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DR  K E V I N   D A P A A H

BDS, BEng(Hons)

GDC Number: 252093

C L I N I C A L  D I R E C T O R  &  PR I N C I P A L   D E N T I S T

Kevin is the first principal dentist at Dove Dental Spa. He obtained his Bachelor of Dental Surgery degree from the Peninsula College of Medicine and Dentistry. After completing his training in Scotland, Kevin worked as a hospital Dentist at Kingston and St George’s Hospitals. He then went onto work in private practices as an associate dentist, where he has developed his skill in providing quality dentistry to a high standard.


Kevin’s calm, yet confident presence has enabled him to build trust with his patients, and his focus on modern dentistry has ensured that his patients have continually improved experience. Kevin enjoys all aspects of General Dentistry and has a special interest in Restorative Dentistry, Aesthetic Dentistry and adult orthodontics such as Invisalign.


Kevin is a member of the British Dental Association and has served on its executive board of the Young Dentists Committee. Kevin also serves on the executive board of the award-winning Ghana Doctors & Dentists UK Association. Kevin’s passion for oral health care has led him to set up a social media campaign entitled ‘Lets talk teeth’. This is an online platform that is designed to connect with the general public as a way to share knowledge about oral health.

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Dr Nike Folayan MBE

Chartered Electronics Engineer with a doctorate in Electronics engineering.

Dr Nike Folayan MBE is currently Technical Director and the Technical Discipline Leader for Communications and Control within WSP, an engineering consultancy where she leads a team of telecommunications engineers in the UK and India working on a variety of projects within the transport industry including railways and the highways projects in the UK, Australia, South America, Middle East and Africa. She is also a Technical Blogger on SMART technology systems. Before WSP, Nike has worked on projects for Mott MacDonald, Parsons Brinckerhoff and Harada Industries Limited.


Nike is chair and Co-founder of AFBE-UK a not for profit organisation AFBE-UK promotes higher achievements in education and engineering particularly among people from black and minority ethnicity (BME) backgrounds. Nike is passionate about mentoring and started her mentoring journey at Croydon Supplementary Education Project CSEP in 2008.



Nike was featured in Britain’s 100 most influential people of African and Caribbean heritage 2012 Powerlist. She is also a Trustee at Stemettes Futures, on the board of the Hamilton Commission and Advisory board of the Tomorrows Engineers code, on the diversity panel of the Science Council, on the engineering industrial panel at the University of Kent. She is on the Engineering Leadership Scholarship Steering Group for the Royal Academy of Engineering amongst others.

Rudi Page, FRSA

Rudi Page, FRSA is a multi-award-winning management consultant (mentor & coach) and skilled facilitator with a proven track record of achievement within the NHS and Royal Colleges, senior public appointments, workforce development & Inclusion, local systems and patient & public engagement. He developed the widely-acclaimed Diaspora Delivery System and is the co-founder of Caribbean Diaspora Health System +.


Rudi has extensive experience in making connections work for all stakeholders through cross-sectoral and institutional development partnerships within business support, community development, corporate social responsibility, creative industries, higher education, regeneration and the commonwealth diaspora movement, aligned with UK global health and international trade objectives.


Rudi has held non-executive and trustee roles for North West London Community Foundation, North West London Chamber of Commerce, RAFFA International Development Agency and Vice-Chairman, Talawa Theatre, and an active member of the Lions Club and Kiwanis International charities.


Rudi continues to carry out his life's mandate to effect change by promoting inclusive, peaceful, caring and enterprising neighbourhoods.

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