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If You Have Jaw Problems, Oral Surgery SF Offers a Free Consultation

Your jaw, teeth, mouth, and appearance are all very important. Not just for how you look but also for your health. Yet some people suffer from jaw issues for years without doing anything about them which is so unnecessary. We live in the 21st century today, and we have procedures available to handle all type of issues with the jaw and mouth so there is no need to suffer in silence. Continue reading

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 Announces Second Post on Wisdom Teeth Extraction Post-Coronavirus

August 1, 2020 – San Francisco, California. San Francisco Oral Surgery, a professional team of oral surgeons in San Francisco, California, is proud to announce a new post on the importance of wisdom teeth extraction post Coronavirus. One of the unforeseen consequences of the Coronavirus shutdown has been the postponement of necessary dental procedures, such as wisdom teeth extractions. Continue reading

Dr. Alex Rabinovich Is One of the Foremost Bay Area Oral Surgeons

If you are looking for the best Bay Area oral surgeons, there is no clear, objective definition of what it means to be the “best” oral surgeon. There are many excellent oral surgeons right here in San Francisco, and our Dr. Alex Rabinovich works very hard to be the best oral surgeon for each and every patient. Continue reading

Unfortunately, Wisdom Teeth Will Not Stop Growing Because of Coronavirus

Those pesky wisdom teeth do not stop growing just because there’s a pandemic. Sadly. However, more and more people are putting off these “elective” surgeries. We’re doing everything we can to comply with the laws and regulations in San Francisco, but we’re also looking forward to the legal and orderly re-opening. Continue reading