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Kennewick Dental Crowns

Your smile deserves royal treatment

High-quality tooth protection

Your teeth go through a lot, and sometimes, they can get severely damaged. Whether it’s due to decay, fractures, or serious cracks, damaged teeth need a sturdy cap that fixes and shields them from further damage. 

Porcelain crowns do just that — by covering the visible area of a damaged tooth, they protect it and restore its shape, size, and function, allowing you to eat, speak, and smile with ease.

If you have a:

  • Broken, cracked, or severely worn tooth
  • Missing tooth
  • Tooth that has had/needs root canal treatment
  • An untreated cavity

Our Kennewick dental crowns may be just what your smile needs. Book an appointment online with Dr. Holmes or call (509) 783-2067.


Resistant, low-maintenance, and can last for decades


Each crown is tailor-made to your unique smile


Made of top-quality materials, they look and feel great

Restore Function

Eat and speak normally — you’ll forget you have a dental restoration

New to Holmes Dental?

Find out what we can do to improve your smile.

Dental crowns at Holmes Dental

During your visit, our Kennewick dental crowns dentist will:

  • Examine your oral health carefully
  • Create a treatment plan that meets your needs
  • Ensure a pleasant and efficient treatment
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How much do dental crowns cost?

Insurance coverage for dental crowns varies according to the type of plan you have. If you have any questions about coverage or prices, our team will answer all of your inquiries and handle any necessary paperwork.

Payment Options

We at Holmes Dental work hard to keep dental care affordable. We accept most dental insurance plans and are eager to assist you in receiving the high-quality care you deserve!

Our patients’ trust means everything to us

“My daughter had a couple of cavities and Dr. Holmes fixed them with no problems at all. He didn’t even have to get her numb!”

— Angela M.

“The staff is very accommodating and gets you in quickly. Dr. Holmes’ work is smooth and impressive. Talk about a breath of fresh air!”

— Becca S.

“Dr. Holmes and his staff are wonderful. I reached out on a holiday for a dental emergency and got an immediate response with a next-day appointment.”

— Cierra N.

Book your visit today

We can’t wait to meet you! Call (509) 783-2067 or schedule your appointment online.

Visit Our Office

Our Kennewick dental office is conveniently located close to Costco. We proudly serve the Tri-Cities area!

Mon / Wed / Fri: 9am-5pm
Closed Weekends

FAQ about dental crowns

Who can benefit from a dental crown?

Crowns are an excellent solution for anyone who needs to protect a weak tooth, restore a broken or severely worn-down tooth, cover a tooth with a large filling, or improve the appearance of discolored or misshapen teeth. They’re also used as the final step of a dental implant and root canal treatment, or to hold a dental bridge in place.

How long does the procedure take?

Crowns typically require 2 appointments. During your first visit, Dr. Holmes will prepare your tooth and create an impression of your mouth. Then, he’ll place a temporary crown while the permanent one is being made at one of our top-rated local laboratories. The second visit will involve fitting the permanent crown onto your tooth.

Does getting a porcelain crown hurt?

Your comfort is our priority! Dr. Holmes will make sure you feel at ease at all times. He’ll use local anesthesia to numb your tooth and ensure you don’t feel any pain. Some patients do experience minor discomfort in the area after the procedure, but this is only temporary.

How long do porcelain crowns last?

With proper care, porcelain crowns can last 10-15 years — and even longer! Make sure to keep up with your oral hygiene to ensure your crown lasts for as long as possible.

Will my porcelain crown look natural?

Absolutely! One of the advantages of porcelain crowns is that they are tailored to match the color, shape, and size of your natural teeth, making them a great option for a natural-looking smile.