“I like to make people smile, be it working on their teeth or just talking to them. I want them to smile.”
Dr. Natalie Stimpson is a Dallas native and received her bachelor’s degree in communications from Saint Edward’s University before getting her dental degree from the prestigious Howard University College of Dentistry in Washington, D.C.
After dental school, she went on to complete a general practice residency at St. Elizabeth’s Hospital where she gained extensive knowledge in rotary endodontics, tooth extractions, various restorative procedures, as well as caring for geriatric patients. She followed this by completing post-training in orthodontics.
Dr. Stimpson brings her passion for dentistry to work every day, and she constantly challenges herself to make her patients feel as comfortable as she can during their appointments. She also takes extra time to educate her patients on proper oral hygiene so they can take better care of their teeth between appointments. Her overall goal is to give each of her patients the kind of smile that gives them the confidence to pursue their life’s goals, and she can’t wait to do that for you and your family.
“Dr. Crystal P. Stinson is a general dentist with a heart for patient care, innovation and service.”
She completed her B.S. in Chemistry at the University of Houston in 2008 and was awarded her DDS from Texas A&M University College of Dentistry in 2014, graduating in the top third of her dental graduating class. She completed her M.S. degree in Education for Healthcare Professionals in 2016 from Texas A&M University College of Medicine and subsequently a Ph.D. in Oral Biology, with a concentration in oro-facial pain also from Texas A&M in 2017.
Dr. Stinson is the first Texas A&M graduate to receive the prestigious Robert Wood Johnson Harold Amos Medical Faculty Development Fellowship. She is only the 6th dentist to receive the awards since its creation in 1983. The nearly half million dollar grant will support her post-doctoral orofacial pain research project and academic career progression for the next 4 years.
Dr. Stinson, although a tenured-track Assistant Professor at the college of dentistry, values OnCall dental for providing the opportunity to practice dentistry and stay in engaged with her first love which is patient care and providing treatment in the emergency setting. She is trained to diagnose and treat dental pain and trauma in the acute setting and as a dental public health provider is in tune to the needs of a diverse population of patients.
Dr. Stinson is happily married to her college sweetheart Kenneth Stinson and a loving and devoted mother to her 2 year old son, Kenneth Stinson the second and newborn daughter Kensington which she considers to be her greatest achievement and blessing in life.