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Emergency Dentist Delta

We treat a full range of dental emergencies and will schedule you in as soon as possible for an emergency appointment.

You may experience pain in your mouth at any time. We are here to ensure that you do not endure hours of excruciating pain. Give us a call to book a short-notice appointment and learn more about how we can help you alleviate pain between now and your appointment.

Common Dental Emergencies:

  • Toothache
  • Dislodged Tooth
  • Tooth Breakage or Chipping
  • Filling or Crown Loss
  • Gum or Teeth Bleeding
  • Severe Braces Discomfort
  • Abscess

If you need an emergency dentist Delta, don’t hesitate to contact us. Our team is ready to provide immediate care and relief for all your dental emergencies. Call us now to schedule an urgent appointment and get the help you need.

  • Immediate Pain Relief
  • Urgent Dental Repairs
  • Comprehensive Exam
  • Prompt Treatment
  • Follow-Up Care
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Insurance & Pricing

Fee Guide Pricing

We follow the British Columbia Dental Association Fee Guide to ensure high quality dentistry is affordable and transparent.

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Direct Insurance Billing

We’ll charge your insurance company directly. If your insurance plan doesn’t cover 100% of the treatment, you’ll just have to pay the difference.

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No Insurance, No Problem

Many of our patients pay out of pocket with cash, credit card, debit etc. We also offer in-house financing or third party financing through iDental.

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A dental experience unlike anything you've ever experienced...

We’re Insanely Gentle

We do everything we can to make sure your visit is as comfortable as possible. We want you to love coming to the dentist.

Open Evenings & Weekends

We’re open evenings and Saturdays to accommodate your busy schedule, give us a call or send us an email to book an appointment.

Insurance Accepted

Most of our procedures are covered by insurance. Our office will help you submit your insurance claim. Give us a call to learn more.

Award Winning Care

We have hundreds of 5 star reviews and have thousands of happy patients.

Industry Leading Technology

We invest in the latest and greatest technology for improved comfort and diagnostics.

Accepting New Patients

We warmly welcome new patients to our office and do our best to accommodate short notice appointments.

GENTLE & COMPASSIONATE

Judgement free dentistry.

We know most folks don't like going to the dentist. We use industry leading technology and super gentle techniques to ensure our patients are comfortable. We offer a wide range of solutions for patients with dental anxiety.

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HONEST & TRANSPARENT

High quality dentistry that's accessible to all.

No one wants to be surprised with a bill for their dentistry. We always focus on being extra transparent with what work is being completed, how much treatment will cost, and what portion insurance will cover. We are competitively priced for those who do not have dental insurance.

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Compassionate, Patient Centric Dentistry from Dr. Ahmed Al-Juboori

Our mission is to deliver unparalleled dental care by prioritizing patient comfort, trust and satisfaction. We are committed to creating a welcoming environment where personalized, compassionate care meets advanced technology, ensuring every patient enjoys a positive, stress-free experience and leaves with a healthy, radiant smile.

We promise to always put YOU first!

  • We promise to show you what we see with imaging, educate you on your options, and empower you to make the best decisions for yourself
  • We promise to not push unnecessary treatments on you
  • We promise to respect your time and do everything we can to see you within a few minutes of your appointment
  • We promise to be transparent about pricing and insurance coverage
  • We promise to constantly invest time and money into continuing education and equipment to ensure the highest quality of care
  • We promise to always be respectful, polite, and professional
  • We promise to take our time with you on patient education and treatments, we don’t want you to feel rushed
  • We promise to do everything we can to minimize pain and make you feel comfortable
  • We promise to keep our office environment clean, friendly, and up to date with technology
  • We promise to build a world class dental team. Many of our team members have been with us for over a decade!

Honest, Non-Pushy Dentistry in 3 East Steps

Give us a Call or Book Online

The first step to better oral health is giving us a call to book an appointment online.

Initial Visit

During your first visit we will take some X-Rays and give you a tour of your mouth with our intra oral scanners. Then, we’ll learn about your oral health goals and give you any applicable treatment options.

Next Visit

Once you know what is going on inside of your mouth, you make the treatment decisions that are best for you. We will never be pushy or recommend treatment that you don’t need.

What You Need to Know

When you experience a dental emergency, it is important to follow the correct steps immediately to avoid permanent damage to your bite and smile.

Missing or Dislodged Tooth

A missing or dislodged tooth can be a scary time, but in some cases, it’s fixable, and we’re here to help you manage the pain. The best thing to do if your tooth has been knocked out or dislodged is to place it back in the socket until you can visit your dentist. Rinse your mouth, washing away blood and other harmful particles. If you cannot fit the tooth back into the socket, store it in warm milk, saline, or your own saliva. When handling the tooth, take it by the crown, not the root. Visit your dentist or an emergency room as soon as possible.

Fractured or Broken Tooth

After rinsing your broken tooth with warm water, apply ice to your cheek on the affected side to reduce swelling and sensitivity. Over the counter pain medication may be used to control the pain or discomfort. Visit your dentist as soon as possible. Treatment options vary depending on the severity of the break but your dentist will work with you to develop a custom treatment plan to get your smile back in no time!

Managing Tooth Pain at Home

Minor discomfort and tooth pain can sometimes be remedied at home and may be the result of foreign particles that have been stuck between teeth or gums. It is best to rinse your mouth thoroughly and avoid placing pain medication right on the affected area. If the pain persists, don’t hesitate to contact us and we will fit you in as soon as we can!

Emergency Dentist in Delta, BC

Any dental problem that needs immediate medical help to stop bleeding, relieve severe pain, or save a tooth is considered an emergency. These things can occur due to tooth decay, accidents, broken restorations, facial trauma, a cavity that has reached the nerve, and more. Dental emergencies can also be applied to severe infections that can be life-threatening. At Kennedy Heights Dental Centre, we provide same-day emergency care to help our patients overcome their distressing oral concerns and gain immediate relief.

What Is A Dental Emergency?

A dental emergency is any oral condition that is causing you pain, discomfort, or affecting your quality of life. Emergencies are the worst experiences that many people may have experienced. They are often accompanied by sharp pain, sensitivity to hot or cold, bad breath, etc., and need immediate attention from the dentist.

Why Do You Need Emergency Care?

Emergency care can save your natural teeth, prevent an infection from spreading to the rest of your body, and more. For instance, if your tooth got knocked out in an accident, it may be possible to fix it, but within a short period. If your natural tooth is preserved, you can avoid expensive and painful procedures. You should seek emergency dental care if you experience the following:

  • Toothache that makes it difficult to eat or sleep
  • Knocked-out teeth
  • Broken or loose braces
  • Chipped, cracked, or broken teeth
  • Lost filling or crown
  • Abscess or pimple on the gumline

What To Do In Emergency Situations?

Toothache

A toothache that won’t go away can be a sign of a more severe problem, such as an infection or considerable damage. If your pain continues for more than a few days, you should schedule an emergency appointment right away. Before your visit, you should, from time to time, rinse the area of your toothache with warm water and apply an ice pack to your cheek to manage pain and swelling.

Broken Wires and Braces

If the wire on your braces has broken or popped out of its bracket, adjust it until it’s in a comfortable position. Be careful not to damage the wire, as it could become a choking hazard. If you cannot adjust the wire back, use cotton to cover the wire and call for an emergency dental appointment. We will fix any broken or loose wires on your braces promptly.

Knocked-Out Teeth

A tooth knocked out requires emergency dental care. Before seeking professional help, you should hold your tooth by the crown and rinse the root with water to stop bleeding. Be careful not to remove tissue that may help reattach the tooth later. If the tooth has already been detached from the tissue, place it in a container with milk, and bring it to our office, preferably within an hour of the incident.

Abscess

An abscess is an infection that appears near the root of a tooth or between the teeth and gums. If an abscess is not treated promptly, it might spread beyond the mouth to other parts of the body. Though a saltwater solution can relieve some pain, we strongly recommend visiting our office immediately to prevent complications.

How To Prevent A Dental Emergency?

The best way to prevent a dental emergency is to practice good oral hygiene habits. Oftentimes, poor dental hygiene leads to tooth decay and gum disease. Both of these conditions can cause you pain if you don’t receive treatment as soon as possible. So, make sure you visit your dentist regularly for checkups and cleanings. Also, be sure to brush your teeth at least twice a day and floss daily. Brushing and flossing your teeth removes plaque buildup from your teeth and prevents them from hardening onto your teeth and causing decay. After brushing and flossing, use an antiseptic mouthwash to kill any lingering bacteria and improve your breath.

You can also prevent a dental emergency by wearing a mouthguard when you play sports or engage in activities that could cause injury to your jaw. A mouthguard will keep your teeth and jaw safe during these activities. Lastly, make sure to use scissors and not your teeth to open packages, such as plastic packaging around a new toothbrush. Using scissors over your teeth can lead to chipped or broken teeth. To learn more ways to prevent dental emergencies, speak with your dental care provider at your next appointment.

If you experience a dental emergency, such as a knocked-out tooth, broken tooth, or severe toothache, then contact your dentist right away. If you ignore a dental emergency or try to self-medicate your pain at home, your symptoms could worsen and become permanent. Luckily, if treated quickly, most dental emergencies are temporary and can be corrected with restorative dentistry treatments.

In case of a dental emergency, walk into our Kennedy Heights Dental Centre office at 11960 88 Ave, Delta, BC V4C 3C8. You can also reach us at 778-438-2084 .

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Phone:
(778) 438-2084

Address:
11960 88 Ave, Delta

Hours:
Monday: 9am-6pm
Tuesday: 9am-7pm
Wednesday: 8am-5pm
Thursday: 8am-5pm
Friday: 9:30am-5:30pm
Saturday: 9am-3pm

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