Meet Dr. Jason Miller
Professional, Gentle Dental Care
I love being able to provide people with dental care that helps them feel better about themselves. Whether I am improving their aesthetics or relieving their discomfort, I’m making a difference.
Dentistry, to me, is a wonderful profession that allows us as doctors, hygienists, assistants, and office staff the opportunity to care for and connect with our patients. Seeing patients on a regular basis means we are able to see their progress and help them maintain something so valuable and personal: their teeth and their smile.
As a dentist, there are many ways I can use my knowledge and skills to make a person’s life better. I can’t imagine anything I’d rather do. Dr. Jason Miller
Education and Continuing Education
- Bachelor of Science in Zoology, Texas Tech University
- Master of Science in Zoology, Texas Tech University
- Doctorate of Dental Surgery, Baylor College of Dentistry
Dr. Miller knows graduation does not mean the end of learning. He understands that going above and beyond the mandated required number of continuing education hours is the only way he can continue providing his patients with the best care. As dentistry is constantly changing, it’s only through constant study that he’s able to exceed his patients’ expectations for gentle, effective treatments.
Dr. Miller has taken classes through the L. D. Pankey Institute for Advanced Dental Education and the William C. Strupp Postgraduate School of Dentistry. He and his team also attend multiple conferences throughout the year, to keep current on the latest advances in dentistry.
- American Dental Association
- Texas Dental Association
- Fort Worth Dental Society
Born and raised in Fort Worth, Dr. Miller now lives in Mansfield with his wife Amy and their two children, Bethany and Nolan. Spending time with his family is Dr. Miller’s greatest love, whether he’s volunteering with the kids’ school and sports activities or relaxing at home.
Dr. Miller also shares his dental skills through volunteer efforts. He participates in many mission trips, the most recent one in 2014 to the Dominican Republic. He and the other volunteers traveled to Las Matas de Farfan, providing oral healthcare to individuals without regular access to dentistry.