Last fact-checked: 5 October 2022
Dental crowns in Denpasar fix various issues, such as cracks and chips. If you need to restore cracked or broken teeth, undergoing this type of dental restoration in Bali’s capital can save you a fortune compared to prices back home.
Denpasar is the capital of Bali, Indonesia, which is one of Southeast Asia's most-visited holiday destinations, particularly with Aussies and Kiwis.
Tourists around the globe flock to this paradise thanks to its stunning beaches, majestic volcanic scenery, ancient temples and cheap cost of living —with many backpackers and budget travelers finding it possible to spend a whole month exploring the island for as much as a week's holiday elsewhere.
The tropical weather is perfect for sunbathing and water activities. Aside from the beaches nearby, Denpasar is the best place to shop in Bali. Local shops display a wide array of Balinese handicrafts, including artwork, textiles, and pottery so you can make the most of your trip while having that long-overdue crown for a discounted price.
A dental crown is a dental restoration used to cover a damaged tooth. A crown is also used to:
Crowns are made from various materials, such as stainless steel, metal, porcelain fused to metal, all resin, all-porcelain/ceramic, and zirconia or milled crown.
Stainless steel is commonly used for children’s teeth as a temporary measure due to the fact that it’s cheaper and requires minimal trips to the clinic.
However, for adults, your dentist will discuss the merits of each material available for the crown and make recommendations based on your individual needs.
In brief, the process involves an examination, impressions, preparation of the tooth and then finally the placement of the crown.
On your initial visit, the dentist will examine your teeth, including the surrounding bone. Depending on the extent of damage, the dentist may recommend a root canal treatment to restore the teeth before placing a crown.
The dentist will begin the process by numbing the tooth and gum tissue using local anesthesia. The tooth surface is trimmed to make room for your crown. Then your dentist will make impressions of your teeth and forward this to the laboratory for processing. On your next visit, the crown will be fitted and placed over the tooth. Same-day crowns are available if your clinic has an on-site lab using the latest CAD/CAM technologies.
Crowns in Denpasar cost around AUD $423 (NZD $445.00; US $324.00; CAD $426.00; UK £254.00; Eur €290.00).
This is compared to $1,580 in Australia (NZD $,1680; US $1200; CAD $1,600 UK £970; Eur €1078). Do note here that the price depends on the type of material you choose and the technology used.
For three of the finest Denpasar clinics you can visit on your next trip to Bali (and book an appointment with through Dental Departures), please see the list below:
Crowns at the best clinics in Denpasar are made of top-quality materials. Dentists in Denpasar create crowns that are well-fitted and natural-looking. In making dental restoration like crowns, our background-checked dentists comply with health and safety standards, such as those stipulated by the International Standards Organization.
To ensure the quality of treatment, Dental Departures conducts a review of every single clinic listed on our site. These quality checks include on-site visits, quality surveys, real patient reviews, and dental license verification, giving our patients peace of mind that their treatment will be on a par with the standards they’d expect at home.
You can schedule an appointment online, at no charge, for your crowns in Denpasar at any of these clinics. Feel free to browse clinic photos, check out dentist profiles, read real patient reviews and compare prices before you book—or get in touch with our Customer Care Team.
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International Standards Organization http://www.iso.org/iso/home.html