We love and admire UCSF – The University of California, San Francisco. But it might not be the best choice for you for your dental implants. Dental Implants at UCSFThat big brand may have little to do with the quality of your dental implant experience. At least, consider us for a second opinion.

When you need something health related, especially when it can be an investment and may not be covered by your health insurance, we are a great believer in getting a second opinion. After all, why just get one opinion? It could be that there is a better way of doing things.

An Initial Consult on Dental Implants in our Downtown, SF Office

When you are considering dental implants, for instance, you can get a second opinion from University of California, San Francisco too. However, they may have a standard fee for giving you a second opinion about anything, UCSF dental implants included. Here at San Francisco Dental Implant Center our specialist, Dr Alex Rabinovich, offers all patients a consult and a second opinion. So if you want a second opinion about dental implants you can save yourself $700 just by booking an appointment to see him.

Furthermore, Dr Rabinovich is extremely well known among the dental fraternity and he is often asked to speak at dental conventions and also facial surgery conventions because he is a qualified maxillofacial surgeon as well. He has also authored a number of papers about various aspects of his specialty.

When it comes to dental implants, whether UCSF dental implants or not, Dr Rabinovich can carry out a single dental implant, multiple dental implants, or what is known as “teeth in a day”. This latter procedure can replace all your teeth with new ones sitting on dental implants in a single day. So you come to the office with gaps in your teeth, and maybe others yellowing or chipped, and in the afternoon you walk out with a completely new set of teeth. You have a brilliant white smile, and suddenly you can eat the sort of foods that you probably haven’t been able to for years, because your existing remaining teeth simply wouldn’t let you do so.

Certainly, UCSF dental implants may be good, although we can’t say one way or another, but you would have to go a very long way to beat the skills that Dr Rabinovich has acquired over many years. You can book in for your second opinion by clicking on the Contact Us link at the top of the page.