Tag Archives: San Francisco

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

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

Multiple Financing Options For Wisdom Teeth Removal in San Francisco

Many people wonder why we have wisdom teeth when there seems to be no need for them and most people have to have them extracted anyway. Anthropologists believe that they were needed by our ancestors who had to chew raw meats, nuts, leaves, and roots, but as we evolved so did our diet. Today we have softer foods and we also have those marvelous inventions the knife, fork, and spoon, and so we no longer need to chew anywhere near as much. Continue reading

Oral Surgery San Francisco Announces Post on Finding a San Francisco Emergency Oral Surgeon in a Crisis

San Francisco, California – September 27, 2018. Oral Surgery San Francisco, a leading practice under oral surgeon, Alex Rabinovich, is proud to announce a blog post for choosing an emergency oral surgeon in the event of a crisis or other oral event. Continue reading

San Francisco Oral Surgery Announces Post on Affordable Options for Wisdom Teeth Extraction

San Francisco, California – December 31, 2017. San Francisco oral surgeon, Dr. Alex Rabinovich, is proud to announce a new blog post on wisdom teeth extraction in San Francisco. The post overviews the issues at the intersection between what needs to be done and the differing payment or insurance issues of each individual patient. Continue reading