7x7 Dental Implant & Oral Surgery Specialists offers the full scope of oral and maxillofacial surgery to patients of all ages in the San Francisco area. Each of our offices is equipped with state-of-the-art technology, where you can expect to receive gentle and comprehensive care by our passionate team. Every patient is different, and whether you’re looking for replacements for missing or damaged teeth or have recently suffered a traumatic facial injury, our oral surgeons have undergone years of extensive training to assess and treat a wide range of oral surgery conditions.
Many patients who come to our practice have never undergone oral surgery treatment and may not know what to expect. Don’t worry, we’re here to help! We are happy to offer access to our website, where you can find detailed information about all of the procedures we offer, office locations, backgrounds of our specialists, and other helpful information.
Dental implants are a realistic-looking, long-lasting tooth replacement option that can replace one or more missing or damaged teeth.Learn More
It is recommended that wisdom teeth are removed during the mid to late teen years to avoid oral complications from arising in the future.Learn More
We offer full-arch restoration, which replaces an entire arch of teeth on as few as 4 dental implant posts, giving you a new, complete smile in as fast as a day!Learn More
Jaw surgery, also called orthognathic surgery, is needed when the teeth don’t seem to fit in the jaws or the jaws do not align properly.Learn More
A bone graft is used to promote bone growth in the area where an implant is to be placed, ensuring a healthy and stable implant site that will last.Learn More
If a canine tooth is stuck beneath the gums, it is considered to be impacted, and an expose and bond procedure is used to help it successfully emerge.Learn More
If a tooth is unable to be saved by other conventional means, it may need to be extracted to preserve the health of the remaining teeth and protect your oral health.Learn More
There are many tooth replacement options, such as different types of implants, that can complete your smile and restore confidence.Learn More »
If there is any abnormality to the normally smooth and coral pink lining of the mouth, pathology may be present that could indicate disease.Learn More »
A specially trained oral surgeon is needed to assess and treat facial trauma to ensure the mouth, neck, and teeth heal properly while keeping teeth aligned.Learn More »
Pre-prosthetic surgery involves reshaping or smoothing your teeth so that future dentures or oral appliances will fit comfortably.Learn More »
Disorders with the temporomandibular joint (TMJ) can cause pain or clicking sounds when you open your mouth and can be treated with oral surgery.Learn More »
This procedure treats deformities of the oral and facial skeleton by slowly moving apart bony segments to allow new bone to grow and fill in the gap.Learn More »
Oral surgery can help treat severe sleep apnea so you can breathe more easily and have a more restful night’s sleep without obstruction.Learn More »