Denver, Colorado

Why Do Business with Crown World Dental Lab?

It is our mission to alleviate the common issues that hard-working dental professionals face when working with traditional restorative laboratories.

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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!

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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® Pressed 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 Denver, Colorado


The iconic Blue Mustang sculpture, near the main road into the Denver International Airport, is rumored to be cursed. Its sculptor, Luis Jimenez, died in a freak accident while creating it when a piece of the 9000 pound sculpture fell on his leg and severed an artery. The stallion is now known as the “Devil Horse” and “Blucifer.”


The 16th Street Mall in Denver was designed by master architect I.M. Pei, who also created the glass pyramid outside of the Louvre in Paris.


The Denver mint is the single largest producer of coins in the world. You can tell if a coin is made in Denver by a D mark.


Denver is really exactly one mile high. There is a step on the State Capitol Building that is exactly 5,280 feet (1,609 meters) above sea level. In Denver's rarified air, golf balls go 10 percent farther.


Today, the Denver Performing Arts Complex has nine theaters seating 10,000 people and is second only to New York's Lincoln Center.


Louis E. Ballast, owner of the Humpty-Dumpty Barrel Drive-In, trademarked the cheeseburger in 1935.


Denver is the only city to turn down an invitation to host the Olympics. Concerns over pollution and a population boom led to the city voting against hosting the 1976 Winter Olympics.


Sources: https://www.denver.org/denver-meetings-conventions/decide-on-denver/denver-facts; http://www.movoto.com/guide/denver-co/denver-facts; https://castlemarne.com/blog/2016/03/facts-about-denver