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Meet Dr. Miller

Meet Dr. Bart Miller

Dr. Bart Miller, aka Dr. Bart, has an extensive educational background and experience in helping patients achieve healthy, beautiful smiles.  He is a residency-trained specialist in orthodontics and a member of the American Association of Orthodontists.

Born and raised in Rockwall, Dr. Bart graduated from Rockwall High School in 1986.  After attending Rice University on an ROTC scholarship, Dr. Bart graduated and was commissioned in the U.S. Navy as Surface Warfare Officer.  Accepted into the Naval Nuclear Propulsion program, he served on board the guided-missile cruiser, USS Truxtun, stationed in Washington state. Following his service, he went to dental school at the University of Texas Health Science Center in San Antonio, graduating with honors.  his orthodontic residency at Baylor College of Dentistry.

“After deciding that I didn’t want to make a career in the Navy, I had to decide what I wanted to do.  I considered a number of different fields and talked to a lot of people, but none of them seemed particularly excited about what they did. My dad was an orthodontist, and I realized that he LOVED what he did.  As I kept exploring my options, it began to look more and more appealing to me.”

Dr. Bart joined his father in practice in 2001 and has loved every minute of it!  Getting to know patients and their families, while helping them achieve their goal of a great smile has been very rewarding.

Dr. Bart has served on the board of the JER Chilton YMCA at Rockwall, the RISD Education Foundation, and the Rockwall Rotary Club.

So Get on Board for a Beautiful Smile! Dr. Bart and his friendly team at Rockwall Crossing Orthodontics located in Rockwall and Canton are focused on creating smiles that last a lifetime and making every patient feel valued and appreciated.


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