Angle House, Whetstone
1379 High Road, Whetstone, London, N20 9LN
0203 1467 333
1379 High Road, Whetstone, London, N20 9LN
0203 1467 333
Our practice is located on Whetstone High Road ( the very popular A1000 running from Highgate to Welwyn) , nearest Tube Station is Totteridge & Whetstone on Northern Line. The 34, 234, 263, 326 and 634 Bus stops are just outside of the practice.
There is free parking available on the High Road just outside the practice with very minimal restriction (no parking between 7am-10am on one side of the road and no parking between 4pm -7pm on the other side) and on many side roads nearby. Disabled parking space available in front of the practice.
|Monday:||9:00am – 5:00pm|
|Tuesday:||7:00am - 5:00pm|
|Wednesday:||9:00am – 5:00pm|
|Thursday:||9:00am - 6:00pm|
|Friday:||9:00am – 5:00pm|
|Saturday (2 per month):||9:00am - 2:00pm (Orthodontic appointments only)|
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 (1996) FDSRCS (1998) MSc (2002) MOrth (2003)
GDC No: 72342
Roles and responsibilities: Orthodontic treatment of children and adults, Invisalign, Aesthetic braces.
Bina Saini BDS FDS MSc MOrth qualified in dentistry from the London Hospital in 1996 and worked for 2 years in maxillofacial surgery. Prior to her orthodontic training, she also worked in the paediatric dental and orthodontic department of Great Ormond Street Hospital.
Bina returned to university for a 3 year postgraduate course in orthodontics at the Eastman Dental Hospital where she gained an MSc and qualified with the MOrth in 2003.
Since qualifying as an orthodontist, Bina has worked in specialist practices in North London and in Harley Street.
Bina is dedicated to providing a high level of personal and clinical care as orthodontic treatment has not only health but social and psychological benefits. She also maintains an active involvement in post graduate education and continuing professional development.
Bina is a member of the British Orthodontic Society and is a past orthodontic representative to the local dental committee.
“I always try to treat my patients in the same way I would wish to be treated. Our friendly team approach is aimed at making you as comfortable as possible whilst we create your perfect smile.”
Hobbies: Bina lives in North London with her husband and two children. She enjoys cooking, art and long muddy walks with her family.
BDS (Hons) 2011, MJDF RCS (Eng) 2012, MClinDent (Distinction) 2017, MOrth RCS (Eng) 2018
GDC No: 211395
Role and responsibilities: Orthodontic management of children and adult patients using a range of orthodontic appliances.
Rupal qualified from Kings College London in 2011 and prior to her orthodontic training, she gained experience in various disciplines of dentistry including Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Paediatric Dentistry and Restorative Dentistry.
Rupal completed her specialist training in Orthodontics at the Eastman Dental Hospital and qualified with the MOrth in 2018 when she was awarded the British Orthodontic Society MOrth cases 1st prize and MOrth medal.
Rupal is also currently undertaking further higher specialty training and is involved in postgraduate teaching as well as managing complex multidisciplinary cases.
She is the current treasurer of the British Orthodontic Society Training Grades Group and is a member of the European Orthodontic Society, and has presented at various national and international conferences.
Hobbies: Travelling, playing netball, socialising with family and friends
BDS, MFDS RCS(Edin), MClinDent Prosthodontics, MPros RCS (Edin), PG Certificate in Clinical Education, HEA Fellow.
GDC No: 114634
Role and responsibilities: Sonia works in close collaboration with colleagues in other dental disciplines such as orthodontics, implantology and periodontics. She undertakes the prosthodontic planning of orthodontics and implant patients and provides the restorative management of patients after their complex initial treatment has been completed. Her particular interests lie in tooth wear and the failing dentition and she aims to provide patients with comfortable and long-lasting dentistry that is as conservative as possible by utilising materials and techniques that minimise the need for an invasive approach.
Sonia has worked in a variety of different settings upon qualification including hospital positions at the Royal London Hospital and a teaching post at King’s College London where she was supervising final year dental undergraduates. During this time she also obtained the postgraduate accreditation required to obtain Fellowship of the Higher Education Authority. Sonia has been published in a variety of scientific journals and has presented her Masters research findings at an IADR session in Seattle, USA. She regularly maintains close contact with peers through conferences and study groups to ensure that she maintains best practice standards for her clinical work.
Outside of work, Sonia enjoys spending time with family and friends as well as cooking vegetables from her parents allotment, floristry and running. She is also thinking of keeping bees.
BDS MFDS RCSEd MClinDent Periodontology
GDC No: 211323
Roles and responsibilities: Anjali has completed her specialist training in Periodontology at the prestigious Eastman Dental Hospital. Her passion lies in promoting oral health and treating patients who are concerned about losing their teeth.
Since qualifying as a dentist she has gained a broad range of dental experiences including hospital placements in oral medicine, restorative dentistry and oral surgery as well as general practice. During this time, she gained her MFDS qualification.
She is an active member of the British Society of Periodontology and has attended numerous national and international conferences allowing her to continuously further her knowledge in the latest developments in research.
Periodontal disease affects the gums and supporting structures of the teeth which can lead to tooth loss. Anjali is committed to providing the highest standard of care and strongly believes in a holistic approach allowing her to help patients reduce the burden of periodontal disease on oral and general health.
Hobbies: In her spare time, Anjali enjoys choreographing and performing Indian dance, listening to music and photography.
BDS 2012, MFDS RCPS (Glasgow) 2014, MOrth RCS (Edin) 2019, MSc 2019
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.