301 Trophy Branch Drive, Suite 100
Trophy Club, Texas 76262
A patient of Dr. David Crumpton often becomes a patient for life. “Over the last 19 years while caring for my patients, I have been fortunate enough to have established a long-term relationship with many individuals and families,” said Dr. Crumpton, who has practiced family and cosmetic dentistry in Trophy Club, Texas, since 1996. Once new patients experience his friendly, caring personality, his gentle care and, of course, the quality of work performed in his office, they become patients for life.
Early in 2014, the practice moved from its original Country Club location to a beautifully designed Tuscan-style facility located conveniently on the service road of Highway 114. “The loyalty and growth of the community of Trophy Club and surrounding areas has supported our continued expansion,” said Dr. Crumpton. “Our small little community isn’t so small anymore, and I have decided to grow with it.” The spacious office was designed with patient comfort in mind and feels more like a luxuriously relaxing living room than a dental office.
Comprehensive, Experienced Care with a Personal Touch
Dr. Crumpton makes it a priority to stay abreast of the latest developments in the field of dentistry and completes a great deal of continuing education in restorative and cosmetic dentistry. He has lectured and trained thousands of other dentists on a variety of subjects including CEREC 3D (ceramic tooth restoration technology), which allows dentists to restore a tooth in a single visit.
The most recent technological addition to his practice is the Itero intraoral scanner. “This amazing technology not only allows the patient to forgo the messy impressions that cause gagging and unpleasant tastes, but delivers the exact whole-tooth or mouth images,” he said. “This addition not only shortens the patient’s visit, but eliminates needing to ever have a remake or re-impress for models and restorations.”
An advocate of “painless dentistry,” Dr. Crumpton and his staff are committed to ensuring each patient’s experience from start to finish is as stress-free and pain-free as possible. Nitrous oxide and sedation dentistry options are available for those requiring extensive treatment or who have dental anxiety.
“Being able to educate and empathize with patients along with skill and quality dentistry is what I believe makes a great dentist,” said Dr. Crumpton. He firmly believes his exceptional team makes his practice so successful year after year. “They genuinely care about the people who walk through the door. We join them into our family. We celebrate the events in their lives and we empathize and express sorrow when they experience difficult times or losses. We always strive to do something special for our patients that they do not expect.”
Dr. Crumpton sees patients of all ages. The scope of his care includes:
- early dental care
- general treatment
- dental implants
- teeth whitening
- cosmetic resin bonding
- porcelain veneers
- ceramic crowns
- composite fillings
Taking Care of People—A Community Focus
“Being a community-minded practice means that every month, we choose an area of need and encourage our staff, patients and townspeople to give back to the community,” said Dr. Crumpton. “We have also contributed to a fantastic Rotary Club scholarship program for several years and, in each of those years, a student form Northwest High School and another from Byron Nelson High School have been awarded a $2,500 scholarship based on merit and achievement. I’m proud of this contribution; education is important to me. It leads to great things and I’m honored to donate over $20,000 to the kids in our community.”
Meet Dr. Crumpton
After an accident as a young adult involving complex treatment and multiple procedures, Dr. Crumpton became fascinated with the combination of the mechanical tools used in his treatment and the human touch. “I had great dentists while growing up and they were really good people whom I admired,” he said. “Their qualities and character definitely influenced me as well.”
Dr. Crumpton and his wife, Anna, have lived in Trophy Club for 19 years and are usually accompanied by their beloved dogs, Cooper and Carson. “We began our relationship back in college, and she has played a vital role in our practice,” said Dr. Crumpton. “It’s important that my best friend has enjoyed this adventure with me.”