rear teeth then a crown is typically required to strengthen the tooth
  • If you want a better smile but veneers/implants are not appropriate
  • Grinding or acid erosion has significantly reduced the tooth
What is the procedure like?

The tooth in question needs to be prepared by stripping off the entire top covering (enamel) of the tooth where the crown is to be fitted. It should be noted that this process is not reversible.  From this point on, the procedure differs greatly according to the type of crown being fitted. In the instance of gold crowns, a mould is taken and sent to a laboratory so that the crown can be manufactured. This can take anywhere from days to weeks, so a second visit is required for the crown to be fitted. Your dentist should supply you with a temporary crown or ‘flipper’ for you to wear in the interim. Certain ceramic crowns can be made in the dentist’s surgery and fitted in a single visit.

What different types exist?

Full gold crowns – Although called full gold these are normally an alloy of various metals. Check with your dentist that the ‘gold’ they are using contains at least 75% noble metal. Gold crowns are typically made by taking a wax impression and having the crown fabricated in a laboratory and then fitted in a latter visit.  As gold crowns require at least two visits to a dentist, many dental tourist opt for ceramic varieties, however it should be noted that many dentist still regard full gold crowns as being superior in the long terms.

Porcelain fused to Metal Crowns – In order to achieve a more natural look on visible teeth, porcelain can be fused to metal crowns.  This is a different process to full gold crowns as more of the original tooth needs to be removed in order to make space for the porcelain. Although gold can be used normally, a different metal alloy is used because of the intense heat of the fabrication process. The latest and most expensive material used is circoniumoxide.  

Porcelain Crowns - There are two main types of porcelain crown. The traditional variety is felspathic and is created in a lab making porcelain. The newer type is created by a single ingot and can be created by specialised equipment in the dentist’s surgery.  This makes porcelain crowns particularly attractive to the dental tourist as they can be completed in a single visit.

Procera (Alumina or zironia) – Procera AllCeram is a brand name for natural looking crown created by covering a alumina or zironia core with ceramic.  The crown is created by computer- aided manufacturing rather than the traditional casting process. Studies by Procera have shown a very high success rate over 5 and 10 years.

CERAC – Is the current leader in computer aided crown manufacture in the US. The crown is created out of ceramic and rather than being fabricated in a laboratory, it is build in specialized (and expensive) equipment in the Dentist’s surgery. This can result in crowns being fitted in a single visit.

What affects the price?

There are a huge number of factors that determine the price. It is important when you are comparing prices, you are comparing like with like.  Look for details like:

  • The type of crown you are getting
  • Is a pin required to anchor the crown?
  • Is root canal work required?
  • Additional work that may need to be performed
Price Comparison

Price lists should always be viewed with caution as many factors can increase or decrease the resulting price. The follow table gives some indicative costs for crowns across the world:


US $1325 €1000 £905
UK $795 €600 £545
Hungary $360 €270 £245
Poland $300 €225 £205
Belgium $1060 €800 £725
Mexico $185 €140 £125
Costa Rica $290 €220 £200
Thailand $380 €285 £260

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4.8 / 5  Outstanding
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Clear Braces - Clane

(045) 810 077 Clane General Hospital, Clane
Dental Crowns €900  -  €1200
A porcelain crown is used to completely cover a weakened, damaged or cracked tooth above the gum line and protect it.  Here at Dental Options we provide a lifetime guarantee for all of our crown/veneer and bridge work.  If the porcelain unit fractures or brakes itwill be replaced free of charge.
5.0 / 5  Outstanding
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Dr. Brian Hickey

076 680 1154 Trinity House, 7 Georges Quay, Cork
Rating from 13 Reviews Looking forward to having a nice clean smile againKim, Ireland, 22 Oct 15

Antibiotic for gum infection and scheduled an appointment for filings and a scaling next week. Very fast appointment and cheap too which is always a bonus these days. Looking forward to having a nice clean smile again So far so good. Both dentist and dental nurse were very welcoming and friendly. Practice looked clean and up to date with lots if different reading materials available while you wait. Although I wasn't waiting long at all. Over all lovely dentist

I would highly recommend Dr. HickeyEimear, Cork, 22 Sep 16

I for years had a fear of dentists but Dr. Hickey made me feel completely at ease and talked me through every step. I would highly recommend Dr. Hickey.

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Dental Crowns €650  -  €850
4.7 / 5  Outstanding
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Flynns Dental Care

076 680 5297 7 Cathair Danann, North Circular Road, Tralee
Rating from 17 Reviews Would recommend to anyone!Liz, Ireland, 19 Jun 16

As someone who doesn't really enjoy the prospect of visiting the dentist, Hannah made me feel totally at ease, she explained throughout the process what she was doing. I had to get two fillings and it was over really quickly. No pain or discomfort whatsoever. Would recommend to anyone! Pain free!

Best dentist I ever hadStevie, Listowel., 07 Jul 15

I have had a tooth pulled, and I have other teeth filled a few times and I never felt a thing. It was the most relaxed treatment I ever got. The best dentist I ever had and went to. Nice staff there Great Staff. I am always relaxed going into the clinic. Great treatment and never feel a thing. Great Dentist. I was always nervous going to the dentist but I am not anymore as I now go to the dentist.

Crown From €800
Crowns can be used on single or multiple teeth to help create a beautiful smile.  They are used to close gaps, straighten crooked teeth, disguise severely discoloured teeth and repair chipped or worn teeth.
4.7 / 5  Outstanding
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O'Connor Moore Dental Practice

076 680 1055 Wine Street, Sligo
Rating from 23 Reviews Exceptionally caring and professionalJane, Ireland, 08 Jan 16

I chose this clinic on recommendation from a friend. I had ongoing issues with fillings and crowns. I found O'Connor Moore to be the most competitive price wise and also exceptionally caring and professional. A very professional and caring practice. The girls on reception are lovely and make you feel at ease from the moment you arrive. The standard of hygiene is exceptional as is the state of the art equipment. I was advised throughout my treatment of what was happening and why and was constantly reassured by Dr Moore and the nursing staff. I would highly recommend O’Connor Moore Dental Practice to anyone.

Dental Crowns €650  -  €850
4.0 / 5  Very Good
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Dr. Liam Ó Droma, B.D.S., N.U.I. - Dublin

2 Radharc an Oileáin, Harbour Road, Howth
Rating from 16 Reviews Always felt like I was making progressJohn, Dublin, 25 Sep 15

I had a narrow palate with a cross-bite and Liam first widened the palate with an expander and then the teeth were aligned with clear retainers. It was done over the course of a year and I always felt like I was making progress. Liam is very knowledgeable and you feel like you're in good hands. The treatment was first class and the plan was explained clearly as were any questions I had along the way. I also felt comfortable asking any questions that I had in relation to the treatment. All of the staff are also very friendly and helpful.

Dental Crowns €470  -  €770
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Dr. Liam Ó Droma, B.D.S., N.U.I. - Galway

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4.3 / 5  Excellent
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Ratoath Dental Centre

(01) 525 5355 The Well Road, Ratoath
Rating from 5 Reviews Excellent service providedMichele, Co Meath, 18 Feb 14

I had a consultation today and was very pleased with the excellent service provided. All the staff are very friendly and helpful. The examination was very thorough and I will be returning for treatment in 3 weeks. Overall extremely satisfied .

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How much does a crown cost?  From € 550 depending on the material used. This is tax allowable. A crown is a protective outer shell or cover that fits over the remaining part of a prepared tooth, making it strong and giving it the shape of a natural tooth. A crown (sometimes known as a cap) is used where teeth are badly decayed or broken, or where a tooth is very heavily filled and may lack strength. The tooth is prepared, any decay removed and restored and an impression is then taken. A dental technician then precisely fabricates a crown to fit snugly over the prepared tooth. 
4.4 / 5  Excellent
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Crescent Dental

(061) 639 251 Dooradoyle House, Dooradoyle Road, Limerick
Rating from 14 Reviews Delivered exactly what I wantedRedmond, Ireland, 17 Jul 15

Attended Sinead Brennan at Crescent Dental for restorative work. Sinead was magnificent, I am so pleased with the outcome. From the very first consultation Sinead listened to what I wanted to achieve and delivered exactly what I wanted. I could not recommend Sinead highly enough. Committed and dedicated to her profession who talked me through the entire process step by step and advised what would be done at the next appointment. Well done.

I have very sensitive gums so I was delighted with the pain free experience!Amber, Ireland, 12 Oct 16

Went for teeth cleaning appointment, I have very sensitive gums so I was delighted with the pain free experience! Lovely clinic, friendly staff and great selection of magazines!

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Dental Crowns €500  -  €850
*At Crescent Dental our preference is to recommend either all porcelain crowns or porcelain bonded to white gold crowns, both of which are of the highest quality and longest lasting. On occasion a tooth may have significant damage which can not be repaired using a filling. As we recommended retaining the natural tooth where possible a patient can consider the option of crowning a tooth. This involves placing a crown over the damaged tooth. There are many different types of crowns and at Crescent Dental our preference is to recommended either all porcelain crowns or porcelain bonded to white gold crowns, both of which are of the highest quality and longest lasting. All crowns look like natural teeth once complete and are matched to your own dentition. If a tooth has been previously root treated it is often necessary to increase the strength of the tooth by placing a fitting called a post and core in the tooth. These posts improve the strenght and durability of the restored tooth. It is our policy to use laboratory fabricated white gold posts for the best clinical results.
3.7 / 5  Very Good
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Colm Smith

(049) 389 3012 51 Market Street, Cootehill, Cavan
Rating from 15 Reviews No messing aboutS.C, Ireland, 25 Jun 15

Tooth extraction and no messing about. The tooth was loose had xray and the only option was an extraction. Chris the dentist was very gentle and would have no hesitations in recommending him. He explained the reasons why it had to be extracted and what after care he recommended. Chose this clinic as it was convenient and easy parking and been to the clinic in Cootehill. The staff in the clinic in Monaghan were excellent, Paula the receptionist was so lovely and helpful and Chris and Andrea were very professional and made you feel at ease and explained everything to you and I would definitely recommend this clinic. The clinic is child friendly and the waiting area is bright and fresh. Another bonus was the time keeping was excellent and I was seen on time and I feel if they keep the time slots right and keep the approach they have things should go very well. Customer from Monaghan

Put me completely at easeGeraldine, Ireland, 12 Jul 15

Very fast & efficient treatment. Dr Chris Bell as well as being an excellent surgeon, is an absolute gentleman & put me completely at ease. It only took him about 1 minute to extract my upper Wisdom tooth & I was in the dentist chair for 15 minutes tops! Lucia & all the dental nurse staff that assisted me were so kind & helpful. They were so good in accommodating me to be able to see Dr Bell on the day of my visit which meant I did not have to complete another 1 hr 15 mins to get my Wisdom tooth extracted. I could not speak highly enough of them or Dr Bell & I would have no hesitations in recommending their services!

Dental Crowns €350  -  €690
8 other locations in Ireland for Colm Smith.

Colm Smith Dental

(01) 525 5342 ext: 30464 Plantation Road, Monaghan, Monaghan

Aoife Kerr

(049) 389 3008 51 Market Street, Cootehill, Cavan

Chris Williamson

(049) 389 3011 51 Market Street, Cootehill, Cavan

Mark Kelly

076 888 6155 51 Market Street, Cootehill, Cavan
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Patrick Street Dental

(01) 525 5342 ext: 35803 Nicholas House, Patrick Street, Dublin, Dublin 8
Patrick Dental is modern state-of-the-art dental practice in the heart of Dublin. - Full range of modern dental treatments- Friendly pricing and payment plans. Our exclusive treatments: - Professional dental hygiene treatment with Ozonytron™ cold plasma -  painless gum disinfection (from 50, euro)- High aesthetic crowns (from 190, euro)- Implantation with immediately fixed bridge- Non-surgical painless periodontitis treatment with Ozonytron™ cold plasma machine...
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3.5 / 5  Good
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Vard Dental

(01) 901 0176 ext: 64814 235 Rochestown Avenue, Dun Laoghaire, Co Dublin
Rating from 2 Reviews Very competitively pricedRosemary, Ireland, 18 Mar 11

David Vard was recommended to me by a few people. All good, pain managed immediately, treatment that worked, friendly and considerate. Very competitively priced without compromise....

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4.2 / 5  Excellent
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Allcare Dental

(01) 525 5342 ext: 33034 Unit 5 Seagrave Square, Castle Street, Ashbourne, A84X896
Rating from 1 Review Extremely happy with the service I received and the staff are fantasticAegina, Ireland, 14 Dec 16

I recently required one filling and a clean & polish completed over 2 visits. Totally put at ease and pain free. Extremely happy with the service I received and the staff are fantastic.

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4.6 / 5  Outstanding
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Gate Clinic

(01) 901 0176 ext: 63038 Dock Road, Galway, 40213
Rating from 12 Reviews they saved my life it was magor work i couldent recomend paul any higherjohn, Ireland, 01 Aug 16

i needed to get the somnewell device fitted am i glad i picked paul becaus dentists were a group id avoided for my 40 adult years bewteen him and ian they saved my life it was magor work i couldent recomend paul any higher there was a list of somnewell dentists as i said i was lucky to pick the gate its a clean professional clinic his staff are very niceand all was explained in advance and you get reminders by text

Dental Crowns €700  -  €1100
Where damage to a persons teeth is extreme, and apparently beyond repair, we may consider porcelain or porcelain "pasted on gold" crowns  to restore the damaged teeth. This traditional technique is still often used and extremely reliable for repairing the most severe of dental problems, even permanently replacing missing teeth to offer a complete smile and a functional bite.
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