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Dental Office of Dr Samuel Barr

Our dental office prides itself in being technologically advanced, so that we can provide high quality care.

Dr Samuel Barr
Dr Barr

We believe that our patients should be fully informed about their treatment options. Our patients have the right to make decisions about what kind of dental care and treatment they want.

Every year, Dr Barr attends many hours of continuing education, to provide state-of-the-art dental care.

Dr Barr has been placing and restoring Dental Implants for over 25 years.

Dr Barr has been using CEREC technology since 2000. CEREC allows  for the preparation and placement of crowns in only one visit.

Our x-rays are all digital, so the of  we can gather the information we need to treat you, with the best quality care. We also have  a Cone Beam Tomographic machine. This allows us to obtain a 3 dimensional image, to help us plan for complex treatments.

We have three types of dental lasers, for better diagnosis, and more efficient care.

Our general practice dental office is located in Oneida, New York.

If you’ve been happy with us, please post a note and let us know!

10 thoughts on “Dental Office of Dr Samuel Barr

    1. Fees vary based on difficulty, and the needs of the patient. Dental care is personalized. What is extremely important for one person may be totally unimportant to another. Our patients always know what something will cost before we begin.

    1. I’m assuming that the mini implants are being used to hold in a denture? In any event, I’d be more than happy to take a look and let you know what I think. Just give our office a call and let Pat know that you’d like a consult. No fee or obligation.

  1. I have dentures and have had them sent on multiple times and still need to use do much of the denture adhesive that it has made me I’ll at times. I still bleed and get sores terrible. I need to know price that is affordable for me. I hate my dentures the top and partial bottoms are horrible for me.

    1. It is impossible to says what the costs would be to give you better function, and better health, without doing a careful examination. We offer all new patient a complimentary exam and consult. just give us a call during office hours, and I’ll be glad to take a look and tell you what I think.

  2. i had two regular implants on bottoms to hold in bottom dentures but what I really wanted on top I have had top dentures since I was 20 I have always hated them I never where them unless I have. to go somewhere when I first went to get new dentures he said I had enough bone to do minis then when the time came he said there wasn’t
    enough bone my question is he put extra bone in bottom why couldn’t he just put some bone on top like he did on bottom my reason for getting new dentures was to get the. Snap on ones on top so I would not have the any thing on the roof of my mouth any more I had to barrow the money he use that up plus more witch was hard because I am on disability do think that can be done just put bone on top where implants would go thank you very much

    1. In general, growing bone to make a ridge wider for implants is more predictable than growing bone to make it taller for implants. That being said, Often the upper jaw can in effect be given more bone in a “taller” direction can be done by raising the floor of your sinuses.

      a good way to assess what can be done is with a type of x-ray called a cone beam tomogram, which gives a three dimensional image of exactly what bone you have. Usually this x-ray would be taken with you having an appliance inside your mouth that would have markers showing exactly where the best locations for implants would be.

  3. I am needing some existing teeth removed that have been partially broken or decayed for some years. I am on a lung transplant list and have to have my teeth and gums checked to make sure there are no infections. This is required per my Pulmonologist so that my body will not get “septic” after transplant. I am taking blood thinners. What can be done safely to check and correct these issues and can you do it?

    1. It is essential that all oral infections be treated before your lung transplant.

      If you are on Coumadin or Warfarin as a blood thinner, then we can order a blood test to make sure that treatments can be performed without risk of excessive bleeding. If you are on one of the other blood thinners, then we usually stage treatments in small ‘bites’, to, once again, make sure the treatment is performed safely. We may also decide to stage treatment over time, depending on your overall health.

      Infections in the mouth have actually been linked to catching pneumonia in older people. The medicines that you will be on after the transplant will make you more susceptible to infections in general. This is why your Pulmonologist, correctly, wants these oral problems taken care of first.

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