San Jose Endodontics | Dr. Gary W. Moss
Dr. Gary W. Moss graduated from the University of California, Berkeley in 1966, and after serving in the military entered Loyola School of Dentistry and graduated with honors in 1972. He completed a rotating internship at the Veterans Administration Hospital in Sepulveda, California in August of 1973. His next ten years were spent as a general dentist in San Jose, California. Because of his passion in dentistry he returned to Loma Linda University to earn his postdoctoral specialty in endodontics in 1983. Immediately after graduating he opened his office again in San Jose, California where he is currently practicing.
He is a member of the Santa Clara County Dental Society, California Dental Association, American Dental Association, Northern California Academy of Endodontics, California State Association of Endodontists and American Association of Endodontists.
Dr. Moss grew up in the Santa Clara Valley and raised his three children in Los Gatos, California where he currently resides with his wife Shala. He has been active in the community coaching children sports. He enjoys racquetball, snow skiing, wakeboarding, bodyboarding, motorcycling and gardening.
San Jose Endodontics | Dr. David Y. Chow
Dr. David Y. Chow graduated from the University of Western Ontario before attending Case Western Reserve University, School of Dental Medicine where he obtained his Doctor of Dental Surgery degree in 1998. He completed a general practice residency at Northwestern Memorial Hospital and stayed on staff until 2001. His desire to specialize led him to enroll at Marquette University School of Dentistry, where he completed a Masters of Science degree in Endodontics in 2004 and began practicing Endodontics in New Jersey.
He is a member of the Santa Clara County Dental Society, California Dental Association, American Dental Association and American Association of Endodontists.
Dr. Chow grew up in Canada and now resides in his new home in Los Altos, California with his wife Elaine and their two children. He enjoys motorcycling, golfing and skiing.
Dr. Simi Rafati
Dr. Sima Rafati received her bachelor degree of arts with honors and distinction majoring in Genetics from the University of California, Berkeley in 1989.
She graduated from the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) Dental School and was elected to the dental honor society of Omicron Kappa Upsilon in 1994. During her dental training, Dr. Rafati was involved in teaching and research and received Martin Scholarship and California Dental Association Scholarship for her outstanding academic performance and abilities.
Dr. Sima Rafati completed her orthodontic training at UCSF in 1997. Dr. Rafati also completed a master’s degree in oral biology in 1997 at UCSF. She has received the award for exceptional interest in the development of Oro-facial complex from the American Association of Orthodontics.
Dr. Rafati began practicing orthodontics in San Jose in 1997. In addition to treating children and adolescents, Dr. Rafati acquired extensive experience in multi-disciplinary adult orthodontic treatment working in concert with other dental specialists. In 2007 she began her own practice in San Jose. Building on her strong background and incorporating state of the art technology, she has created a comfortable and efficient environment providing extraordinary service and quality of care.
Dr. Rafati joined Align Technology at its conception as a staff orthodontist and has been treating cases with the Invisalign® appliance since 2001. As an Assistant Clinical Professor, Dr. Rafati has taught clinical orthodontics, and orthodontic diagnosis and treatment planning at UCSF.
Dr. Rafati is a member of the American Association of Orthodontists, Pacific Coast Society of Orthodontists, California State Society of Orthodontists, American Dental Association, California Dental Association and Santa Clara County Dental Society.
Dr. Rafati is a mother of two beautiful children and loves outdoor activities with her family.
Dr. Aman Bhullar
Thank you for allowing me to introduce myself to you. I have recently joined Dr. Charles Bocks dental practice and very excited to join this wonderful team of oral health professionals.
I knew early on in my career planning that I wanted to be in a scientific and/or clinical field of some sort, but that I also wanted to help people. Having been in the chair too many times for my own liking, I can honestly say that I understand what it feels like to be the patient. I found my fit in a field where care and compassion are so very important. My career in dentistry provides me with the perfect combination of practicing science and compassion. I have the opportunity every day to make a difference and I find this to be extremely fulfilling.
I was born and raised in Vancouver, British Columbia. I graduated from the University of British Columbia (UBC), where I earned a Bachelor of Science degree with a focus on Cell Biology and Genetics in 1998. I spent the next year conducting research at UBC and was privileged to have co-authored an article in the Journal of Periodontology examining Biofilm in Dental Unit Waterlines. I graduated as Class President from Temple University, School of Dentistry in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania with a Doctor of Dental Medicine (DMD) degree in 2004. I met my wife while attending dental school and we have been happily married since 2005.
After completing dental school, I returned to the Vancouver suburbs and started two very successful dental practices from scratch. The opportunity to develop patients trust and genuine interest in their well being brought an infinite amount of satisfaction to me. After much consideration and careful thought, our family made the decision to move to the Silicon Valley in 2017. The main reason for our transition to the Bay Area was to provide our children the best opportunity for educational opportunities as they get older. We felt the Silicon Valley would give them the most exposure to the dynamic digital world we are constantly surrounded in.
I recently was awarded my fellowship (FICOI) from the International Congress of Oral Implantologists (ICOI). To achieve this status, a dentist must document their successful dental implant cases, complete a minimum of 75 hours of continuing education in implant dentistry, submit a letter of reference from another ICOI fellow, and complete an additional 75 hours of continuing education in implant dentistry with 5 years of receiving the fellowship.
Continuing to stay abreast of the best therapies and treatments for my patients drives my passion for further education. I am spending over 580 hours in 2019 to bring the most current skills and techniques to our team.
Outside of the office you will find my wife and I trying to keep up with our 4 daughters busy schedules. I have enjoyed coaching my daughters, basketball volleyball and softball teams in Almaden. I am an avid hockey fan and recreational men's league player. I am still a Vancouver Canucks fan at heart but learning to like the Sharks!
Please drop in and say hello, I would love to meet you and help you with your smile!