Over 40 million Americans suffer from snoring, and it can be caused by sleep apnea which is an epidemic even here in the “health conscious” San Francisco Bay Area as well as in the US. Continue reading
It seems as though everything in San Francisco is so expensive! From the cost of housing to the cost of lattes!
Here’s something that you may not know. According to a very recent report by real estate agency Paragon, the median house price in the city rose by $205,000 in the first six months of 2018. Continue reading
At Oral Surgery San Francisco, we get asked all the time “how much does it cost to get your wisdom teeth removed?” Continue reading
San Francisco, California – April 27, 2018. Oral Surgery San Francisco is proud to announce a new milestone in terms of customer reviews on the popular Yelp service. The practice now enjoys over 140 reviews. Indeed, the latest reviews on Yelp including many five-star reviews from San Francisco locals who have had a good experience with their wisdom teeth extractions. Continue reading
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
Ah – those pesky wisdom teeth! They have a tendency to cause far more trouble than they are worth. They are called wisdom teeth because they don’t arrive – or erupt as it is called – until your mid-teens and sometimes even later – by which time you are supposed to be old enough to have acquired some wisdom. Continue reading
Many people wonder why we have wisdom teeth if they are really nothing but a nuisance. The fact is that anthropologists believe that wisdom teeth, which are our third set of molars, evolved because our ancestors needed to chew foods like nuts, roots, leaves, and meats which were tough and required more chewing power, which caused excessive wearing of the teeth overall. Continue reading