Derrick Johnson, DDS, FICOI, FAGD, FIAOMT
For over two decades, Dr. Derrick Johnson has served his patients with a passion for the art and science of dentistry and the life changing results it can produce. Early in his career, he saw an unmet need. He found there were many people with more advanced or complex dental problems who had difficulty finding the specific type of help they required. Seeing that, he dedicated a significant part of his practice and training towards helping people solve more advanced dental problems.
He has trained with some of the best minds in dentistry to expand his knowledge and develop the skills in delivering predictable, comprehensive dentistry. Dr. Johnson remains at the forefront of innovations in dentistry, bringing his proven tools and evidence-based treatments. At Integrated Dentistry, he serves adults of all ages with a wide range of dental and oral health concerns with a specific focus on implant dentistry, cosmetics, and solving more advanced dental problems.
Initially practicing in Arizona, he served the communities of Scottsdale and Paradise Valley for over 14 years. Dr. Johnson enjoyed his work and his patients, and his passion for dentistry further increased with time, but he missed the relaxed intimacy of a smaller city and easy access to lakes, rivers and nature. The beauty of Arkansas drew him here and he built a successful dental practice in Mountain Home. In 2017, he opened the location in Bentonville, which is now the primary location of Integrated Dentistry.
When he is not restoring smiles, he enjoys mountain biking, hiking, exploring the Ozarks, fitness, golf, archery, and tennis. The doctor is the proud father of two daughters who graduated from Arizona State University.
“I had the nicest experience the other day in the lobby of our office. Four of my favorite patients all had appointments that day, and I got to go out and catch up with them. Each one had gone on a pretty significant journey to regain the health of their mouth and get their smile back. To see this having a positive impact on their life three, four, five years later, and appreciating the bond and connection I had with all of them…sharing stories about our lives and their experience, was really great! These relationships and the positive things that grow out of them make this such a rewarding profession for me.” DR. DERRICK
Dr. Johnson on a recent mission trip to Nepal