Practicing the Fine Art of Dentistry
I graduated from the University of Maryland Dental School in Baltimore over 35 years ago. Then my wife and I returned to the D.C. area, where we grew up, to start a family and establish a dental practice. I’ve been treating patients here ever since. As a general practitioner, I see patients age 2-99 and provide a full-range of dental services — that includes hygiene, orthodontics and Invisalign, cosmetic procedures, crowns, root canals, implants, and gum surgery. I treat each of my patients as an individual and aim to provide dental care that promotes long-term health while making the patient experience as pleasant and anxiety-free as possible.
Because dental skill is developed through years of practice as well as a willingness to continue learning, I remain committed to continuing my education and staying current on recent research. Happily, the last 25 years have brought great progress in our ability to repair damaged teeth. But, education and experience have shown me that the best method for achieving dental health is prevention. Growing evidence supporting the connection between oral health and other health issues means preventing dental disease is imperative to staying healthy. My understanding of the value of prevention greatly informs the way I practice dentistry. My examinations, consultations, and services all stress a preventive approach.
I make every effort to provide my patients thorough information about their dental health and treatment. However, there will be times I haven’t anticipated all your questions, or you may find you need additional information after you leave the office. I want my patients to feel comfortable and be well informed, so ask the questions I haven’t answered or call the office to follow up. You should also check out The Academy of General Dentistry's authoritative online patient resource designed to meet the needs of people who have questions and concerns about their oral health and dental care. Let me know what you discover. I’ll do my best to clarify anything that's still confusing and provide answers you still haven’t found. Be sure to check out my blog as well -- I try to answer a lot of common dental questions and explain the newest findings in dental research. I look forward to chatting with you!
Dr Miller volunteering with his daughter at a MOM Dental Clinic
With over 100 years of combined dental experience, Dr. Miller and his staff offer the highest standard of dental care utilizing state-of-the-art technology and equipment. Dr. Miller and his staff believe that the best dental care is compassionate dental care, and they strive to ensure a pleasant, friendly environment for each and every patient, each and every time they walk in the door. Dr. Miller’s practice provides the least invasive, most effective treatment with an eye towards prevention of dental problems. Dr. Miller and his staff take pride in educating their patients, empowering them to be active participants in their dental health. Creating beautiful smiles means creating smiles that will be shared, and Dr. Miller’s practice is always happy to accept new patients.
Dr. Miller’s practice includes cosmetic, endodontic, hygiene, orthodontic, periodontal, and restorative services. For questions about specific procedures, please call the office at
Dr. Miller’s office is conveniently located two blocks north of the White Flint Metro Station on Rockville Pike and across from Pike & Rose shopping center.
11801 Rockville Pike, #107, Rockville, MD 20852
Monday 9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.
Tuesday 7:30 a.m.-5:00 p.m.
Wednesday 7:30 a.m.-5:00 p.m.
Thursday 7:30 a.m.-5:00 p.m.
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to safely care for all our patients,
we are restricting treatment to those who are vaccinated.
Patients who are not vaccinated will need to provide a negative COVID test result conducted within 40 hours prior to their appointment.