About Kids Dental

Why choose us for your child’s dental & orthodontic care?

Introducing a new dedicated children-only dental unit at Marsh House, Kids Dental offers a child-friendly environment that aims to deliver:

  • Pain-free dentistry to children
  • A team of highly trained paediatric dentists
  • Our state-of-the-art dental suites which a provide phobia-free comfortable ambiance specially designed with children and adolescents in mind
  • We have sedation for nervous children and adolescents or those undergoing treatment that requires it.
  • The practice is compliant with the national and international standards regulating sedation guidelines in accordance with the Intercollegiate Advisory Committee for Sedation in Dentistry (IACDS).
  • We have the very latest in dental technology

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What does Kids-Dental provide?

We aim is to provide outstanding dental and orthodontic care to children including:

  • Pain Free Dentistry
  • Preventative Dentistry
  • Oral Hygiene Services
  • Inhalation Sedation
  • White Fillings
  • Dental Emergencies
  • Cosmetic Dentistry for Children
  • Kids Dental Club
  • Treating and Restoring teeth
  • Early Orthodontics

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Meet Our Team

  • Patrick Williams

    Patrick Williams

    GDC no. 66436 BDS (Lagos) MDS (Leeds) FDS. M.Orth RCS (Eng)

    Dr Williams graduated as a dentist in 1982. His orthodontic carrier started at the University of Leeds gaining Master in Dental Surgery (MDS) in 1991 and Membership in Orthodontics from the Royal College of Surgeons of England in 1992. He obtained Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of England (FDS) in 1993 having worked at various hospitals in the areas of Orthognathic Surgery and Orthodontics.

    More about Patrick

    Dr Williams is now Principal of 3 Orthodontic Practices in London and Surrey. His orthodontic experience spans over 35 years and treated well over 75, 000 patients between the 3 practices. He has lectured extensively both in the UK and abroad. His main interest is in the area of Pre-Teen Orthodontics with special emphasis on Invisalign.

    When not at work, Patrick enjoys reading, travelling with his family and enjoying a round of golf.

  • Anas El Huni

    Anas El Huni

    Orthodontist GDC no. 268681 BDS, PG Dip Ortho, DClinDent Ortho, M.Orth (RCS Edin)

    Dr.Anas El Huni graduated from University of Benghazi in 2008 and proceeded to work as a Teaching Assistant in the orthodontic department the following year in the same university.

    In 2014, Dr El Huni completed 2-years Post Graduate Diploma in Orthodontics from University of Warwick. After that, chasing his passion for orthodontics, Dr El Huni undertook a Doctorate in Orthodontics (DClinDent) from Queen Mary University of London and graduated in 2018. During this period, he worked as a Specialty Registrar at the Royal London Hospital and Chelsea and Westminster Hospital from 2015-2018. In 2018, Dr El Huni was awarded the Royal College of Surgeons Orthodontic membership (M.Orth) after passing all necessary exams.

    More about Anas

    Dr El Huni is a member of World Federation of Orthodontics and the American Association of Orthodontics. Recently, Dr El Huni won the Chapman prize by British Orthodontic Society for best research in 2020.

    In his free time, Dr Anas El Huni likes playing football and travelling.

  • Nina Asafu-Adjaye

    Nina Asafu-Adjaye

    Dental Therapist GDC no. 17576

    Nina Joined Marsh House Orthodontic Practice in 2015 as our dental hygienist.
    Nina’s previous experience in dentistry started in 2014 in a general dental practice. In 2012 Nina enrolled on the Dental Hygiene and therapy course at Kings College Dental School and completed her qualification in 2014.Nina enjoys going on courses to keep her knowledge up to date and has completed many courses including an advance dental leadership programme and certificate for improving intra-oral photography.

    More about Nina

    Nina says the thing she likes about her job is treating patients and seeing the difference and improvements in patient’s oral health due to sometimes small changes and implementations.