About Ramez Satar, DMD
Dr. Ramez Satar attended UC Berkeley for his undergraduate degree in molecular and cell biology in 2002 before continuing on to Tufts University School of Dental Medicine for his Doctor of Medical Dentistry, which he earned in 2007. He is a member of Golden Key International Honor Society for academic achievement at UC Berkeley. As a dentist, I enjoy the interactions and relationships I've developed over the years. I see my patients as people first and like getting to know them, their lives, their stories, their families, and establishing long-term personal relationships. I am fortunate to have many patients that have referred their friends and families to my practice, making me part of the community. I particularly enjoy the technical aspects of dentistry. I am a stickler for accuracy and I take pride in work done well. Dentistry comes with its share of challenges and I like to take up and overcome these challenges, keeping the patients’ best interests in mind. My goal for every patient is to get the best outcome – long-term improvement in their dental appearance and overall improvement in their oral health. I was born in Kiev, Ukraine. I speak fluent Russian, Farsi, and a bit of Spanish. I graduated from UC Berkeley in 2002. In 2003, I moved to Boston, MA to attend Tufts University School of Dental Medicine from which I graduated in 2007 with the DMD (Doctor of Dental Medicine) degree. For the past ten years, I've been living in San Ramon, California. I enjoy playing tennis and soccer. I also like to play chess. I consider myself a history buff. On the weekends, I like to explore the food and culture of the beautiful Bay Area with my wife. I give presentations to a senior group, educating its members on oral hygiene.