Angle House Chingford
237 Hall Lane, Chingford, London E4 8HX
020 8559 4272
237 Hall Lane, Chingford, London E4 8HX
020 8559 4272
We are 10 mins walk from Chingford Mount.
Buses to Chingford Mount: Bus 444, Bus 97, Bus 215, Bus 397, Bus 158, Bus W16
Parking: There is plenty of free parking on Waverley Avenue.
Facilities: The practice is on the ground floor and accessible to wheelchairs.
Monday:9:00am – 6:00pm
Tuesday:9:00am - 6:00pm
Wednesday:9:00am - 6:00pm
Thursday:9:00am - 5:00pm
Friday8:00am - 5:00pm
Saturday8:00am – 1:30pm
Please note we are closed for lunch each day from 2:00pm - 3:00pm.
Tel 0854 222 4141
Fax 022 7224 3294
DDS (1996), MFDRCSI (2001), MSc (DentImp)
GDC No: 83100
Roles and responsibilities: Nazir is a staff grade surgeon in Oral Surgery at the Northwest London Hospitals. He has been in this post for more than 12 years and he has been working in oral & maxillofacial surgery since qualification in 1996. He has a master degree in Implants dentistry and has been carrying out dentoalveolar surgery and dental implants treatment as a visiting surgeon at high street private practices and NHS referral centres in London.
DDS (Greece) 2010, MClinDent (Oral Surgery) 2016, MOral Surg (Eng) 2017
Roles and responsibilities: Dr Kyrtsos qualified as a Dentist from the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece in 2010.He started his clinical career as a General Dentist in the Greek Military Hospital, where he developed a special interest in oral surgery.In February 2012 Michalis moved to the UK where he worked as an associate in a mixed NHS/private practice. In 2013 he commenced his 3-year specialty training in Oral Surgery (MClinDent programme) at the world-renowned UCL Eastman Dental Institute in London. He now works as a Specialist Oral Surgeon in several dental practices and as a Specialty Doctor in Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery Department at ASPH hospitals.Michalis is passionate about delivering modern dentistry based upon the best available research. This has led him on a continuous journey of learning and self-development.
Hobbies: He loves spending his free time with friends, long walks, and enjoys the good vibe that London offers.
Roles and responsibilities: Dr Patricia Marsden graduated from Guy’s Dental School in 1999 and has over 20 years’ experience in Oral Surgery. She currently works as an Associate Specialist in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery at Bart’s NHS Trust and sits as Deputy Chair on the Trust’ s Medical Council. Her specialist skills lie in the field of dentoalveolar surgery, with a special interest in acupuncture and the management of myofascial pain, though her post involves all aspects of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery encountered in a busy teaching hospital.
She is also involved in both undergraduate and postgraduate education holding roles as a recognised Clinical Supervisor and Honorary Clinical Lecturer.
Since 2017 she has been Chair of the Examinations Board for the FGDP Diploma in Oral Surgery and has been involved with the Royal College of Surgeons as an Examiner for the MJDF and ORE examinations since 2009.
With the recent shift in emphasis in the UK from Secondary to Primary care provision, she is particularly interested in the development and education of general dental practitioners in the field of Oral Surgery education. She is involved in ensuring the delivery of high quality Oral Surgery in Primary Care and is part of a process that provides recognised accreditation and training of GDP’s with enhanced skills in Oral Surgery nationally.
MSc, BDS, FDS, RCS(Ed), MORTH
GDC No: 57406
Roles and responsibilities: Providing orthodontic treatment to children and adults. Mrs Rehana Yaqoob qualified from the Royal Dental Hospital, London in 1982 and held post in Oral Surgery, Children’s and Restorative dentistry in London teaching hospitals. Rehana then completed her 3 years specialist orthodontic training at the Eastman Dental Hospital where she gained her MSc and MOrth. Her MSc thesis was on “Adult Orthodontics” and she has over 25 years’ experience in treating adult patients. Rehana is still passionate about creating beautiful smiles using the latest adult friendly braces. She takes great pride in delivering a high standard of care which is individually tailored for every patient. Rehana shares her enthusiasm for Orthodontics by teaching orthodontic nurses, therapists and assistants.
Hobbies: Traveling, tennis, walking
BDS (king’s college london 1996, MSc (king’s college London 2002), MOrth (royal college surgeons Edinburgh 2003)
GDC No: 72349
Roles and responsibilities: I had a lot of Orthodontic treatment when I was a child. Rather than put me off, it made me more interested.
I love the cosmetic and creative aspect, and balancing that with the precision and detail of a scientific discipline.
I never could quite decide on the science or art route at school, but now I feel I can do both!
I like keeping my treatments comfortable and uncomplicated. I aim to deliver a perfect smile, as far as can be achieved. The aim is for people to smile more, and to be confident that when they do, others want to smile back too.
I completed both my dental training and masters in Orthodontics at Kings College London. Since qualifying I have gained additional certifications in lingual braces, and clear aligner systems. As an adjunct to creating smiles.
Away from work, I have studied fashion and portraiture photography, and qualified as a yoga teacher for both adults and children.
I hope to learn to sing one day too, if I can find a teacher patient enough to endure my efforts!
Hobbies: yoga, kickboxing, photography and family