We love dentists. We really, really do! They keep your teeth clean and healthy and that’s the best way to avoid the need for dental implants.

 specialist is needed for dental implants.

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However, dentists can’t work miracles and if you need dental implants you need to see a specialist. In other words, you need don’t need a dental implant dentist in San Francisco; you need a dental implant specialist. General dentists are your first choice for routine care and maintenance, but dental implants are a specialty, so your first choice for that should be us.

We have one of the finest dental implant surgeons in the Bay Area and he has performed thousands of dental implants over the years. He is a specialist in dental implants and does not undertake general dental work. (That’s why we are called San Francisco Dental Implant Center!). Dr Alex Rabinovich is also Medical Director and he is a Board Certified physician with advanced training in Oral Surgery as well as Cranio-Maxillofacial Surgery. He grew up in San Francisco and attended George Washington High School. He then went to UC Berkeley where he earned a Bachelor’s degree in Environmental Biology, graduating with honors at the top of his class.

Dr Rabinovich’s medical training began in New York at Columbia University School of Dental and Oral surgery where he earned his DDS. Following that he went to the State University of New York and graduated with an MD. After this, he underwent a residency at Kings County Hospital, and was then selected for a fellowship at Georgetown University / Posnick Center for Facial Plastic Surgery where he worked alongside some of the leading head and neck surgeons in the world.

If you are looking for a dental implant dentist in San Francisco this is where you should come. As a specialist in dental implants, our doctor uses only the very finest materials and not the cheaper imports that can be found elsewhere. We use state-of-the-art equipment including a 3D CAT scanner for diagnosis and treatment planning, which is far superior to X-rays. This scanner allows us to look at the bone, nerves, tissue, and position of existing teeth, and takes only around 20 seconds to complete. It enables our doctor to examine the quality of bone in the transplant area, determine the precise placement of the implant, select the correct size and type of implants, and avoid any nerves and sinuses.

So while we love dentists in general, for a specialist dental implant dentist in San Francisco make an appointment for a consult with Dr Rabinovich.

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