Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update:

This is an update on the Coronavirus situation. Our governing bodies have advised dentists that we should no longer carry out non essential dentistry, that we should not be using aerosol producing equipment apart from when a patient may have an acute emergency. The government’s advice has been to isolate, avoid non essential contact and non essential travel and are most likely to impose a quarantine in London very soon.

As such Zero Seven Dental Practice will close from Monday 23rd March for a three week period as we follow the government’s advice. We may indeed need to close sooner as this situation is constantly evolving. During this three week hiatus Dr Enaker will be providing emergency cover for acute emergencies only i.e if you are in a considerable amount of pain which cannot be managed with painkillers alone. Please call or text 07958982199 and leave a message and Dr Enaker will get back to you as soon as he can. You can also email us on corporate@zero-seven.co.uk as messages to this email will be picked up.

We sincerely apologise for any inconvenience caused and patients are strongly advised to follow us on our Facebook page Zero-Seven Dental where you can interact with us, ask us questions and keep updated with the latest developments regarding this horrific situation. We hope that we will be able to resume normal service as soon as possible on the 16th of April once the government has provided further guidance.

Finally we hope that you all stay safe and please look after yourselves, friends and families and vulnerable members of our community.

020 7253 7667

7 St. John Street, Clerkenwell London, EC1M 4AA

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What causes sensitive teeth?

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Having sensitive teeth can be such a pain to deal with. Many people suffer from sensitive teeth and it can start at any point in time. Sometimes having sensitive teeth can be early warning signs to more serious dental concerns. Here are some causes of sensitive teeth and how to prevent it.

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Can my diet affect my oral health?

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Even if you think what you eating won’t be bad for you, some items of food and drink you consume can affect your teeth more than you think. If your diet isn’t great then it might be time to switch things up – not just to improve your physical health, but to improve your oral health, too. Here at Zero Seven, a dentist in Farringdon London, we want to share our advice on what to avoid if you want to keep your teeth happy. 

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How Does Stress Affect My Teeth?

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You might wonder what stress could possibly have to do with your teeth, but your teeth go through a lot – and even more so in a stressful situation. In this post, we’ll go through how stress can affect your teeth, so you can understand the signs and hopefully prevent stress from causing a dental problem. Of course, if you’re concerned that stress has already had an impact on your teeth, we always recommend coming in for a check-up at our dental practice in Farringdon.

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Can My Diet Affect My Oral Health?

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You may believe that the food you’re eating isn’t bad for you, but certain foods and drinks can affect your teeth more than you think. If your diet isn’t great then it might be time to switch things up – not just to improve your physical health, but to improve your oral health, too. Here at Zero Seven dental practice in Farringdon, London, we want to share our advice on what to avoid if you want to keep your teeth happy.

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Warnings from your dentist on smoking

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It’s been estimated that 6.1 million adults in the UK regularly smoke, so that means 6.1 million people are regularly inhaling toxins and chemicals that are anything but good for your body. We’re willing to hazard a guess that many of these people don’t realise the changes that smoking can bring about in your dental health as well as your physical health, which is why our dentist has put together this brief warning against regularly smoking.

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