Dental Crowns

Damaged or decayed teeth can cause discomfort, interfere with eating and speaking, and make you feel self-conscious about your smile.

At KFA Dental, we offer durable, natural-looking dental crowns using the latest metal-free materials to restore and enhance your smile. 

Why are crowns such a trusted treatment option?

Dental crown

Dental Crowns Can  Benefit Your Long-Term Oral Health

Repair and Protect

Dental crowns can often restore even gravely damaged teeth, eliminating the need for extraction and other more extensive restorative procedures

Restore Proper Function

Crowns can restore your ability to bite, chew, and eat a balanced diet. In addition, if you have a worn or irregularly shaped tooth, a crown can reduce your risk of teeth grinding and related conditions.

Lifelike Results

At KFA Dental, we use advanced materials that shine naturally like enamel and blend with the color of your smile. Crowns can also close gaps caused by missing teeth, boosting your confidence in your appearance.

How is a crown placed?

Dental Crowns Are a Common Solution

Dental Crowns Custom-Crafted to Match Your Smile

These custom-made restorations can strengthen and repair badly damaged teeth. They can also restore your complete dental function and refine the appearance of your smile. At KFA Dental, we offer crowns made from the latest metal-free materials, as well as more traditional options. We also can often provide same-day crowns made with our state-of-the-art CEREC® system. Dr. Donald Kahn, Dr. Daniel Aldieri, and Dr. Angela Ferrari will work carefully and expertly to ensure a comfortable fit and a highly realistic appearance for your customized restoration.  

Photo of a dental crown

Dental crowns support compromised teeth while restoring the appearance of your smile.

Is a Crown Right for You?

Crowns can often repair even severely damaged teeth. Our dentists may use a crown to address:

  • A very large cavity that is too big for a filling
  • A cracked tooth, provided that the crack does not extend down to the root
  • A worn tooth
  • A misshapen or proportionately small tooth, especially if it affects the balance of your bite
  • A tooth with severe aesthetic blemishes

In addition, crowns are an important part of root canal therapy, preserving teeth and preventing the need for extraction. If you are missing a tooth, we can also restore your smile with an implant-supported crown. Drs. Kahn, Aldieri, and Ferrari will carefully examine your teeth before recommending a particular restorative treatment.

Crowns can often restore even gravely damaged teeth, eliminating the need for extraction and other more extensive procedures.

Designing, Creating, and Placing Dental Crowns

Before placing a crown, we will carefully plan your restorative procedure to ensure lasting and beautiful results. First, we will reshape your tooth. In this way, we can remove bacteria and decayed tissue, and make room for the crown, allowing it to sit securely against your tooth. Afterwards, a member of our team will take impressions. For traditional restorations, these models will be sent to our dental lab. There, technicians will create your restoration, typically made of durable, natural-looking zirconia or IPS e.max®. Our lab-created crowns have a two week turnaround. While you are waiting, we will supply a temporary crown. Once your restoration is ready, we will ensure a proper fit, and will secure it in place.

Many patients choose a same-day crown, made with our in-office CEREC® system. For these restorations, we will take digital impressions of your tooth. Then Dr. Kahn, Dr. Aldieri, or Dr. Ferrari will design the restoration on a chair-side computer. The designs will upload to our milling machine, which will produce your crown from a solid piece of porcelain in less than an hour. Similar to lab-fabricated crowns, CEREC® restorations have a very natural appearance and are extremely durable. Our team will ensure your crown fits your tooth and bite, and will attach it to your tooth, restoring your smile.

Photo of the CEREC system

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The KFA Dental Team
Left to right: Dr. Angela Ferrari, Dr. Donald Kahn, Dr. Daniel Aldieri

At KFA Dental, we are committed to providing five-star services for all our dental patients. Dr. Donald Khan, Dr. Angela Ferrari, and Dr. Daniel Aldieri are all dedicated to helping you maintain your oral health and achieve a beautiful smile. We are proud to be affiliated with a variety of organizations, including:

  • Academy of General Dentistry
  • International Congress of Oral Implantologists
  • American Academy of Implant Prosthodontics
  • American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry

For more information about our services, contact us online or call (516) 249-1188 today.

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375 Fulton St
Farmingdale, NY 11735

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