Tag Archives: San Francisco Bay Area

You Need an Oral Surgeon for Wisdom Teeth Removal – not Just a Dentist

How do you get the best wisdom teeth removal in San Francisco?

Well, the short answer is that you don’t just go to a general dentist. Some dentists will tell you that they can remove your wisdom teeth, but most will refer you to an oral surgeon because wisdom teeth removal involves surgery. Continue reading

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

Old Timie Tooth Extractions in San Francisco were a Barber’s Business

San Francisco is one of the oldest cities in the US, having been founded on June 29th 1776. Back in those days, if you needed a tooth extraction San Francisco you went to the barber’s shop where they would carry out tooth extraction without anesthesia! You would have to be in pretty severe pain before undergoing that! Continue reading

Many San Franciscans are Lucky, But Most Need Wisdom Teeth Removal

Many trendy hipsters work in downtown San Francisco; it’s a center of commerce as well as technology. Well, these twenty-somethings often need a service – wisdom teeth removal – and they want it done nearby. Fortunately, we offer wisdom teeth extraction services near downtown in the Financial District. Continue reading

Considering Dental Implants in San Francisco? Consider an Oral Surgeon

If you are thinking about having dental implants to replace missing teeth, then you are definitely moving in the right direction. There are other ways to replace missing teeth such as a bridge, but that involves cutting down two perfectly good teeth on the side of the missing one. Continue reading