Dr. Cameron Mashouf migrated to the United States in 1969 after receiving his DDS degree from the University of Tehran. He completed his Orthodontic Specialty at Loyola University of Chicago and his Master of Science degree in Histology at the University of Illinois in Chicago. He completed a one year fellowship position at the University of Chicago with doctors Tom Graber and Joe Jaraback.
In 1976, he moved to San Francisco and took a teaching position at the Department of Orthodontics, University of Pacific in San Francisco. For the next ten years, along with Dr. Eugene Roberts, he taught Growth and Development at UOP and at Mount Zion Hospital.
From the beginning Dr. Mashouf was involved in the clinical aspect of orthodontics, first in a solo practice in Marin County and later along with Dr. Ray Katz in a combined ortho-pedo practice in San Francisco which spanned over twenty two years.
Dr. Mashouf has been practicing in San Jose since 1987. He also has an Adjunct Associate Professor teaching position at the University of Pacific, Dugoni School of Dentistry in San Francisco.
Dr. Kayhan Mashouf completed his dental education at Boston University School of Dental Medicine. He then matriculated at the University of Colorado in Denver to specialize in orthodontics. Upon completing his residency in February of 2013 with a Certificate of Orthodontic Specialty and a Master of Science Degree in Dentistry, he returned to his hometown of San Jose, CA to join his father’s practice.
Dr. Mashouf’s major area of interest is interceptive orthodontic treatment in younger children (7-9 years of age). He believes that the biological adaptability present at this stage of development is highly advantageous in correcting misaligned teeth and discrepanacies. He also enjoys teaching and has traveled to provide lectures about early mixed dentition treatment, most notably at the annual American Association of Pediatric Dentistry Conference in 2013.