Restorative Dentistry Specialists in Waukesha, WI

Dr. Tanty is a certified dental surgeon, eliminating your need to visit a surgeon's office across town. All dental operations are performed right in our Waukesha dental office location, meaning the restoration of your teeth has never been so painless and easy! For the best in restorative dental work, trust Tanty Family Dental.

Restorative Dentistry for Waukesha & Milwaukee County Patients

Painless Tooth & Full Mouth Dental Reconstruction

Tanty Family Dental specializes in dental restoration practices that will have you smiling bigger than ever. Using the most modern and cutting-edge technology in the industry, we provide life-changing tooth and full mouth restorations that are quick & painless. Dr. Tanty is a dental surgeon, able to perform most procedures in-house, resulting in fewer required trips to the dentist. Located in Waukesha, our office is equipped with the latest in laser dentistry, 3D x-rays, and CEREC technology to make your visit to the dentist the most comfortable experience possible.

Restorative Dental practices provided by Tanty Family Dental include:

For Dental Restoration Services, You're in Good Hands

We're a Family-Owned & Operated Family Dental Office

Whether you're an adult in need of an emergency root canal, have a child in need of a pediatric dentist for cavities, or there's a mystery toothache requiring immediate care, you'll receive the dental treatment that's best for you. 

Contact our staff for emergency dental services, insurance-billing information, or to learn more about Tanty Family Dental, the best comprehensive dental office in Waukesha, New Berlin, Pewaukee, Brookfield, Wales, and throughout Waukesha County.

Restorative Dentistry FAQs


What is restorative dentistry?

Restorative dentistry is the diagnosis and management of diseases of the oral cavity, teeth, and supporting structures. Treatments conducted at Tanty Family Dentistry are used to achieve optimum dental health, function, and aesthetics for our patients. Each dental procedure will repair or replace teeth that have been affected by disease or decay.

What are the types of dental restorations?

There are several types of restorative procedures used to treat missing tooth structures from decay, deterioration, or fracture. Your dentist will assess the severity of the damage to provide you with the best options to restore your damaged teeth including dental fillings, dental crowns, bridges, implants, veneers, dentures, or composite bonding.

Why is restorative dentistry important?

Restorative dentistry procedures are important because they fill empty spaces in the mouth to keep your teeth properly aligned, prevent plaque build-up and prevent plaque from affecting your health, appearance, and self-esteem. These procedures are useful in replacing missing teeth, fixing broken or chipped teeth, preventing further decay, and giving you a whiter, brighter smile.

What does restorative dental treatment cover?

Dental issues you could have that might mean you need dental restoration include replacing missing teeth, replacing old dental fillings, filling in spaces among teeth, repairing damaged and decayed teeth, reducing dental pain, or restoring/correcting your bite.

What should I expect after a restorative procedure?

You may experience tooth sensitivity or general discomfort after a procedure. A dentist will typically recommend that you change your eating and drinking habits for the first 24 hours depending on the procedure. You'll want to eat soft, cold foods, and you'll still need to keep up with your regular dental routine. Be careful around the restoration site so you don't create further damage or dislodge a temporary restoration.

How long does tooth restoration last?

The length of time your dental restoration lasts will depend on the type of restorative procedure you received and the level of care you give to your new restoration. Most restorations last between 10 to 20 years or more with proper oral hygiene and consistent dental checkups. 

How much does it cost to restore your teeth?

Tooth restoration costs will vary based on the type of procedure, where you live, and your insurance coverage. Your restorative procedure could cost as low as $150 with a dental filling or as high as $6,000 for a dental implant. Talk with your dentist about what option is best for you and your budget.

Fix Damaged or Decayed Teeth at our Waukesha Dental Office