Boston, Massachusetts

Why Do Business with Crown World Dental Lab?

The team at Crown World Dental Lab in Boston, Massachusetts, hopes to build long-lasting relationships with clinicians. It is our mission to alleviate the common issues that hard-working dental professionals face when working with dental laboratories.

Free Local Pickup and Delivery

Call 866-497-3699

We’re proud to provide free local delivery service, staffed by knowledgeable technical advisors who personally come to your practice. Plus, we provide free shipping for practices that are outside of our local delivery area. Download your Rx and you’re ready to get your case started!

Free Shipping and Supplies

Use our online form to request free supplies or contact us with any questions. Expect personalized service, dedicated to satisfying your practice.

Mailing Address

Crown World Dental Lab
423 Brookline Avenue, #163
Boston, MA 02215

Send us an email at mail@crownworlddental.com or call us at 866-497-3699 with any questions.


3 Days in Lab

BruxZir® Restorations

  • BruxZir Full-Strength Solid Zirconia
  • BruxZir Anterior

5 Days in Lab

Glass Ceramic

  • IPS e.max® veneer
  • IPS e.max crown
  • Obsidian® All-Ceramic

Obsidian® Fused to Metal

  • Non-Precious
  • White Noble
  • White High Noble

Full-Cast

  • Yellow Noble, 2% Au
  • Yellow High Noble, 57.5% Au

Preventive Appliance

  • Comfort H/STM Bite Splint

Local Trivia About Boston, Massachusetts


Boston is named after a town in England. Many of Boston’s early settlers were from Boston, England, and decided to keep the name.


Boston is home to the oldest public park in the U.S. Boston Common is a stretch of green sanctuary within the city of Boston that dates back to 1634. Today, it continues to welcome residents and tourists alike.


The Fig Newton is named after a Boston suburb. A favorite American sweet snack for decades, the Fig Newton is actually named after Newton, Massachusetts.


Fenway Park is another American icon found in Boston. Its Green Monster is so renowned, the Red Sox have patented the shade “Fenway Green.”


A deadly wave of molasses once flooded the North End. In January 15, 1919, a storage tank holding more than 2 million gallons of molasses burst, sending a giant wave of the hot syrupy substance through the North End of Boston. It killed 21 people and several horses and injured more than 100 others, making it the worst molasses-related accident in history.


Source: https://blog.ihg.com/20-fun-facts-didnt-boston