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TRINITY COSMETIC & GENERAL DENTISTRY in Concord, NC is built on a legacy of dental care. Dr. Nikki Jones Bailey combines 96 years of dental care and service from the Jones family tree. We believe in beautifying smiles and maintaining your dental health in a relaxing environment. Begin your legacy of dental care with us today.

We offer a variety of services and accept most dental insurance plans. No insurance, no worries. Ask us about our Trinity Membership $avings Plan.

We’ll Provide You With That Healthy Smile!

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TRINITY COSMETIC & GENERAL DENTISTRY

Our Regular Schedule

Monday:

8:00 am-3:00 pm

Tuesday:

8:00 am-3:00 pm

Wednesday:

8:00 am-3:00 pm

Thursday:

8:00 am-3:00 pm

Friday:

Closed

Saturday:

Closed

Sunday:

Closed

Meet the Doctor

  • Dr. Nikki Jones Bailey

    Kind, caring and professional are some of the attributes given for Dr. Nikki Jones Bailey. She has owned and operated Trinity Cosmetic & General Dentistry in Concord/Charlotte market since 2007.  Her calm demeanor in the office has translated into loyalty and respect with both patients and staff.  Some could say “it’s in her DNA” since the Salisbury, North Carolina native is following a rich dentistry legacy set forth by her father Dr. Clinton M. Jones and grandfather Dr. Lee Clarence Jones.  Dr. Jones Bailey and her team promote oral health for the entire family and educate patients on achieving and maintaining beautiful smiles in a relaxing environment.

Testimonials

What Our Clients Say About Us

    It is a rare find indeed to receive comfort and care at any dentist’s office but it is the norm at Trinity.  From pre-visit reminders to check out, each member of the Trinity team has the comfort and care of the patient in mind even if it means a little conversation to ease the nerves.  Thank you all at Trinity Dental.

    Donna P.

    Great staff and Trinity takes the fear and worry out of the trip to the dentist.  My entire family goes and even my 5 year old son doesn’t mind going.

    Terry S.

    Nobody really LOVES going to the dentist, but it is nice to have smooth sailing when you do!  I have no complaints!

    Shannon P.

    I have been a patient since the beginning and will continue to keep trekking from Charlotte to Kannapolis to visit the Trinity Family!

    Lance P.

    It was a very relaxing visit.  I felt calm and noticed all the measures taken by your office to convey that feeling.  People were calm, talked quiet; the beach scene on the TV was QUITE helpful.  I’m usually quite anxious at the dentist, this was a calm experience.  THANK YOU! 

    Kristine C.

    Staff is extremely friendly, courteous, and professional.  I can tell everyone is sharp and knowledgeable and feel confident in their abilities.  I would highly recommend to friends and family.

    Roberto M.

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