Tag Archives: Jaw Surgeon San Francisco

Oral Surgery San Francisco Announces Posts on Wisdom Teeth Removal and the Need for an Innovative Jaw Surgeon in the Bay Area

San Francisco, California – November 24, 2020. San Francisco Oral Surgery, a team of oral surgeons working in San Francisco, California, is proud to announce three new posts on wisdom teeth extraction and the need for an innovative oral surgeon. Many Bay Area residents are on the younger side and thus are good candidates for wisdom teeth extraction. Continue reading

For Jaw Problems in the Bay Area You Need an Orthognathic Surgeon

Orthognathic” is such a hard word – hard to say, hard to sell, weird! It comes from the Greek “gnathos” which means cheek or jaw, and “ortho” meaning straight. For practical purposes it means “jaw” as in “jaw surgeon.” Continue reading

Oral Surgery San Francisco Announces Post on Finding the Best Jaw Surgeon in the Bay Area

November 1, 2020 – San Francisco, California. San Francisco Oral Surgery, a team of oral surgeons working in San Francisco, California, is proud to announce a new post on finding the best jaw surgeon in the Bay Area. The post explains that there is no single criterion for identifying even the top-rated surgeons in the region. Continue reading

Considering Your Jaw and Your Search for the Best Jaw Surgeon in the San Francisco Bay Area

Like many parts of the human body, your jawbone is something that you may take for granted. However, just think for a second of the tremendous pressure that is created when you chew on food! The human jaw is literally a crushing device! Imagine just how much pressure is created when you chew on an apple, or better still, a nut. It is considerable. Continue reading

The Best Jaw Surgeon for any type of Bay Area Jaw Surgery

There are two sorts of jaw surgery in San Francisco. One is emergency surgery, as for instance after a car or motorcycle accident. The other sort is what is described as elective, or optional surgery. This is something that you might plan to have done if you have something such as a drastic underbite or over bite. Continue reading