Las Vegas, Nevada

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.

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.

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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® Fused to Metal

  • Non-Precious
  • White Noble
  • White High Noble


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

Preventive Appliance

  • Comfort H/STM Bite Splint

Local Trivia About Las Vegas, Nevada

In Spanish, Las Vegas translates to mean ‘the meadows’.

The primary source of water for the Las Vegas region is the Colorado River. The length of the Colorado River is approximately 2,330 kilometers (1,450 miles). It flows through Colorado, Utah, Arizona, Nevada and California, and through the Mexican states of Baja California and Sonora.

The famous Las Vegas Strip is not located within the city limits of Las Vegas! The Strip actually comes under the jurisdiction of Clark County.

The Stratosphere stands at 1,149 feet and is the tallest observation tower in the United States. It is the 5th tallest structure in the United States.

The annual rainfall in Las Vegas totals slightly more than four inches.

Las Vegas was rated one of the top 10 locations in the country for great food.

A growing tourism industry and Hoover Dam construction enabled Las Vegas to avoid economic calamity during the Great Depression.

The Bellagio has occasionally exhibited the work of past master painters such as Vincent van Gogh, Jackson Pollock, Pablo Picasso and Henri Matisse.