Dentist – Trophy Club, TX

Get to Know Dr. David Crumpton

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Dr. Crumpton loves working closely with each patient so they always leave his dental office feeling satisfied. Rather than just telling someone what they need and which treatments to get, he starts every relationship by listening, and from there, goes over all the ways he can help a patient achieve their goals. He has been proudly serving Trophy Club and the surrounding communities for almost 30 years, and he looks forward to welcoming you into our dental office!

Why Did You Decide to Become a Dentist?

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When Dr. Crumpton was 18, he had a work accident that knocked out one of his front teeth. His dentist went and took classes to place dental implants, and Dr. Crumpton was his first case. This experience piqued his interest in becoming a dentist. He was one of the fortunate people where his childhood dentists were nice people who were always kind to their patients, so they helped him form a positive attitude about dentistry, which made it easy for him to enter the field.

Where Did You
Study Dentistry?

Dr. Crumpton received his undergraduate degree from West Texas State, and then he enrolled in the Baylor College of Dentistry. After graduating, he briefly moved to southern New Mexico, and within two months, he knew that he had to come back to Texas! This brought him to Trophy Club in 1995, where he started his dental office from scratch.

For his entire career, his goal has been to be as educated as possible, so he usually completes 2 to 3 times the amount of continuing education required by the state. To date, he has completed courses at prestigious institutions such as UT San Antonio, the Pikos Institute, Lamar Dental Implant Training, and the Kois Center. He is also a certified Gold Provider of Invisalign.

Dr. Crumpton works hard to stay on top of the latest technology, like CEREC, which allows him to provide one-visit porcelain crowns. He became so successful with CEREC that the company actually hired him to train other dentists on how to use it!

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Outside of the Dental Office, What Do You Like to Do?

Doctor Crumpton on a bike ride
Doctor Crumpton and his wife eating hotdogs

Dr. Crumpton and his wife, Anna, have been married for 33 years. He is an avid cyclist who rides 150 miles a week on average. Back at home, he enjoys using his Big Green Egg to smoke a wide variety of meats. He also enjoys precision rifle shooting, playing the guitar, and watching old detective movies from the 1930s-50s.