Trinity Dental

Centennial Dental

Welcoming New Patients and Emergencies!

The dentists and staff at Trinity Dental & Centennial Dental in Brampton provide the best in dental treatment and cosmetic dentistry for thousands of families for over 40 years.

Patient amenities:

  • State Of The Art Technology
  • Convenient Location
  • Free parking
  • Enjoy a cup of coffee or cold beverage while waiting for your appointment
  • Newly renovated and modern office
  • Play area for children
  • Cavity free draw for children

Our Exceptional Team

Our team of friendly and skilled professionals shares Dr. Grewal’s commitment to excellence. From our receptionists to our hygienists, everyone at Trinity Dental is dedicated to making your dental experience positive, informative, and stress-free.

Your Family's Dentist in Brampton

Discover comprehensive family dentistry in Brampton. We provide routine dental care, preventive dentistry, and a range of dental procedures. Our affordable options include discounts for seniors, ensure personalized attention for every member of your family.

Emergency Care

For urgent dental needs, our Brampton emergency dentist offers same-day appointments, providing prompt relief for toothaches and efficient solutions for oral surgery. Trust our team to address your emergency with compassion and expertise.

Cosmetic Dentistry for a Radiant Smile

Transform your smile at our Brampton family dentistry practice with advanced cosmetic dentistry solutions, including dental implants, veneers, and periodontal treatment. Benefit from oral health check-ups, oral hygiene tips, and personalized advice for maintaining healthy gums. Schedule your consultation for a confident and radiant smile.

Tips for Good Dental Health

Your intake of sugar and sugar containing foods is the prime source of cavities. Bacteria on your teeth will take sugar from the foods you eat and produce an acid that will leach out the minerals from your teeth and cause the formation of cavities. It is not the amount of sugar that is important but how often and for how long sugars are in contact with your teeth. Sticky sweets are more damaging than forms of sugar you swallow quickly. Saliva in your mouth can shield the teeth from the acid to some extent. However if you eat sweet snacks between meals your saliva has no chance to provide a recovery period from such acids. Brushing the teeth after meals not only removes the sugary coating left behind, it also gets rid of the bacterial film on your teeth that produces the acid from the sugar.

The primary function of brushing your teeth is to get rid of the bacterial film that coats your teeth and causes both cavities and gum disease. This film is produced not only from foods you eat but also from cells being shed by the skin that lines the inside of your mouth. It is important to know this, because this bacterial film can form in your mouth even if you had nothing to eat.

The bacterial film collects mostly in the indentations between your teeth and along the “gum line” where your gums meet your teeth.

When you are brushing your teeth you are not cleaning a flat surface. The bristles of the brush need to bend so that they can conform to the irregularities of the surface you are trying to clean. Soft bristles on your brush can do this while stiff bristles only cause excessive wear on your teeth without cleaning in the areas between your teeth and along the gum line. The film of bacteria you are trying to remove has the texture of mush, like oatmeal and can be easily wiped off if the bristles of the brush are allowed bend enough to do this.

In order to clean the spaces between teeth you need to move the brush in an up and down movement all around both on the cheek side and the tongue side of the teeth. To clean the junction between the gums and the teeth you need to engage the outer line of bristles of your brush in the crevice and gently vibrate it in one spot and then move along to the next one both on the cheek side and the tongue side of your teeth all around.

You should brush at least 2 times a day. In the morning and before bed.

No matter how good you are with the brush it can not clean the area right between your teeth. For that you need to floss your teeth. With a gentle back and forth movement you need to move the floss past the tight point of contact between each two teeth and then wrap the floss around one and then the other tooth and wipe the surface with the floss.

Some people have wide gaps between the gum and the point of contact between teeth. Even if the teeth are contacting tightly food can get packed into this area not from the top, but from the sides. The spaces that need to be cleaned are too wide for the floss to clean properly. In these situations we give you samples of other aids that you can use.

Frequently Asked Questions

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How often should I visit the dentist for a check-up?

Regular dental check-ups are a crucial part of maintaining optimal oral health. At Trinity Dental & Centennial Dental, the frequency of your dental check ups and cleanings all depend on you and your oral health along with other factors! We understand the importance of tailoring our care to meet your specific requirements. Factors such as your dental health history, current conditions, and insurance coverage play a role in determining the most suitable schedule for you. Our experienced dental team is dedicated to working with you to create a customized plan that aligns with your oral health goals. Whether you’re seeking preventive care, addressing specific concerns, or exploring treatment options, we’re here to provide comprehensive and personalized dental solutions. To determine the ideal frequency for your check-ups and discuss your insurance options, we invite you to schedule an appointment with Trinity Dental & Centennial Dental. Taking proactive steps towards your oral health is a collaborative effort, and we look forward to partnering with you on your journey to a healthier smile.

Ready to start your personalized oral health plan? Book your appointment now, and let us assist you in achieving and maintaining a confident, healthy, and happy smile.

How can I maintain good oral hygiene at home?

Achieving and maintaining good oral hygiene at home is essential for a healthy smile. Here are some general tips to get you started

  • Brushing: Brush your teeth twice a day using fluoride toothpaste and a soft-bristled brush. Ensure you reach all surfaces of your teeth and brush for at least two minutes.
  • Flossing: Don’t forget to floss daily to remove plaque and debris from between your teeth and along the gumline.
  • Mouthwash: Consider using an antimicrobial or fluoride mouthwash to supplement your oral care routine.
  • Healthy Diet: Limit sugary and acidic foods and beverages. Opt for a balanced diet rich in fruits, vegetables, and dairy products.
  • Hydration: Drink plenty of water throughout the day to help maintain a healthy saliva flow, which aids in neutralizing acids and protecting your teeth.

For a personalized home care plan tailored to your specific condition, we recommend scheduling an appointment with our experienced dentist and hygienist. They will assess your oral health, discuss your concerns, and provide guidance on the best practices for you.

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Ready to take the next step toward optimal oral health? Book an appointment with Trinity Dental & Centennial Dental today, and let’s work together to keep your smile bright and healthy!

Are dental X-rays safe?

Dental X-rays are a valuable tool in providing comprehensive dental care, and when performed with modern equipment and safety measures, they are considered safe.

At Trinity Dental & Centennial Dental, we prioritize your safety and well-being. Our state-of-the-art facilities are equipped with the latest in dental imaging technology, ensuring that X-rays are administered efficiently and with the least possible radiation.

It’s important to note that X-rays help us identify issues that may not be visible during a regular clinical examination, allowing us to detect and address dental concerns early on. We understand that patient comfort and peace of mind are essential. If you have any concerns about dental X-rays or would like to discuss your specific situation, our knowledgeable dental team is here for you. Feel free to bring up any questions or apprehensions during your appointment, and we will address them to ensure you feel confident and informed about your dental care.

Your health and safety are our top priorities. Schedule your appointment with Trinity Dental & Centennial Dental, and let’s work together to maintain your oral health with the utmost care and consideration.

When should a child first visit the dentist?

At Trinity Dental & Centennial Dental, we believe in making dental care a positive and enjoyable experience right from the start! Our “FUN VISITS” are specially designed for your little ones, starting as early as their first birthday or within six months of their first tooth appearing.

Early dental visits are crucial for several reasons. Not only do they allow us to monitor your child’s oral development, but they also provide an opportunity to instill good oral hygiene habits from a young age. Our team is dedicated to creating a welcoming and child-friendly environment, ensuring that your little one feels comfortable and excited about their dental journey.

Watch this video where Dr.Grewal gives you some crucial tips for New Parents!

What languages do you offer support in?

We proudly offer our services in the following languages:
English, French, Hindi, Punjabi, Urdu, Vietnamese, Filipino, Spanish, and Dari/Farsi

Events & Workshops

Waterpik Lunch & Learn

Annual Christmas Dinner

Annual Christmas Dinner

CPR Training