Meet Dr. Robert Miller

On Being an Orthodontist

Dr. Robert Miller treasures the uniqueness of his patients.  He enjoys the relationships that naturally develop at each person’s visits,  and always looks forward to hearing their latest news.  Dr. Miller understands that each patient has specific clinical and personal needs.  He encourages patients and parents to speak about their treatment desires,  timeline,  and other concerns;  this allows him to identify the treatment processes which will work for that patient.

During their visits,  Dr. Miller makes sure that the patient’s smile is progressing well and checks that the patient and their family are okay with everything.  The day treatment ends and the patient shares their new smile is the best day for him,  Dr. Miller says.  He loves knowing his work creates a healthy and beautiful smile that will last for the patient’s lifetime.

Education and Continuing Education

  • Bachelor degree in Biology, Augustana College
  • Doctorate of Dental Surgery, University of Minnesota School of Dentistry
  • Master of Science, University of Minnesota Orthodontic Residency program
  • Orthodontic Specialty Certificate, University of Minnesota Orthodontic Residency program

Each year Dr. Miller takes many hours of continuing education.  There are always new technologies and treatments being developed;  Dr. Miller is committed to making sure he’s able to provide the highest level of orthodontic care and that means staying up-to-date.  Continuing education ensures he’s current on the developments,  to the benefit of his patients.

Professional Memberships

  • American Association of Orthodontists
  • Minnesota Association of Orthodontists
  • Minnesota Dental Association
  • St. Paul Dental Society

Personal Life

Having grown up in Sioux Falls, SD,  Dr. Miller, his wife Jennie,  and children Grey and Giana now live in Lakeville, MN.  Spending quality time with his family and friends is important to Dr. Miller.  When he has time,  he also enjoys hunting and fishing,  traveling, and cheering for the Twins.