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Gum Disease Treatment Delta

Taking care of your gums is an essential part of your oral hygiene. Gum care starts at home, with a daily hygiene routine that includes flossing to clean below the gum line. Your dentist and hygienist will monitor the health of your gums and can recommend the best gum disease treatment options if they detect signs of inflammation or periodontal (gum) disease.

What is Periodontal (Gum) Disease?

Gum disease is a progressive disease that breaks down the gum tissue and bone surrounding your teeth. It is caused by bacteria in plaque and dental calculus. If left untreated, gum disease can lead to tooth loss and contribute to other systemic health problems, including diabetes, cardiovascular disease and dementia.

According to the Canadian Dental Association, 7 in 10 adults will experience gum disease in their lifetime. The good news is gum disease is preventable and can be reversed if it’s caught early enough.

If it’s been more than 6 months since your last professional cleaning, request an appointment today!

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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.


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.


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.


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.


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.


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.

Additional Information

Early Signs of Gum Disease (Gingivitis)

Signs of early gum disease, or gingivitis, include red, swollen gums. Your gums may also be tender or bleeding. It’s important to note that gum disease is often a silent disease – many people don’t notice any symptoms until it’s in its more advanced stages.

Symptoms of periodontal (gum) disease:

  • Red, swollen or sore gums
  • Receding gums
  • Bad breath
  • Pain when chewing
  • Loose or sensitive teeth

You can treat gingivitis at home by eating a healthy diet, brushing your teeth at least twice a day and flossing daily. This will help reduce harmful bacteria in your mouth and give your gums a chance to recover.

Although you can brush away plaque, calculus (hardened plaque) can only be removed by your dental hygienist. Be sure to keep up with regular professional dental cleanings to keep hard-to-reach areas free of bacteria. Most people should get their teeth professionally cleaned at least every six months. Your hygienist may recommend more frequent cleanings depending on the condition of your teeth and gums.

If it’s been more than 6 months since your last professional cleaning, request an appointment today!


Periodontics is a specialized field that focuses on preventing oral and gum disorders, preserving teeth, and supporting overall health. If you want a healthy, attractive smile, gum health must be a priority. At Kennedy Heights Dental Centre, we provide gentle, comprehensive periodontal care and evaluate you for any symptoms of periodontal disease and other oral health conditions.

Importance Of Periodontal Care

As homecare efforts are insufficient, everybody needs regular teeth cleaning in the dental office. Some people are more vulnerable to developing plaque and calculus than others and require more frequent professional cleanings. These cleanings remove the harmful debris accumulated on the teeth and reduce the chances of developing tooth decay. These cleanings also eliminate the bacterial buildup below the gum line to prevent and treat gum disease. If gum disease is left untreated, it advances and harms the bone tissue encircling the tooth roots. This is a reason for tooth loss, discomfort, biting and chewing strength loss, unappealing gum line, bad breath, and inflammation in other body parts.

The oral bacteria that cause gum infections can travel through the bloodstream to other parts of the body. Research has indicated that heart disease, diabetes, and osteoporosis are highly associated with periodontitis and gum infections. Maintaining healthy gums should be a top priority for achieving optimal dental health

What Is Periodontal Disease?

Periodontal disease is an advanced form of gum disease that slowly destroys the teeth and gums. It is caused by bacterial plaque—a sticky film of bacteria that forms on the teeth—which, if not removed, can irritate and inflame the gum tissues. Over time, if left untreated, the bacteria can spread below the gum line causing the gums to separate from the teeth and form spaces called pockets. These small spaces between the teeth and gums make it easier for bacteria and plaque to collect and make it more difficult for the teeth and gums to fight infection. In advanced cases, tooth decay can form within the pockets of the gums and cause tooth loss.

The primary symptoms of periodontal disease are red or swollen gums that may bleed easily; chronic bad breath; sensitive, painful, or loose teeth; and changes in bite alignment. It’s important to note that these symptoms may be signs of other oral health conditions as well, so it’s best to make an appointment with your general dentist to get a proper diagnosis.

Treatment For Periodontal Disease

Treatment for periodontal disease typically involves deep cleaning procedures followed by ongoing maintenance therapy. Deep cleanings are often done under local anesthesia and can typically include scaling, root planing, and polishing. These procedures help to remove harmful bacteria from the surface of the tooth as well as the pocket space between the teeth and gums. The health of your gums and bone structure will also be assessed during a deep clean so that the treatment can be adjusted as needed. Scaling is the careful scraping away of plaque and tartar from the tooth’s surface. Root planing involves smoothing the root surface to prevent future buildup of plaque and tartar. Finally, the tooth is then polished to remove any remaining stains and create a smoother surface that is more resistant to plaque buildup. Follow-up visits will likely be scheduled to monitor the health of your gums and ensure the disease doesn’t reoccur again.

Common Periodontal Diseases & Treatments

What Is Periodontal Disease?

It is a film of colonizing bacteria attempting to attach to the surface of teeth and feed on the carbohydrates on the teeth. The released acid erodes tooth enamel as the bacteria degrade, causing cavities and tooth decay. It is sensible to reduce sugary drinks and starchy foods and clean teeth immediately after consuming them. It would help to floss once a day and brush after meals and at bedtime to keep the bacteria away.

Calculus or Tartar

They are hardened deposits that form on the teeth, above and below the gum line. Tartar is not easily removed and generally requires removal with special instruments by a dental hygienist.

At Kennedy Heights Dental Centre, we provide dental solutions to improve your oral health while transforming smiles. Visit our office at 11960 88 Ave, Delta, BC V4C 3C8, Canada, or call 778-438-2084 and schedule an appointment.

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(778) 438-2084

11960 88 Ave, Delta

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


New patients are always welcome at our practice. Give us a call or book an appointment online.

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