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Your Dentist can Help Guide you in the Best Treatment Option for Sleep Apnea

Do you still feel tired or unfocused even after a full night’s sleep? Do others complain about your snoring? It’s possible these are signs that you may have sleep apnea.Sleep Read More

Drawing Impacted Teeth into the Open can Restore a Smile

You don’t have to be a dental professional to appreciate a beautiful smile. Likewise, you’ll also know when something’s not quite right with one.Such can be the case when a Read More

Do You Have A Problem Grinding Your Teeth?

If you grind your teeth at night, you may be damaging your tooth enamel. Call Dr. Beth Messinger and Dr. Jason Broth at Harbor Family Dental in Roslyn, NY & Read More

Stay on Alert for a Decay Repeat Even After a Root Canal

A deeply decayed tooth is in serious trouble, and something a regular filling may not fix. You may instead need a root canal, a common tooth-saving procedure performed by general Read More

Keep Your Saliva Flowing - Your Oral Health Depends on it

We often don't realize how important something is until it's gone. Like saliva: you're usually not aware that it's cleaning the mouth, neutralizing mouth acid or helping with digestion. But Read More

Worried about Your Child's School Snack Choices? Here's What You Can Do

If you’re committed to providing your family nutritional, low-sugar snacks, you’re not only helping their physical well-being but their dental health too. If you have school-age children, though, you might Read More

3 Ways Aging Could Dim Your Smile and What To Do About It

Know how to get the better of an age-guesser at the carnival? Smile! A recent study found that people tend to underestimate a person's age if they're smiling. If true, smiling—naturally Read More

Don't Stress Over Your Child's Teeth Grinding Habit Unless it Persists

Along with thumb sucking, childhood teeth grinding is one of the top concerns anxious parents bring to their dentists. It’s so prevalent, though, many providers consider it normal behavior—the sleep-disturbing Read More

3 Surprising Things You Should Be Doing to Improve Your Dental Health

You already know the basics for healthy and attractive teeth and gums: brush and floss every day; and have your teeth cleaned and checked by a dentist every six months. Read More

Persistence Pays Off in Finding Relief From Chronic Jaw Joint Pain

Tenderness; headaches; difficulty chewing; excruciating pain. These are a few of the symptoms you could endure with a jaw joint or temporomandibular disorder (TMD or TMJ). This group of disorders Read More

A RPD Could Be Your Answer to Replacing Missing Teeth

Before implants, people often turned to a removable appliance to replace multiple missing teeth. Known as a removable partial denture (RPD), this appliance could restore both appearance and function at Read More

Crowns can now be made In-Office with the CAD/CAM System

The traditional way to restore a tooth with an artificial crown takes several weeks and multiple office visits: from tooth preparation and impression molding to crown production by a dental Read More

Fluoride Treatments Give Your Child Added Protection Against Cavities

When it comes to helping your child avoid tooth decay, it's all hands on deck. Tooth decay can not only harm their current set of primary teeth, but the loss Read More

FAQs About Crowns and Bridges

Learn about crowns and bridges from your Roslyn, NY dentist. A Gallup poll found that up to a third of Americans didn’t visit the dentist’s office in the course of a Read More

Welcome Blog

Welcome to the Blog of Harbor Family Dental Whether you are an existing patient or searching for a dentist in the Roslyn, NY area, we’re excited you are here. With the dental Read More

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