Tag Archives: Wisdom Teeth

Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery San Francisco Announces New Post on Wisdom Teeth Extraction Issues

August 27, 2021 – San Francisco, California. Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery San Francisco, a team of top-rated oral surgeons is proud to announce a new post on the topic of wisdom teeth extraction for San Francisco residents. The post argues that procrastinating on oral surgery can result in increased pain and discomfort from impacted wisdom teeth. Continue reading

Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery San Francisco Announces New Post on Oral Surgery and Second Opinions on Wisdom Teeth Extractions

San Francisco, California – May 31, 2021. Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery San Francisco, a top-rated oral surgery clinic, is proud to announce a new post on the value of second opinions, especially, but not only, for wisdom teeth extraction. Continue reading

If You Have Jaw Problems, Oral Surgery SF Offers a Free Consultation

Your jaw, teeth, mouth, and appearance are all very important. Not just for how you look but also for your health. Yet some people suffer from jaw issues for years without doing anything about them which is so unnecessary. We live in the 21st century today, and we have procedures available to handle all type of issues with the jaw and mouth so there is no need to suffer in silence. Continue reading

Oral Surgery San Francisco Can Help With Wisdom Teeth if You Are Working From Home

One of the very few “plusses” of the pandemic is the fact that, if you are working from home, minor surgery such as wisdom teeth extraction in San Francisco can be carried out while you are “at home” without the hassle of having to go back to work. Continue reading

Having Wisdom Teeth Removed May Be Scary, but We Make It Simple

Having wisdom teeth removed is something that scares many people, often because it is the first time they have ever needed any sort of surgery in their lives. So the result is that they put it off. And they put it off some more. And this can go on until the pain becomes too much to bear and they really have to accept the inevitable. Continue reading