If you need an orthognathic surgeon in Pleasanton, you need to realize that this is more than run of the mill surgery. Certainly, there are oral surgeons in Pleasanton, but when your issue is more complex and needs more specialist work, you may find that your best bet is to come to Oral Surgery San Francisco where you will find Dr. Alex Rabinovich and Dr. Noel Sandler. The office is in the financial district and is convenient for the Bay Bridge and BART.
Our doctors are specialists who have trained in orthognathic surgery and can handle issues such as sleep apnea, TMJ disorder, cleft lip and palate, and other jaw surgery which is best dealt with by experts with sufficient experience.
A Free Consult with an Orthognathic Surgeon
Our doctors are happy to provide all patients with a completely free consult when they will able able to answer all your questions about your specific condition. For example, you may be suffering from TMJ disorder, the symptom of which is headache. For this reason, it is often incorrectly diagnosed as a migraine disorder, and therefore, strong – and often very addictive – pain medication is prescribed. When this fails to produce any result, it can cause considerable frustration and worry that the pain may never go away.
If you think that you might be suffering from TMJ disorder, and are searching for an orthognathic surgeon in Pleasanton, it is necessary to make an appointment to see us ASAP because this can be a degenerative disease. The symptoms of TMJ are generally caused by spasms in the muscles in the neck, shoulders, back, and head, and in turn this is most commonly caused by misalignment in the way that the teeth fit together. The difference can be extremely small, but the body tries to compensate for it, thus causing all the issues from which the patient is suffering. The misalignment is often cause by sports injuries or car accidents.
TMJ disorder can often get worse if it is not tackled as soon as possible. At Oral Surgery San Francisco we use a special 3D scanner which gives us a full 3D picture of the jaw and teeth and is far superior to an ordinary X-ray. This allows the doctor to accurately diagnose the problem and plan the correct course of treatment for you.
It is very likely that TMJ disorder will be covered by your insurance, and the doctor will work with you in order to make certain that your surgery is covered fully as far as possible. Even if it is not fully covered, we have multiple finance options available. It is not worth putting off treating something which will only get worse, so if you are looking for an orthognathic surgeon in Pleasanton, contact us today to make an appointment for your free consult.