020 7289 6222 info@w9dentalhealth.co.uk 176 Shirland Road, Maida Vale, London, W9 3JE


Existing Patients

On this page, you can book various private appointments, such as an examination, a hygiene visit, or an emergency appointment if you have a specific problem that needs to be addressed.

All NHS appointments must be booked via telephone or in person at the practice.


Returning Patient Examination:   £35
Hygiene Visit:   £60
Emergency Appointment:   £60 – £120  (depending on the problem)
Orthodontic Consultation:   Free*
Whitening Consultation:   Free*
Botox Consultation:   Free*

* £15 deposit refunded on attendance, 15 minute consultation.


It’s helpful to try and book in with the dentist that you usually see. This helps us to deliver more continuous care.
If you are unsure who you usually see, you can call our reception team to confirm this. Alternatively, the pictures below may jog your memory!

Dr Shivani Shah

Dr Rishi Nagaria

Dr Sepi Rowshanaei

Dr Aarti Shah


If you book an emergency appointment, our online booking portal will request an initial payment of £60. Please note that there may be further payment to make on the day depending on the treatment that you require. Your dentist will be able to give you further information.

Please note that all the above appointments are booked for 30 minutes. Your dentist will advise you if more time is needed and book further appointments as needed.

To make the most out of your appointment, please arrive 10 minutes before your appointment time and ensure you have the following:

  • Your GP details.
  • A full list of any medications that you take and medical conditions that apply to you.

Please see our Booking Policy for further information, then click the link below to book your appointment.

W9 Dental Health is now open for a limited range of emergency dental care. If you have an urgent dental problem, please call 020 7289 6222 during our opening hours and speak to our team. Please note that we will not be able to carry out any procedures that involve water spray until authorised relevant authorities, so definitive fillings, hygiene sessions, and complex procedures such as root canal treatments and crowns cannot be undertaken as yet.