2209 S Main St, Grove, OK 74344, USA
Dr. Rick Miller grew up in Grove, attended Westminster College in Fulton, Missouri and attended the Oklahoma University College of Dentistry in Oklahoma City for his dental education. After completing his General Practice Residency at the V.A. Hospital in Kansas City, Missouri, he returned to Grove in 1989 to begin his practice with his father Dr. Leonard Miller. He has been married to his wife Juli for 30 years and she has worked in the office since 1989. They have two daughters, Chelsea who is married to Jake Perryman who works in the office, and Madison who attends the University of Oklahoma pursuing a degree in Elementary Education. Dr. Rick and Juli also have two granddaughters Kate and Anna! Dr. Rick has a passion for technology in dentistry and how it is implemented in the office to benefit his patients, giving them the best care possible as well as the patients overall health and its relationship to the dental health. Dr. Rick has spent many hours of Continuing Education in Orthodontics and lnvisalign, Diagnosis & Complex Restorative Treatment, Endodontics (Root Canals), as well as Dental Technologies like 3-D Cone Beam X-rays and single appointment CAD-CAM CEREC crowns. He is also involved with the Spear Education Group at the Scottsdale Center for Dentistry. He is a member of the American Dental Association, Oklahoma Dental Association, American Orthodontic Society, Faculty Club of Spear Education, Spear Education Study Club, Cerecdoctors.com and the Rotary Club of Grove. Dr. Rick is dedicated to helping patients become healthy and keep their teeth for a lifetime. When Dr. Rick is not in the office, he is volunteering at his church and attending OU football games with his family. He loves to play golf and has been a runner since college. Dr. Rick has had a terrific career in hydroplane boat racing since he was 14 years old. He has won numerous National Championships and High Point Championships and has been inducted into the AOF (American Outboard Federation) Hall of Fame in 2000 and was inducted into the APBA (American Powerboat Association) Hall of Champions in 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2016.