Meet Our Cambie Dental Clinic Team
Dr. Venus Nemati
Dr. Venus Nemati is a general dentist, who graduated with a Doctorate of Dental Surgery from Shiraz University in 2009. She moved to North America in 2009 and completed her dental degree at the University of Washington in the United States in 2016.
Dr. Farinaz Poursoltani
Dr Farinaz Poursoltani began her higher education with a Bachelor’s of Science Degree at the University of British Columbia. With a keen interest to pursue a career in healthcare, she went on to receive her Doctor of Dental Medicine degree at the University of Sydney. In her final year, she worked and lived in rural Australia, providing care for those with limited access. After graduating in 2018, she returned to Vancouver to settle back into the city where she grew up.
Dr. Ivor Levin
Dr. Levin delivers the latest in dental knowledge and technology and blends it with old-fashioned compassion and concern. He graduated from the University of Witwatersrand in 1980 and received the Ernest Borgwardt prize for the best graduate student in clinical and practical Prosthodontics.
Dr. Mohammad Moshtaghi
Dr. Mo was born in Iran and has been practicing dentistry for the past 24 years, dedicating the last 18 years towards Implant Dentistry and Periodontal (gum) surgeries. He has been practicing as a licensed general dentist in Canada since 2015.
Dr. Karen Tjaya
Dr. Karen Tjaya was born in Indonesia, and raised in Vancouver, British Columbia. Her desire to become a dentist and help people achieve their dream smile inspired her to pursue her Bachelor of Science in Biology at the University of British Columbia, following which she earned her Doctor of Dental Medicine degree from the University of Sydney in Australia.
Dr. Wesley Mah
Dr. Mah was born and raised in Vancouver. He received his Doctor of Dental Surgery from NYU College of Dentistry in 2017, after completing his Bachelor of Science and Master of Science degrees in Cell Biology at UBC. Post-graduating, Dr. Mah worked in Kingston, Ontario for one year. In 2018, he returned to Vancouver to be closer to family and friends, and to serve his home community.