Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery San Francisco Announces Post on Personal Stories with a Maxillofacial Surgeon in the Bay Area

San Francisco, California – February 26, 2021. Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery San Francisco a team of hard-working oral surgeons in San Francisco, is proud to announce a new milestone on the clinic blog page. Several blog posts reflect on various reasons for visiting a maxillofacial surgeon in the Bay Area. Continue reading

Oral Surgery San Francisco Can Help With Wisdom Teeth if You Are Working From Home

One of the very few “plusses” of the pandemic is the fact that, if you are working from home, minor surgery such as wisdom teeth extraction in San Francisco can be carried out while you are “at home” without the hassle of having to go back to work. Continue reading

If You Need Orthognathic Surgery, We Provide a Free Consultation

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. Continue reading

Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery San Francisco Announces Post on Personalized Orthognathic Surgery in the Bay Area

San Francisco, California – January 31, 2021. Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery San Francisco, a team of San Francisco Bay Area oral surgeons at https://www.oralsurgery-sf.com/, is proud to announce a new post on the importance of personalized attention for one’s orthognathic surgery needs. Continue reading

The Time To Schedule Oral Surgery Might be Now

A lot of San Francisco residents are working from home at the moment because of the Pandemic, and yet this does present certain opportunities. For instance, if you need any form of San Francisco oral surgery, now would be a very good time to get the work done, for the simple reason that you can recuperate at home and yet still carry on working. Continue reading

If You Have Wisdom Teeth Issues, You Need Them Removed

Many people wonder why wisdom teeth are so called. In the 17th century they were referred to as “teeth of wisdom” which became “wisdom teeth” in the 19th century. They are your third molars, and they generally appear between the ages of 17 and 25 by which time you have attained adulthood, and it is assumed that you have also attained a certain amount of wisdom. Continue reading