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Wisdom Teeth Removal Delta

Wisdom teeth can cause infection, crowding, or decay in your mouth and are not integral to the structure of your mouth.

We may suggest that you have them removed if we believe they pose a potential risk to your oral health. Removal is safe, painless, and effective.

Key Benefits:

  • Simple and common procedure
  • Prevent infection/decay
  • Prevent crowding

Some reasons for removal include:

An impacted tooth: The tooth cannot break through the gums correctly because the jawbone is not big enough to facilitate the tooth

A partially erupted tooth: The tooth has only partially broken through the gum and cannot form a proper seal against the gums, which may result in infection

An angled tooth: The tooth erupts at an angle creating risk to surrounding teeth and possible oral pain

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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 About Wisdom Teeth Removal in Delta

Wisdom teeth removal in Delta is a common procedure to prevent potential dental issues caused by impacted or misaligned wisdom teeth. Our practice offers professional wisdom teeth extraction services to ensure your oral health and comfort. If you are experiencing pain, swelling, or other symptoms related to your wisdom teeth, it may be time to consider removal.

What is Wisdom Teeth Removal?

Wisdom teeth removal is a surgical procedure to extract one or more of the third molars located at the back of your mouth. These teeth, commonly known as wisdom teeth, often emerge during late adolescence or early adulthood. Due to limited space in the jaw, wisdom teeth can become impacted, leading to pain, infection, and other dental problems.

The Wisdom Teeth Removal Process

The process of wisdom teeth removal includes the following steps:

  1. Consultation and Examination: During your initial visit, we will conduct a thorough examination, including X-rays, to assess the position of your wisdom teeth and determine if removal is necessary.
  2. Preparation: We will discuss the procedure, answer any questions, and provide pre-surgery instructions to ensure you are well-prepared.
  3. Surgery: On the day of the procedure, we will administer local or general anesthesia to ensure your comfort. The wisdom teeth will then be carefully extracted.
  4. Post-Operative Care: After the surgery, we will provide you with detailed post-operative care instructions to promote healing and manage any discomfort.

Wisdom Teeth Removal in Delta

The wisdom teeth are the last molars to emerge on each upper and lower arch side. Most people don’t feel them coming in until they are in their late teens or early twenties. Typically, these molars can erupt through the gum line without causing problems. However, for some, the eruption of wisdom teeth can come with complications. At Kennedy Heights Dental Centre, we offer wisdom teeth removal to avoid any potential complications that can arise when your molar teeth erupt.

Wisdom teeth are the third and final set of molars that erupt between the ages of 17 and 25. Although they’re called wisdom teeth, these teeth usually appear much later than the age when most individuals are wise.

Wisdom teeth usually erupt during people’s late teens or early 20s. It can be tricky for a dentist to determine when an individual’s wisdom teeth will actually emerge because every person’s mouth grows differently. Many people simply do not have enough room for their wisdom teeth when they grow, which can cause them to become impacted. Impacted wisdom teeth can cause infections and other oral health complications.

What Are Impacted Wisdom Teeth?

An impacted wisdom tooth is trapped underneath the gums. It is uncommon for an impacted tooth to ever erupt on its own, which is why surgical intervention is necessary. Hence it is practical to have them removed before they can cause further damage to the neighboring teeth and nerves.

Why Have Wisdom Teeth Removed?

Generally, there is not much room in the mouth for wisdom teeth, causing them to grow sideways or never fully emerge. This is known as impaction and can cause several problems, such as infections, cysts, and damage to other teeth. If not treated promptly, wisdom teeth can lead to expensive surgical or orthodontic treatments that patients can rather avoid.

Here are some of the reasons to have your wisdom teeth removed.

  • Impaction – If your teeth do not grow at the proper angle, they can become impacted. An impacted tooth is one that is unable to break through the gums, causing pain and swelling around the affected area. In some cases, an impacted wisdom tooth can damage neighboring teeth or cause an infection to develop. Removing your wisdom teeth can prevent this issue from occurring. While some people may not have any issues with their third molars, others may experience problems down the line. It is best to extract them early to prevent these issues.
  • Cysts – If your teeth are impacted far below the surface of your gum line, you may develop cysts. These fluid-filled sacs are often painful and cause pressure to build up in the mouth. The tissue around them can become infected as well. It is generally best to extract these teeth right away.
  • Dental Crowding – When your wisdom teeth come in at an improper angle, they may force other teeth to move or become overcrowded. This can result in crooked teeth or a misaligned bite. Removing these teeth can help prevent this from occurring.
  • Gum Disease – When your teeth are crowded, or you have a poor oral hygiene routine, you may be more likely to develop gum disease around adjacent teeth. This makes removing your wisdom teeth all the more important. Without the third molars, you can prevent further complications from developing.

Benefits of Wisdom Teeth Extraction

  • Extracting the wisdom teeth can prevent infections, dental shifting, and damage to adjoining teeth or gum tissue. Future treatment for oral health problems like these can be pretty expensive.
  • The earlier wisdom teeth are removed, the quicker the recovery period. Minor, less-developed molars are easier to extract. Faster healing means less time away from your other activities.
  • There are often fewer complications, such as swelling, bleeding, and discomfort, when wisdom teeth are extracted at a younger age. An easier, quicker, complication-free recovery converts into lower costs for you.

Wisdom Teeth Removal Surgery

After you consult with our dentist, we will take 3D scans of your mouth and discuss your options for anesthesia. In case of extreme anxiety, we offer sedation options to make you comfortable throughout the wisdom tooth removal.

We will begin the surgery by making incisions in the gum tissue to expose the teeth and then remove them using dental tools. Impacted wisdom teeth may need to be broken down into tiny pieces for easier removal. The incision site will be closed with dissolvable stitches to promote speedy healing. Then you will rest until the anesthesia wears off.

Aftercare for Wisdom Teeth Extractions

You should remain on a soft diet for at least three days following the wisdom teeth removal surgery. A regular diet can be gradually introduced after this period. Avoid smoking or using a straw, as this could disturb the blood clot and result in a dry socket.

To learn more about our wisdom tooth extractions, visit our office, Kennedy Heights Dental Centre, at 11960 88 Ave, Delta, BC V4C 3C8, Canada. You can also reach us at 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


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