For Dental Implants in Oakland, Come Back Across the Bay to SF

Many serial entrepreneurs and hipsters have left the “uptight” San Francisco and moved “across the bay” in search of cheaper rents and a more laid-back lifestyle in Oakland.

The best Oakland dental implants are in SF.

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And let’s face it, it’s a pretty big city – almost half the size of SF with over 400,000 residents.

There is a lot to do there, too, with the Oakland Museum of California, Redwood Regional Park, the beer gardens and microbreweries uptown, Chinatown, Chabot Space & Science Center, UC Botanical Garden, and a whole lot more besides. Compared with the hustle and bustle of San Francisco, it is a more easy way of life.

Having said that, if you are looking for Oakland dental implants it’s well worthwhile making the trip back across the Bay to the City where you will find San Francisco Dental Implant Center in the Financial District. The name is a bit of a giveaway really, because our two doctors, Dr Alex Rabinovich and Dr Noah Sandler are specialists in dental implant work. Certainly, they are perfectly competent to undertake drilling and filling, dental hygiene, and other routine dentistry work, but they don’t. They spend all day and every day carrying out dental implant work, and the result is that they are much more experienced than general dentists who do the occasional dental implants here and there.

Dental Implants Are Not Cheap

Let’s be honest here: dental implants are not cheap. But they are the best form of replacement teeth that you could ever possibly have since they function in exactly the same way that your original teeth did. If you need replacement teeth, dentures don’t even come close to dental implants. Neither do procedures such as a bridge, which involves cutting down two perfectly good teeth on either side of the missing one. Who would ever want to do that when you can have Oakland dental implants in San Francisco?

Dental implants are not only as good as your original teeth, but in some ways better, because they won’t suffer from gum disease in the same way your original teeth did. The implant is screwed into your jawbone, and the bone then undergoes a period of osseointegration, which in layman’s terms means that it clamps tightly to the implant.

Another reason for coming across the water to San Francisco Dental Implant Center is that our doctors only ever use the very finest implants. They firmly believe that their patients deserve nothing less than the best, so they simply will not use cheap imports which you might find used at other dentists’ offices.

So the answer is clear: if you want the best Oakland dental implants, they are in San Francisco.


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