Trinity Dental Care
Dental Care in Scottsdale, AZ

Practice Protocols for Patient Health & Safety

This short 3-minute video describes how Trinity Dental Care promotes and practices sterilization and safety protocols to protect our patients and staff from coronavirus and other infectious diseases.

Our Dental Services

Trinity Dental Care’s focus on training and technology ensures that our patients receive the very best and safest dental care available.

General & Cosmetic Dentistry

Our goal at Trinity Dental Care is to provide every patient with dental care that is affordable and comfortable. We offer full-service dental solutions that can resolve almost any problem you are having. Our skilled team can do everything from routine cleanings to complex procedures to ensure that every patient gets the high-quality care they deserve.

Restorative & Preventive Dentistry

Dr. Fink uses advanced technology to improve the restorative dental procedures we provide. Our equipment can resolve problems with tooth decay and missing teeth. We can also provide implants to patients. Therefore, we can effectively restore the appearance of your smile.

Keeping You Safe

Our practice is able to keep you safe during dental procedures with the help of specialized equipment that reduces aerosols generated during dental procedures. Normally, procedures stir biological contaminants into the air that can endanger patients. Instead, we use an HVE adapter by VacuLUX that sucks up aerosols at the point where they are generated to prevent them from getting into the air.

Technology

Our practice uses a wide range of technologies to improve the services we can provide to patients. We make use of 3D imaging that provides dentists and patients with much better information than traditional 2D scans can offer. As a result, we can precisely pinpoint any dental issue that you are dealing with.

Dental Care Insurance Plan

No Insurance? No Problem.

We understand that many patients do not have dental insurance, so we have developed a membership club to make appointments more affordable for patients. This membership club covers routine care and emergencies so that you can keep your family protected without incurring enormous out-of-pocket expenses.

Best Dentist in Scottsdale, AZ

We are proud of the exceptional services that we provide to our community in Scottsdale, AZ. We are locally owned and have a tradition of delivering excellence. Our team aims to function as an important partner in the community by taking care of the health of local residents.

Our team at Trinity Dental Care has extensive experience in almost all areas of modern dentistry. We can provide comprehensive care solutions that can cover routine care, whitening, implants, crowns, root canals, dentures, and much more. Schedule an appointment at our practice today to start getting the quality of care you deserve.

“I exist to serve by leading Best Practices”

Dr. Jennifer H. Wynn, DDS

Making the World a Better Place,
One Smile at a Time.

Trinity Dental Care
10697 N Frank Lloyd Wright
Blvd #102
Scottsdale, AZ 85259

10697 N Frank Lloyd Wright Blvd #102 Scottsdale, AZ 85259

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