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Apr
06

When you look at what else the money might buy you, you can see why a dental crown makes so much sense. Here’s why.


We have to admit that the task of writing a daily blog sometimes gets on top of us. The dreaded writer’s block strikes, and we spend hours looking at a blank page, looking for inspiration as to what we might write about.


Today, our inspiration came while we were flicking through our morning newspaper. A well-known electrical retailer is running a sale right now, and had a list of prices for typical home appliances.


We looked at the value that they offered – and then compared this to the value that you might find on offer here at MyDental.


Let’s assume, for example, that you're in the market for a tooth crown. You can have a porcelain crown (fused-to-metal) for just €350. For this same amount of money, you’d get a decent sized TV from our electrical retailer. So which represents better value?


Well, we accept that we’re biased, but we happen to belief that the tooth crown represents far, far better value for money. And here’s why.

• Your TV will be due for replacement in about three or four year’s time, as new technology makes you want to upgrade as a result of some new-fangled capability of the next generation. On the other hand, your crown will last for decades, and will never be overtaken by newer versions of the same thing.

• You will probably be forced to pay more for your TV based on the brand that’s stuck to it. In other words, you're paying a big chunk of the cost for sheer snob value – nothing to do with the intrinsic value of the product. This is not the case with dental crowns, where the value of the product lies not in a badge, but in its ability to carry out its purpose.

• You’ll only be watching your TV for a number of hours each day, so your value is limited by this. Your dental crown, however, is working for you 24 hours a day in a whole range of functions – from making your smile look great to letting you bite and chew as normal.

• The cost of your TV will be compounded by the fact that you have to spend extra money every time you watch it – in the form of electricity charges. Once you’ve paid for your crown, however, that’s it. There’s simply nothing more to pay.


The moral of this blog, therefore, is that there’s amazing value on offer right now in the world of dental treatment. And remember that we look to make things even more affordable by offering you an amazing 0% Dental Finance Plan, which means that you don't pay a penny in interest for the privilege of spreading the cost over three months, six months or nine months.


So maybe this is something to think about if you believe that your smile could do with a little restorative work? If you think this is the case and would like to find out a bit more, then maybe this blog will offer you the perfect starting point - http://www.knowyourteeth.com/infobites/abc/article/?abc=C&iid=301&aid=1204