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We are a well established family practice with over 15 years of experience and we are proud of the NHS service we provide.

We put our patients at the centre of our service and always treat them with respect and dignity.

Our practice offers the full range of NHS treatment to ALL members of the public whether they are working or non-working (i.e. exempt patients). We also provide private treatments, including cosmetic dentistry to improve your smile.

All our dentists are experienced, so you can be sure that you are in safe and capable hands.

WE WELCOME NEW PATIENTS so if you've got a problem with your teeth, or you need a check-up, this site has everything you need to put a smile back on your face.

Why not call 02089923721 or visit us to make an appointment.

We are easy to find, being on the Acton High Street next to Old Acton Town Hall

(entrance to the Practice is from Berrymead Gardens) 

We're around 10 minutes walk from Acton Town tube station and 7 minutes walk from Acton Central Overground station.






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NHS treatment


Our practice offers the full range of general NHS treatment to ALL members of the public whether they are working or non-working (i.e. exempt patients), as well as some private treatments (mainly cosmetic) which are not available under the NHS. 

Teeth Whitening 


Tooth whitening can be a very effective way of lightening the natural colour of your teeth without removing any of the tooth surface or damaging it. Usually the original shade of the tooth is whitened to a lighter colour, rather than being turned completely white.

Whitening prices start from £ 250

Emergency Dentistry


We offer emergency appointments during our normal opening hours. We endeavor to see any patient who has a dental emergency. 

You can contact us on our normal number 02089923721 during our opening hours to arrange an emergency appointment.

Should you have a dental emergency outside practice hours, please telephone either NHS 111 service.

Routine Exams


We do our best to ensure your dental care meets your individual needs, and will discuss the proposed treatment plan and available treatment options with you, giving you the time to ask questions and consider the alternatives. We provide the full range of NHS treatment as well as private care.

 Oral Hygiene Cleaning 


  •  clean and polish to remove any superficial stains on your teeth

  • scale your teeth to remove any plaque or tartar build-up in those areas brushing can't reach

  • offer tailored advice on how to maitain good dental health and demonstrate techniques you can use at home



Mr Ray Jack-Kee

GDC no. 62761
Principal dentist

Mr Olatunde Sogbesan

GDC no. 78855

Associate dentist

Ms Mamak Moghaddam

GDC no. 73966

Associate Dentist

Ms Joanna Walesiak

Practice Manager

Ms Degi Byambasuren 


Ms Patrycja Szurmiej-Limido

Dental Nurse

Ms Mona Lami

Trainee Dental Nurse



“Thank you for being so understanding when my nerves have got the better of me and I was a nightmare.”


“The Dentist is highly professional, despite the small space, I like the way he handled my case. The Practice is welcoming.”


"Generally I am a nervous patient however the dentist was extremely nice and helped me to relax. I would recommend this Practice to family and friends.”




Our Address

137 High Street, Acton

London W3 6LY

info@actondentistnhs.com \\ Tel: 02089923721

Opening Hours

Monday – Friday  9.30AM – 5.30PM




Following government advice, we re-opened for face to face appointments and resumed some of dental services.

To book an appointment call us on 02089923721.

Please make sure that you were a face covering when attending the Practice.


If you travelled from abroad under current regulations you need to self-isolate for 10 days.

For current travel advice and coronavirus please see https://www.gov.uk/guidance/travel-advice-novel-coronavirus

If you, or someone you have been in a close contact with, has a  confirmed case of COVID-19,

or is experiencing a new continuous cough, high fever or shortness of breath, please stay at home.

The advice from NHS is to stay indoors, self-isolate and go to 

https://111.nhs.uk/covid-19 website for more information.

The best way to protect yourself and others are:

  • Regularly wash your hands with soap and water for a minimum of 20 seconds or use santitiser gel

  • Catch a cough or sneeze in a tissue, bin it, than wash your hands

  • Follow Government's advice on social distancing