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SF Oral Surgery Offers Four Decades of Experience and Expertise

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San Francisco Oral Surgery

As oral and maxillofacial surgeons, Dr. Michael Chan, Dr. William Chan, Dr. Kirsten Rittenbach and Dr. Brian Yang manage a wide variety of problems relating to the mouth, teeth and facial regions, and practice a full scope of oral and maxillofacial surgery with expertise. Our oral surgeons specialize in surgical procedures to treat patients with more complicated problems such as wisdom tooth extraction, implant dentistry and more serious procedures related to hard and soft tissue grafting.

Our doctors can also diagnose and treat facial discomfort, injuries, and fractures with advanced knowledge of oral surgery that can quickly eliminate symptoms. Dr. Michael Chan, Dr. William Chan, Dr. Kirsten Rittenbach and Dr. Brian Yang are board-certified in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery and are diplomates of the American Board of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery. Experienced oral surgeons are invaluable when it comes to patients in San Francisco getting the best results possible, and we have four in our office.

San Francisco Tooth Extraction and Dental Implants

Oral surgeons Dr. Michael Chan, Dr. William Chan, Dr. Kirsten Rittenbach, and Dr. Brian Yang provide gentle tooth extraction when saving the tooth is not possible and offer instant restoration with implant dentistry. Our doctors have received additional training in the surgical, dental, and medical procedures required to safely extract teeth and place dental implants with minimal discomfort to patients.

We always have our San Francisco patients’ best interests in mind every time we perform a tooth extraction or implant dentistry. The technology we use is highly advanced to create the most comfortable experience for patients, as well as the best results possible. Our oral surgeons will discuss all possible options with each patient before performing any implant dentistry procedure and will take the time to answer any question to ensure the patient is comfortable and confident before proceeding.

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About Us

Staffed by friendly, devoted, and diligent professionals, our San Francisco practice is committed to providing the highest degree of patient care and services possible. All doctors are trained in oral surgery and capably treat patients that need a tooth extraction and dental implants with advanced knowledge of facial anatomy and structure. Our knowledgeable administrative team facilitates scheduling and is experienced with different insurance policies.

Our highly trained oral surgery staff is fully certified and eager to help make each patient’s procedure a safe and pleasant one. All our staff adheres to the strictest protocols of infection control and sterilization, and all team members are CPR certified, all for the benefit and safety of our patients.

What makes our team unique is we always have the final results in mind when performing any procedure. Whether it’s ensuring our patients are comfortable following a tooth extraction or striving to make their facial appearance look exactly how they envision it following maxillofacial surgery, we go the extra mile to exceed the expectations of our patients. And following the procedure, we will always be available to answer questions, make sure the recovery process is going as planned and periodically check in to ensure complete satisfaction.

Our multilingual team enables us to communicate with patients in their native language. We are very proud of all the members on our team and patients can be assured they are dedicated to each individual patient’s care and oral surgery needs.


Dental Implants
Bone Grafting
Wisdom Teeth Removal
Teeth in a Day/All-on-4®
Oral Pathology
Platelet Rich Fibrin/Plasma

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How Does Periodontal Disease Affect My Dental Implants

December 10, 2018

One of the most common reasons why men and women in San Fransisco lose their teeth is because of periodontal disease. Some of the patients we treat believe that the best way that they can prevent or even reverse this disease might be with implant dentistry. The unfortunate reality is the leading cause of dental …

Dental Bridge Vs. Dental Implants

November 26, 2018

When you have a missing tooth, you can’t simply do nothing and ignore it and expect to have good oral health the rest of your life. The two main options you have for a missing tooth are getting dental implants or a dental bridge. Many patients in San Francisco aren’t sure which option to choose, …