Angle House, Canons Park
334 Whitchurch Lane, Canons Park, Edgware, HA8 6QX
020 3146 1888
334 Whitchurch Lane, Canons Park, Edgware, HA8 6QX
020 3146 1888
We are located on Whitchurch Lane, a 3 minute walk from Canons Park Underground Station (Jubilee line). Bus numbers 79, 186 and 340 stop just outside our practice.
Parking: Parking is limited on site, although there is plenty of parking on Longcrofte Road with a restriction between 2-3pm.
Facilities:The practice is on the ground floor and accessible to wheelchairs.
|Monday:||9:00am – 5:00pm|
|Tuesday:||9:00am – 5:00pm|
|Wednesday:||9:00am – 5:00pm|
|Thursday:||9:00am – 5:00pm|
|Friday:||9:00am – 5:00pm|
Please note we are closed for lunch each day from 2 - 3pm.
Onsite Tooth Whitening
Teeth Straightening Offered
Discoloured, chipped, broken and missing teeth can compromise your quality of life. Our treatment options will help you achieve the result you desire.
Our approach is to find exactly the right treatment for you.
BDS (2003); MFDS; MSc (Orthodontics); MOrth RCS Edin
GDC No: 82533
Roles and responsibilities: Ashish is dedicated to providing a high standard of care and passionate about the positive effects of orthodontic treatment on confidence and self-esteem. He treats adults and children with a variety of appliances including Invisalign, removable and fixed appliances.
Hobbies: Travel, spending time with family, keeping fit.
BDS (2002); MFDS RCS (2004); MSc (2009); MOrth RCS (2009); FDS RCS (2011)
GDC No: 81129
Roles and responsibilities: Maryam carried out both her undergraduate dental and postgraduate orthodontic training at Guys Hospital, King's College London. She did further training as a senior registrar at The Royal London Hospital. Maryam has been a Consultant Orthodontist since 2012 and work at Northwick Park Hospital. As a consultant she treats complex cases such as those born with a few missing teeth and patients requiring orthognathic jaw surgery. She also teach and train dentists training to become orthodontists. At Angle House, Maryam enjoys creating beautiful smiles for both children and adults using a variety of orthodontic techniques including ceramic brackets as well as aligners. She practices evidence-based orthodontics and keep her knowledge and skills up to date. Maryam is a member of the British Dental Association and the British Orthodontic Society.
Hobbies: Swimmig, yoga, family and friends
BDS Hons (2013), MFDS RCPSG (2015), MOrth RCSEd (2019)
GDC No: 245024
Roles and responsibilities: Chandni is committed to providing excellent orthodontic care to children and adults, with an interest in smile aesthetics and offers a wide range of treatments. She has a friendly mannerism and creates a comfortable environment for her patients.
Chandni graduated in 2013 with a number of distinctions and prizes. She was awarded the UBHT Gold medal for the most outstanding dental student at the University of Bristol. During her postgraduate training in Orthodontics, she was nationally awarded the prestigious William Houston Gold medal for the most outstanding performance in the UK for the Membership in Orthodontics with the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh.
Hobbies: Outside of orthodontics, Chandni enjoys eating out, travelling and yoga.
BDS 2012, MFDS RCPS (Glasgow) 2014, MOrth RCS (Edin) 2019, MSc 201
GDC No: 228821
Roles and responsibilities: Lucy is an Orthodontist with experience providing a high standard of care to both adults and children, with special interests in smile aesthetics. She is passionate about the positive effects of orthodontic treatment on confidence and self-esteem and is committed to working with her patients to create healthy beautiful smiles. Lucy can offer a variety of high quality visible and invisible options for teeth straightening to provide lifelong benefits.
Lucy completed her undergraduate dental studies in Birmingham where she was awarded numerous distinctions. She completed further training in Children’s Dentistry, Adult Special Care and as a Clinical Fellow in Orthodontics before completing her postgraduate training to specialise in Orthodontics. Her treatment of patients for the specialty examination was recognised by the British Orthodontic Society where she was awarded a prize at the British Orthodontic conference.
BDS (Hons), MJDF RCS (Eng), MSc, MOrth RCS (Edin), FDS (Ortho) RCS Ed, FHEA
GDC No: 103257
Owaise qualified as a dentist in 2006 from Manchester Dental School with Honours, during his time as a dental student he was awarded four prizes in recognition of his academic achievements.
He developed an interest in the treatment of anxious patients and as such he completed an MSc in the Control of Pain and Anxiety at the University of Manchester (2008-2010, Merit).
In 2014, he completed 3 years of full time orthodontic specialty training at the Manchester Dental Hospital and obtained his Membership in Orthodontics (MOrth). In 2014 he was awarded two prizes in recognition of excellence in clinical skill including the British Orthodontic Society MOrth Cases Prize. This prize is in recognition of the best-treated cases presented during the immediate past year presented at the British Orthodontic Conference. This is a great honor only awarded to one person annually.
In 2016 he completed a further two years of consultant training at the Eastman Dental Hospital, London and was successful in the Intercollegiate Fellowship Examination.
Currently, Owaise is Clinical Lecturer / Honorary Consultant Orthodontist at the Eastman Dental Institute (UCL, London). His clinical work mainly focuses on providing specialized treatment, the cases are complex cases and many are multi-disciplinary.
He also accepts private referrals in a practice setting (Manchester).
Owaise has always had an interest in research and education; in recognition of his abilities the National Institute of Health Research awarded him a personal fellowship in 2009. To date he has published over 40 articles in peer-reviewed journals and he is examiner for the Royal College of Surgeons of England MJDF examination. In addition, he has lectured in various countries including the UK, USA and UAE. He is currently working towards a PhD at University College London.
Currently, he has a significant role in the training of specialist orthodontists and is also undertaking a PhD at the UCL Eastman Dental Institute. In May 2017 he was awarded the Royal College of Surgeons of England Faculty of Dental Surgery 70th Anniversary Special Research Fellowship to support his PhD.
Outside of work, Owaise enjoys beekeeping, woodwork, going to the theatre, travelling and spending as much time as possible with his wife and family.