Tag Archives: Wisdom Teeth Extraction San Francisco

Wisdom Teeth Removal Is Not Stupid – In Fact It’s The Smart Thing To Do

Some people are of the opinion that wisdom teeth extraction is a stupid thing to do. However, the opposite is the truth. It’s the smart thing to do. If you have ever heard the expression “a stitch in time saves nine” it could be very aptly applied to having wisdom teeth removed. Continue reading

San Francisco Oral Surgery Releases Post on Wisdom Teeth Removal Costs for the Millennial Generation

San Francisco – California – March 31, 2018. San Francisco oral surgeon, Dr. Alex Rabinovich, is proud to release a new blog post for the 20-something generation in the Bay Area focused on responsibly managing wisdom teeth extraction issues. The post argues that managing the time and cost for wisdom teeth removal may be part of being a young adult. Continue reading

The Cost Of Wisdom Tooth Removal Has to Be Met Somehow, But Leaving It Could Cost You More

Many San Franciscans worry about the cost of wisdom teeth removal in San Francisco, but the cost of NOT removing them when they are causing problems can be far greater, both in terms of your health as well as your pocket. Continue reading

The #1 Question We Get Asked About the Cost Of Wisdom Teeth Removal – After “Will It Hurt?” – Is About Insurance

There is no doubt that the #1 question we get asked about wisdom teeth removal in SF – after “Will it hurt?” – is about insurance. (Spoiler alert: the answer to “Will it hurt? is, unfortunately, yes to some extent). However, the answer about insurance is also yes, we do accept payment from a wide range of insurance companies. Continue reading

Oral Surgery San Francisco Announces New Post on Cost of Wisdom Teeth Removal in San Francisco

San Francisco, California – January 30, 2018. Oral Surgery San Francisco and Dr. Alex Rabinovich are proud to announce a new blog post on one of the proverbial “pain points” for those seeking a wisdom teeth extraction, namely the issue of costs. The reality is that many patients just go to a referred oral surgeon, when a little shopping can identify an oral surgeon who may be less expensive, take insurance, and/or provide better quality options. Continue reading

San Francisco Oral Surgery Announces Post on Wisdom Teeth Extraction for San Francisco Residents Focused on Due Dates

December 21, 2017 – San Francisco, California. San Francisco oral surgeon, Dr. Alex Rabinovich, is proud to announce a new informative post for wisdom teeth extraction for San Francisco residents. Removing wisdom teeth can happen around any age, yet the best time for removal could around the early twenties. Bay Area residents older than twenty-five may still have wisdom teeth and be overdue for an extraction. Continue reading

Top Oral Surgeon in San Francisco, Alex Rabinovich, Announces New Blog post for Wisdom Teeth Extraction in San Francisco

San Francisco, California – October 31, 2017. San Francisco oral surgeon, Dr. Alex Rabinovich, is proud to announce several new blog posts regarding wisdom teeth extraction in San Francisco. Residents may be concerned about the pain of oral surgery procedure and recovery. The new blog posts offer insight to wisdom tooth extraction. Patients may find oral surgery more comfortable than realized. Continue reading

San Francisco Oral Surgeon, Dr. Alex Rabinovich, Announces New Advertising on Wisdom Teeth Extraction for San Francisco Residents

San Francisco, California – September 28, 2017. Dr. Alex Rabinovich, a top-rated oral surgeon in San Francisco, has announced enhanced advertising regarding wisdom teeth extraction for San Francisco residents. The new campaign, launched on Google and Bing in September, emphasizes the importance of a second opinion when selecting an oral surgeon for wisdom teeth extraction. Continue reading

Wisdom Teeth Extraction in San Francisco? Get a Second Opinion!

Many people are unaware of why our wisdom teeth are so called. The answer is that they do not erupt in the mouth (erupt simply means grow and appear) until somewhere between the ages of 16 and 25. It is assumed that, by this age, we have learned some of life’s early lessons, and therefore gained some wisdom. (Get it?) Continue reading