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Oral Surgery San Francisco Announces New Post on Not Delaying Wisdom Teeth Removal Any Longer Than Necessary

San Francisco, California – May 28, 2020. San Francisco Oral Surgery, a professional clinic focused on high-quality oral surgery outcomes for Bay Area residents, announces a new post on wisdom teeth removal and the importance of not postponing procedures any longer than necessary. Continue reading

Oral Surgery San Francisco Announces Informational Post about Wisdom Teeth Removal and Being Pro-active for 2020

February 2, 2020 – San Francisco, California. San Francisco Oral Surgery, a team of best-in-class oral surgeons in San Francisco, California, is proud to announce a new post about managing wisdom tooth removal early in 2020. Continue reading

Many Oral Surgery Procedures here in SF are Quick and Can be Done at a Time You Wish

Many oral surgery procedures are “in and out” – in other words, quite quick. If this is the case, what you need is an oral surgeon who can meet you late in the afternoon after you have finished work, or perhaps for an early morning appointment on your way in to work. Well, as downtown San Francisco oral surgeons with our office in Sacramento Street in the Financial District, we can help you with that. Continue reading

Some of the Best Oral Surgeons in the World are in San Francisco

San Francisco is noted for being a mecca for professionals. We are not just talking about techies here, although it has plenty of those. Among other things, it also has some great hospitals and some great oral surgeons, and among the latter are our very own Dr Alex Rabinovich who is a leading San Francisco oral surgeon. Continue reading

Ways to Reduce the Cost of San Francisco Wisdom Teeth Removal

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