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High quality dental implants so you can smile with confidence again.

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What's Special About Our Dental Implants?

At David Crumpton, DDS we pride our practice on the personal touch that we offer every patient who walks in our door. When you commit to one or several dental implants with us, we make a pledge to you that we will treat you with the care and respect that we would our own family. We source only the highest quality implants and restorations crafted by artisan level professionals

Benefits of Dental Implants

Potential to last a lifetime
Restore ability to eat as you did with natural teeth
Restored facial structure
Speak as you did before tooth loss
No dental adhesives
Ease of cleaning and care

Our Difference

Commitment to care
Top tier professionals
We work with your insurance
Local to you

We're dental implant experts.

Dr. Crumpton

Providing outstanding dentistry using advanced techniques and technology, with the goal of helping patients keep their teeth and gums healthy for life.

Dr. Crumpton completes a great deal of continuing education in restorative and cosmetic dentistry. He has lectured and trained thousands of other dentists over his career.

In addition to helping patients achieve beautiful and healthy smiles, Dr. Crumpton is a member of the Academy of General Dentistry, the Texas Dental Association, and the American Dental Association.
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I have been a patient of Dr. Crumpton’s since they opened their practice. There was a time he was out due to surgery on his arm, but he still came in to the office to do an emergency extraction and root canal on my Mother! Dr. Crumpton goes over and above any other doctor I have ever seen before! I trust and recommend him to everyone!

- Mark P.

Best Dentist!!

Dr. Crumpton really takes a personal interest in me. It’s like seeing an old friend and catching up. He did a phenomenal job on color matching my two front crowns. He always stays up-to-date on the latest technology so I know I always have the best dentist and dentistry available.

- Amy N.


My wife and I began going to Dr. Crumpton in 1998. He has been a great dentist to us and our three children. I have never experienced any discomfort or any problems with his work. We know we are always getting quality treatment. We have always enjoyed his staff as they are very nice and very easy to work with as well.

- Larry H.

Dental Implant FAQ's

Dental implants are a type of dental restoration that is ideal for patients who have lost one or more of their permanent, adult teeth. Unlike dentures, which are only temporary and may last between seven to ten years at most, dental implants can typically last your entire life (if you properly maintain them).

Dental implants have three parts to them. The first part is the titanium post. Titanium is used in the post because the human body does not reject this metal. Instead, bone builds up over the implant, a process known as "osseointegration." The titanium post is attached to the abutment, which is considered a connector component. This abutment attaches the post to the final part of the implant, which is called the restoration (or the "crown").
It’s hard to know for sure unless we can do an exam with you, but usually, the answer is yes. Some of the factors that we consider when examining your mouth to see if dental implants are a good fit for you are as follows.

We look at the amount of time you have been without teeth. Tooth loss can mean bone loss in the jaw, and if there is significant bone loss in your jaw, we may have to perform a bone graft before proceeding with dental implant placement.

We also look at the habits you maintain. Smokers and tobacco users generally are encouraged to quit before considering dental implants as tobacco use can mean rejection of the implant.
Probably not! Chewing your food and enjoying the comforts of "real teeth" is something that everyone can enjoy..
There are a few different applications for dental implants and a few different kinds of implants. Normal implant posts are made of titanium, but there are also zirconia implants for those with poor gum health.
Dental implants can last for the rest of your life if you take care of them properly, which includes regular visits to our office for cleanings and exams.
Depending on the number of implants you need placed and the state of your oral health before starting your journey, the procedure can vary in length. Usually the planning and placement process only takes a couple weeks. The recovery process varies the most depending on how many implants you have placed.
Absolutely! There is no greater solution to lost teeth available today than a dental implant. They are superior in every way to removable restorations in both the freedom and the oral health that they lend to the patient.

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