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Dental Crowns

Living with a damaged tooth can be painful and make it difficult to eat and speak, and even detract from the appearance of your smile.

The team at our Westfield, MA, practice can place a custom-fabricated dental crown to restore the strength and function of your smile.

Can you benefit from receiving a dental crown?

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Dental Crowns Are a Trusted Restorative Solution

Repair & Protect Your Tooth

Dental crowns protect compromised teeth from further harm. Without treatment, many common conditions will progress to the point where a tooth extraction is necessary. 

Durable Materials 

With proper maintenance, dental crowns can last up to 10 years or longer. There are a variety of crown materials available and we will recommend the best type depending on your needs. 

Natural-Looking Results

If aesthetics are a priority, a tooth-colored dental crown can be provided. With advancements in materials, dental crowns very closely resemble your natural teeth

How is a dental crown placed? 

Why do so many families trust their smiles to Kasperowski Family Dentistry?

"As always, they are all friendly, understanding, and informative. They've been taking good care of us for many years!" Susan W.

Schedule an Appointment  with Us

When you are in need of restorative dental care, it pays to trust your smile to a reputable practice that cares about your satisfaction and oral health.

If you are missing a tooth, or if you have a tooth that has been damaged due to trauma or decay, we are here to help. Call our Westfield practice at (413) 562-5494 or send us a message online.

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Crowns not only look and feel great...

When is a crown recommended

Do you qualify for dental crown treatment?

To Receive a Crown, You Should Have:

A Treatable Concern

Dental crowns need to be attached to healthy dental tissue. If your tooth is too damaged or beyond repair, a tooth extraction may be the best treatment option. Fortunately, the doctors at our Westfield office offer implant-supported crowns in-house and can perform your treatment shortly after extraction.

Realistic Expectations

Although dental crowns can last for many years, they won't last forever. Your crown will need to be replaced every decade or so. Because your tooth will be resized in preparation for a dental crown, you will always need to keep your crown maintained to prevent further damage.

Dental Crowns FAQs

How can I make my crown last as long as possible?

The good news is that it's not complicated–just maintain excellent oral hygiene and avoid using your crown to chew especially hard or sticky foods. Brushing twice a day and flossing at least once daily is essential, along with routine dental care every six months.

What does a crown cost?

It mainly depends on the materials used and whether you are replacing a lost tooth with an implant-supported crown. Fortunately, most insurance plans will cover at least part of the cost of your dental crown.

How long does it take to receive a crown?

It takes at least two office visits over the course of about two weeks. After we perform any necessary dental treatments and take impressions, an offsite lab will custom-craft your crown. When it is completed, you will return to have it placed.

Why should you choose our team?

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Kasperowski Family Dentistry

At Kasperowski Family Dentistry, our priority is providing an exceptional dental experience by focusing on:

  • Comprehensive treatment
  • The needs of patients of all ages
  • A comfortable environment
  • Personalized, patient-centric care

To schedule a consultation, contact us online or call us at (413) 562-5494​.

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