General Dental Care Scottsdale, AZ

We are conveniently located in Scottsdale, Arizona, and have the ability to evaluate and diagnose almost any common dental issue. Our practice has the latest equipment to provide patients with the high quality of care that only the latest technologies can provide. Our team can help patients of all ages, and we often serve entire families. The bottom line is that you can count on our practice for all of your dental needs.

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What is General Dentistry?

Our practice believes that dentistry should not have to be uncomfortable or painful. We also aim to make dental care affordable by providing payment plans that even out costs over time. Therefore, whether you are looking for routine cleanings or an advanced procedure, we can provide a solution that delivers outstanding care without breaking your budget. We serve patients of all ages, and entire families often trust our practice because of the quality of care we deliver.

Endodontics, Tooth Restorations, Extractions, and Surgery

When you are ready to improve your smile, our team will be at your side to exceed your expectations. We usually start by having patients undergo a general examination to discover potential problems. Our team of professionals can then use a broad range of procedures to resolve any oral problem that you are experiencing.

We can restore teeth with a wide variety of techniques. Our dentists truly specialize in endodontics, so they understand the most effective ways of treating cavities, tooth decay, and other oral problems. If necessary, our team can even do surgeries, including tooth extractions, bone grafts, jaw surgery, and other procedures.

Our Latest Patient Testimonials

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Absolutely love the team at Trinity Dental! The office is state of the art, everyone is very friendly and they explain step by step what they are doing as part of your exam and cleaning. Dr. Wynn is thorough and so outgoing. Costs are clear and laid out prior to any elective procedures and the team is really knowledgeable about the latest procedures and tools in dentistry. Would recommend this practice to anyone!. – Melissa S.

Trinity Dental Care and Dr. Wynn are fantastic! I am newer to the area, and needed to find a dentist for my semi-annual cleaning + check-up, and stumbled upon Trinity Dental Care online and am so thankful I did. They took all of the precautions to ease my mind (especially during since this is/was mid-Covid!) and showed me around the office, and introduced me to the staff, and then quickly got my check-up and exam underway. – Nick D.

Dr. Wynn and staff are amazing. They get to know each patient personally and go out of their way to make sure you are comfortable during the visit. If you are looking for a new dentist, look no further! – Marianne

General Dentistry FAQ’s

What Are Dental Sealants, and How Long Do They Last?

Many of today’s patients desire to get dental sealants that can protect teeth from the harmful substances found in many of today’s food products. Dental sealants are not for everyone, so you should talk to your dentist before deciding to move forward with a sealant procedure. However, when sealants are the right option, they last for a decade on average. Additionally, if your sealants fall out, our team can quickly get you an appointment to fix your sealants.

What Is the Cause of Cavities?

Cavities are small holes that can form in the enamel of your teeth over time. These cavities are usually caused by frequent snacking and sugary drinks. Cavities can also be caused by oral bacteria. Additionally, you are much more likely to get cavities if you fail to brush your teeth several times a day.

How Many Times Should I Brush My Teeth Every Day?

Dentists generally recommend that patients brush their teeth at least three times a day. You should try to brush your teeth when you wake up, after lunch, and before going to bed. If you are unable to brush your teeth at work, you should try to brush your teeth when you get home. Also, if you eat candy or drink sugary drinks, you should try to brush your teeth as soon as you are done.

What Is Gum Disease?

Gum disease is a serious bacterial infection that forms in a person’s gums. If gum disease is left untreated, it can cause teeth to fall out. Gum disease can even eventually destroy a person’s jawbone. Research has shown that gum disease can cause heart disease, lung diseases, and other life-threatening chronic medical issues. Gum disease is common, and it is usually the reason why people have problems with their teeth falling out.

Gum disease usually occurs as a result of poor oral hygiene. Thankfully, gum disease can be easily treated with the help of lifestyle changes and periodontal treatments.

Are Dental X-Rays Safe?

Many patients who need to get dental X-rays worry about whether these X-rays could cause long-term health problems. Although X-rays do expose patients to radiation, the dose is so small that it is generally regarded as harmless. X-rays are much less harmful than gamma rays that are found in nuclear facilities. Additionally, modern X-rays use rapid imaging technology that reduces the exposure patients experience to very low levels. As a result, X-rays are generally safe as long as they are administered by a responsible healthcare professional.

General Dentistry Services

Dental Preventive Cleaning

Even if your smile is in perfect health, it’s important to have your teeth professionally cleaned at regular intervals.

Mouth Guard

Custom-designed mouth guards are made of durable plastic and molded to fit the shape of your teeth.

Sealants

Sealants are a common preventive treatment in dentistry.

Periodontal Therapy

We use the latest advancements in dental laser technology to provide space-age teeth whitening and other laser-related dental services.

Root Canal

Root canal treatment, is used to save an infected or damaged tooth and avoid having to remove it.

Fillings

A filling is a way to restore a decayed tooth back to its normal function.

Sedation Options

Also known as “laughing gas,” is commonly used to make treatment more comfortable. Ask about our Nitrous Oxide Sedation & Oral Sedation options.

Simple Extraction

We use every measure to prevent tooth loss, but there are still occasions when a tooth needs to be removed.