Meet Dr. Neda Setareh

“I am blessed by my interaction with so many diverse people. I learn something new from my patients and I benefit from their experience and knowledge. My life is enriched by the patients' kindness and generosity. I enjoy the lasting bonds of friendship that we share over the years and truly hope that I am able to be of service to them.” – Dr. Setareh

Dr. Neda Setareh grew up in Westlake Village, California. As an undergraduate student at UCLA she studied biology and was a Regents Scholar. Here, Dr. Setareh developed a keen interest in the health sciences, as well as arts and aesthetics. Her decision to pursue a career in dentistry came naturally, as the field perfectly combines her academic and artistic interests with her desire to serve and help others live happier and healthier lives.

Upon graduating from the UCLA Dental School in 1998, Dr. Setareh was recognized by the American Association of Women Dentists for her outstanding leadership and academic excellence. Since that time, Dr. Setareh has not stopped learning and growing within her field, and she has committed herself to building a wide repertoire of experience while performing all aspects of general and cosmetic dentistry.

Dr. Setareh strives to serve the Camarillo community with nothing but the most effective, efficient, and beneficial treatments available while creating long-lasting and professional relationships with each of her patients. To this end, she is committed to staying at the forefront of all the latest developments, trends, and techniques within dentistry by taking many continuing education courses. Dr. Setareh is also a member of the American Dental Association, the California Dental Association, the Santa Barbara-Ventura County Dental Society, and Invisalign® Study Club.

Outside of the office, Dr. Setareh enjoys yoga, hiking, and spending time with her husband, two daughters, and extended family and friends. She teaches classes for the spiritual education of children based on the Baha'i Faith. It is her belief that children should have a moral education, along with education in the arts and sciences, so that they can grow to serve and benefit mankind. Daily, she finds inspiration in this quote:

“Strive that your actions day by day may be beautiful prayers. Enrich the poor, raise the fallen, comfort the sorrowful, bring healing to the sick, reassure the fearful, rescue the oppressed, bring hope to the hopeless!” – Abdul-Baha

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