Meet Dr. Pominville
Sam Pominville, DDS
Dr. Sam Pominville earned a Bachelor of Science degree in biology from Siena College. He subsequently received his D.D.S. from SUNY Buffalo School of Dental Medicine in 1987. The following year Dr. Pominville completed an internship at Albany Medical Center. In 2013 Dr. Pominville completed an Implant Maxi Course at the University of Toronto. The course covered surgical and prosthetic instruction on dental implant placement and restoration.
Dr. Sam Pominville is a general dentist who places a strong focus on preventative care and education while delivering a positive experience for the entire family. He is committed to the latest technology and techniques for maintaining a healthy radiant smile. Dr. Pominville’s Practice, Advanced Dental Care incorporates the many hours of continuing education that he pursues annually. His practice philosophy centers around a health and wellness model and the importance of “the oral systemic connection,” and how whole body health and oral health are intimately connected.
To remain familiar with the latest technology and new developments in dentistry, Dr. Pominville regularly attends dental seminars and conventions. He is also a member of the Academy of Oral Systemic Health, a professional organization of dentists that believe in the connection between oral health and systemic health.
Dr. Pominville’s advanced training includes the prestigious Dawson Academy; which specializes in the rehabilitation of worn dentition, smile design and cosmetics. Other areas of study include orthodontics, temporomandibular disorders, sleep apnea and implants.
Dr. Pominville lives in Lowville, New York with his wife, Joan. They have three grown children, Brooke, Raymond and Patrick. He is an avid golfer and enjoys hiking and biking.
- Member, American Dental Association
- Member, American Orthodontic Society
- Member, American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry
- Member, American Equilibration Society
- Member, American Academy of Implant Dentistry
- Member, Academy of Oral Systemic Health