Patients with tooth decay and structural damage often have painful side effects that make it difficult to eat and speak comfortably.
Dr. Robert Arbuckle can restore your oral health and comfort and protect your tooth from future damage with a natural-looking dental crown.
Why is crown treatment so important for patients of our Wilton, CT, dental practice?
Why Patients Choose Us "He cares about his patients!"
Took me a lifetime to find a great dentist to actually enjoy going to. I will not dare go anywhere else. Always a great experience from the positive vibe of the professionals at the front and great care by each hygienist. Dr Rob also finds the best options for you always. He cares about his patients! Been going here for a few years strong and more to come! Makes my 40 minute commute worth it!View On Google
From the start to the finish, my first visit to Wilton Dental Care was precisely what I had hoped for. The staff are efficient and friendly; the dental assistant and hygienist were both well-versed in their skills and gentle. Dr. Arbuckle has put together a wonderful team and I can tell he leads by example. I am recommending them to my family, friends, and anyone who wants an excellent dentist!View On Google
If you have a dental issue, do not delay treatment!
The Sooner We See You, The Better!
While most problems affecting the teeth are treatable, you should make an appointment with our dentist right away. If you leave the tooth alone, the condition will likely worsen until extraction is the only option. Don't risk your natural tooth when proactive restorative dentistry is simple. In just two appointments, we can fix the damage, enhance your smile, and restore your oral health.
Take A Closer Look at The Procedure
Our Wilton practice crafts high-quality porcelain and zirconia dental crowns made to fit the precise definitions of your tooth.
Your Treatment Timeline
Here is what you can expect during your dental treatment at our Wilton practice:
Your custom-made permanent crown will be ready in approximately one week.
If you need an implant-supported crown, your treatment timeline will look much different. Dental implants involve a surgical procedure to place the posts before you can restore the tooth. If you want to learn more about implant dentistry at our Wilton office, you find details on our website or send us a message — we will get back to you shortly.
How Much Does a Dental Crown Cost?
To help make necessary treatment more affordable, Wilton Dental Care gladly accepts most types of insurance. As long as your dental crown is for health purposes and not simply cosmetic dentistry, your insurance plan will likely cover a portion of the costs.
If you are worried about out-of-pocket costs, we also offer flexible financing through CareCredit®. You can speak to our financial coordinator if you would like assistance developing a payment plan that works for you.
5-Star Reviews From Our Satisfied Patients
On every level, from making appointments to insurance issues, to Dr. Arbuckle’s expertise and warm chairside manner, I think you’d be hard-pressed to find a better provider, not just in Wilton but probably in all of Fairfield County, and beyond. I can say with confidence that my teeth are in good hands at Wilton Dental Care.View On Google
The office is lovely, the staff are friendly, and the overall experience was very pleasant. The hygienist and dentist provided expert care. They also have early morning hours to accommodate a variety of work schedules.View On Google