Tag Archives: Oral Surgery

Oral Surgery San Francisco Announces Informational Campaign to Explain the Best Jaw Surgery or Orthognathic Surgery Options

San Francisco, California – September 30, 2019. Oral Surgery San Francisco, led by Bay Area oral surgeon Dr. Alex Rabinovich, is proud to announce a new online publicity campaign about how patients can make informed choices to find the best jaw or orthognathic surgeon for them in the San Francisco Bay Area. Continue reading

Oral Surgery San Francisco Announces New Post on Value of Oral Surgeons for Wisdom Teeth Extraction

San Francisco, California – August 28, 2019. San Francisco Oral Surgery, a leading team of oral surgeons practicing in San Francisco, is proud to announce a blog post concerning the reality of removing wisdom teeth. The post argues that smart patients should consider a well-reviewed oral surgeon for their wisdom teeth extraction needs in San Francisco. Continue reading

San Francisco Oral Surgery Announces Post about the Differences between Oral Surgery and Oral Surgeons in the Quest for Better Teeth

May 16, 2019 – San Francisco, California. San Francisco Oral Surgery, a team of top-rated San Francisco oral surgeons, is proud to announce a new blog post for the Bay Area community with some helpful ideas on the difference between the “procedure” and the “person,” that is, in terms of comparing oral surgery vs. oral surgeons.

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Oral Surgery San Francisco Announces New Post about Bay Area Locals Searching for ‘Oral Surgeons Near Me’

San Francisco, California – May 1, 2019. Oral Surgery San Francisco, led by oral surgeon Dr. Alex Rabinovich, is proud to announce a blog post concerning how to choose ‘the best oral surgeon near me’ during an online search. Bay Area residents might desire to find a top-notch oral surgeon, yet be concerned about proximity. Oral surgery can require beyond-average skills to fix a broken mouth. Meeting with an expert oral and maxillofacial surgeon could be worth traveling a few more miles. Continue reading