Melanie L. Throne, DDS, PA -  - General Family Dentist

Melanie L. Throne, DDS, PA

General Family Dentist located in Fort Worth, Texas

Custom dentures can restore a beautiful smile in both form and function so you can feel confident again. At Melanie L. Throne DDS, PA, in Fort Worth, Texas, Dr. Throne and the team of licensed denturists and dentists are skilled in the art of fitting and making dentures. To find out which denture option is best for you, call the office or schedule an appointment online.

Dentures Q & A

What denture options are available?

Dr. Throne offers a variety of all-in-one treatment options for patients of all ages. From the initial consultation to the first denture fitting, or a later denture relining or repair, Dr. Throne utilizes the highest quality materials to deliver the best overall experience. 

Denture options at Melanie L. Throne DDS, PA include:

  • Metal framework partial dentures
  • Acrylic partial dentures
  • Dental implants and crowns
  • Denture relines
  • Soft denture liners
  • Implant-supported dentures

At Melanie L. Throne DDS, PA, all dentures are constructed in-house by licensed denturists. This is a great benefit since you can see your dentures being made and adjusted throughout the process. 

Dr. Throne can adjust the fit and feel of your dentures along the way to ensure your final smile is one that's both comfortable and aesthetically pleasing.

Are immediate dentures right for me?

Have you lost your teeth as a result of an illness, injury, or prolonged decay? Do you need full dentures? If so, immediate dentures might be the right choice for you. Immediate dentures are readily available, which means you don't have to suffer the inconvenience of not having teeth.

One thing to consider, however, is that immediate dentures need to be regularly relined. Relining helps ensure a comfortable, precise fit as your mouth heals from the loss of your natural teeth and the transition to dentures.

Are partial dentures a better choice for me?

Partial dentures with a metal framework are the most common type of partials. Unlike full dentures, partials are meant to replace a few missing teeth, not all of your natural teeth. 

The rigid metal frame provides sturdy support for chewing, particularly when you're missing molars. Partial dentures with metal frames securely anchor to your existing teeth and stay in place without the use of dental adhesives.

Acrylic partial dentures are another option. On the one hand, they tend to be cheaper than metal partials, but on the other hand, they don't last as long. Acrylic partials are usually a short-term solution that's worn while the dentist makes permanent bridges or partials.

Can my dentures be repaired?

Dr. Throne and the team can repair full or partial custom dentures while you wait or in a few hours, depending on the repairs needed. Denture repairs are completed on-site.

Call the office or schedule an appointment online for your denture consultation.