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Take care of your dental health and wallet wealth! Nov 21st, 2019

The holiday season is here! While we all spend quality time with our loved ones and enjoy social gatherings, this is the time to also think about taking care of any necessary or elective dental treatment you've been putting off. Leaving unused insurance benefits on the table is money that...

Is Mouth Breathing Harming Your Dental Health? Nov 14th, 2019

While the importance of fluoride in toothpaste, vitamins and rinses to prevent dental decay (caries) in our children’s teeth is certainly well documented in the dental literature, mouth breathing is also an important concern. It certainly makes sense that the longer fluoride stays on our children’s teeth, the better the...

Happy Boss's Day Oct 16th, 2019

October 16, 2019 To my surprise this morning, I was not only informed by my dedicated dental team that it was “Happy Boss’s Day,” but I was also presented with a gift:  a bottle of wine!  This gift means a lot to me.  It means that I have wonderful dental...

Oral Systemic Health Week (October 20-26, 2019) Oct 14th, 2019

Next week is Oral Systemic Health Week (October 20-26th).  Last night I was thinking about what The Miller Center REALLY stands for in relation to Oral Systemic Health??  I felt the need to breakdown this phrase, so I literally opened up The Webster’s Dictionary, Revised Edition, 1996 (does anyone even...

Harvard Business Review on The Importance of a Good Night's Sleep Oct 8th, 2019

The importance of a good night’s sleep was the topic in the October 2, 2019 issue of Harvard Business Review:  “It is time to put the myth of the sleepless founder to bed.  Too many entrepreneurs think skipping on sleep is the heroic path to success, and a badge of...

10+ years to fulfill my vision of writing a book Oct 3rd, 2019

A long lasting patient, Margarethe Laurenzi was in my office this morning for her dental recare visit. Margarethe and her wonderful family have been patients of The Miller Center for Dental Excellence since 1994!In and around 2006, I envisioned a book to write that would be informative to both dental...

Fox News Interview with Dr. R. Craig Miller Sep 16th, 2019

The topic was Dental Sleep Medicine, including Sleep Disorders and Sleep Apnea.  According to the National Institute of Health, 50 to 70 million Americans are effected by chronic sleep disorders and other sleep-related problems that can significantly diminish overall health, alertness and safety.  Left untreated, sleep disorders have been linked...