Dental Crown Sioux Falls

Affordable Dental Crowns In Sioux Falls

Crowns are a common dental procedure that most people will experience by the time they are 35 years old unless you are one of those lucky ones who avoided getting cavities in your teens and twenties. Our cosmetic dentist in Sioux Falls offers crowns to repair a poorly damaged tooth function. If tooth decay, old failed fillings, and cracks make up more than 50% of the width of a tooth & it requires a crown. With a dental crown in Sioux Falls, you get to preserve your tooth, it’s not a fake tooth but instead a covering or artificial enamel for your tooth. You could think of a crown like a cast you would get for a broken bone. The only difference is the bone will heal, and the cast comes off in about six weeks. The tooth will not repair on its own so a crown will always be required. Deciding when a crown is needed can be tough. As Sioux Falls cosmetic dentists, we want to conserve as much enamel and natural tooth structure as possible while also avoiding any breakage that would need pulling of the tooth. We work together with our patients through our many diagnostic procedures to help make the best decision for each case.

Crowns For a Beautiful Smile

Crowns can be made out of a few different materials each with its advantage. They can be gold as it is still one of the most comfortable and longest-lasting options. They can be of porcelain which is the most popular choice because we can make it in one appointment, and the result is a tooth that looks like a natural tooth. Dental crowns in Sioux Falls can also be made out of a combination of a metal substructure with a porcelain covering, called a PFM. I’m sure you have seen someone smile, and they have a white tooth that stands out because it is opaque, and then you notice a dark black or purple line along the gums, that is a PFM. I have talked with a bunch of patients who are afraid to get a crown because they don’t want their teeth to look fake like the PFM can. No need to worry, our cosmetic dentist has been making all-porcelain crowns with the use of CAD/CAM technology in our dental office in Sioux Falls for nearly a decade now. Same-day crowns in Sioux Falls are not new, they have been around for 20 years, but only 10% of offices have invested in this cutting-edge technology.


What Are Bridges?

Bridge work is similar to a crown in that it can be made of the same materials, and similar preparation is made to the teeth. The primary reason for getting a bridge is to replace a missing tooth. The missing tooth is replaced with a fake tooth that is held in place by crowns on either side. Bridgework can look very natural, aid in chewing, and prevent other teeth from shifting into the gap left when the old tooth was lost. Bridgework stays in your mouth, unlike removable partials. Having the bridge stay in makes it easy for the patient to chew but also makes cleaning more of a challenge. We will be glad to show you the best ways to clean your bridge so you can enjoy a healthy smile for many years to come.


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Cosmetic Dentist Sioux Falls
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What Our Patients Say About Us

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Casey Hanna
Casey Hanna
I’m new to the area and was in need of a new dentist and I am so happy I found them. I was nervous about finding a new dentist because I have been going to the same dentist since I was a little kid but I am so happy I did. My hygienist was so nice and didn’t shame me for not flossing but instead gave me tips and tricks for making my oral care routine more effective. Dr. Nicole and her staff staff are truly amazing, kind, professional, and make you feel so welcomed in their office.
Aug 24, 2022
I had not been to the dentist for a long time and decided to give them a shot. The staff were friendly but I felt like I was being up-sold on things. Not the vibe I want from a health care provider. They did a deep clean and filled 4 cavities. I have great insurance but it was still very expensive. Now here’s the part that made me take the time to write a review on here: During my follow up appointment, about 1 month after the cavities were filled, they told me I had 2 more cavities that needed to be filled. I was suspicious because of the up-selling so I went to another dentist for a second opinion. They said I didn’t have any more cavities. These people were about to drill holes in my perfectly good teeth just to charge me more. This goes beyond bad business practices into the realm of disgusting dishonesty. Completely unethical.
Aug 12, 2022
Todd W Schumacher
Todd W Schumacher
First, let me say I am not a fan of ANY dentist and yes it may go to the point of FEAR. Which is why I have avoided D-D&S for several years. Unfortunately, I lost a filling and I am not even sure when it fell out nor does that matter. I had slight pain for a week or so prior to calling the office but when I called I was in SEVERE PAIN, which I informed the receptionist(Kathy) upon making my call for an immediate appointment. "Both dentists are with patients at this time, but you can come in forty minutes.", was the reply I received. I tried to grit my teeth through the forty and lasted about thirty, which seemed fine since they had paperwork for me upon arrival. I expressed my need to be seen and again I was waiting, waiting in extreme pain. When escorted back to an exam room, X-rays were administered showing the cause of my pain, an open nerve and a tooth that required a visit to an endodontist for a root canal. However, the dentist(Dr. Z.), was paged and didn't arrive to my exam room for several more minutes of severe pain; I know because I was visited by the dental assistant twice during my wait. Once again I complained about my discomfort and was given a medicated swab to bite down on in an attempt to relieve some of the pain. Finally Dr. Z. appeared with medication in injection form which did numb it. They were nice enough at DD&S to make me an appointment with Dr. Homer and he did a stand-up job at fixing the root canal issue. I wish I could leave it as a zero star rating but a one star rating is as low as GOOGLE will allow. IF you read this entire posting know that I am not against all dentists, Dr. Homer actually did a super job, was professional when he called to check on me the evening of the procedure; ending the call with comfort by telling me that the number he was calling from was his private cell number. I am not planning on visiting DD&S EVER in the future nor would I recommend that ANY friends or family visit Designer Dentistry and Smiles of Sioux Falls EVER in their future either. I believe my review speaks for itself and others should be allowed to read about my experience. Thanks for reading. Todd Schumacher
Dec 01, 2022
Glen Eeten
Glen Eeten
I’m always happy with the results of my dental work. My questions are always answered in a way that I feel is professional and educational. 08/23/22 I’m adding that Tiffany listened to me when she asked if I wanted is a little gift bag and I said oh yes especially dental floss! I got home and there were two dental flosses in the bag. I am a frequent flyer at Designer Dentistry. I always feel that they’re keeping my best interest in mind. Cassie gives me her opinion and I value it! Today I had Dr. Z and I’m as happy with her as I am with Dr. Nicole. 1/9/23 I continue to feel heard, supported and educated by Designer Dentistry. I trust their expertise and appreciate their professionalism.
Jan 10, 2023
Andrew Stanga
Andrew Stanga
Comfortable, clean, informative, great dental staff. My wife had a pleasure going to the dentist today! Dr. Z was amazing!
Nov 08, 2022

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Our practice accepts most major insurance plans. Our team is knowledgeable about dental insurance, too, so we're happy to file and track your claims for you to ensure that you're getting the most out of your benefits. We just ask that you bring your insurance card to each appointment, so we can make sure your information is as up-to-date as possible.


Designer Dentistry & Smiles

6100 W. 41st St. Sioux Falls, SD 57106

Monday - 9AM-5:30PM
Tuesday - 7:30AM-4:30PM
Wednesday - 7:30AM-4PM
Thursday - 7:30AM-4PM
Friday To Sunday - Closed