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Raymond G. Miller, DDS

Clinical Associate Professor, Department of Oral Diagnostic Sciences

Office Address

355 Squire, ECMC

Buffalo, NY 14214



Faculty Profile

  • 1981 - B.A., Canisius College
  • 1985 - D.D.S., SUNYAB, School of Dental Medicine
  • 1985-86 - General Practice Resident, Erie County Medical Center
  • 1985 - Present - Attending Staff, Erie County Medical Center
  • 1986 - Present - Clinical Assistant Professor, Department of Oral Diagnostic Sciences, School of Dental Medicine
  • 1986-Present - Private Practice, General Dentistry
  • 1989-Present - Dental Officer (Lieutenant Colonel) New York Air National Guard
  • 2008-Present - Fellow in the American Academy of Forensic Sciences
  • 2010 - DMORT Region 2 Employee of the year
  • 2012 - Section Program Chair: American Academy of Forensic Sciences

Majority of time spent in the private practice of dentistry. Trained in hospital dentistry and treatment of developmentally disabled adults in a clinical setting and in the operating room. Also trained in areas of forensic dentistry as it relates to identification and mass casualties through the Armed Forces Institute of Pathology and the A.D.A. (member of American Society of Forensic Odontologists).

Research Profile

  • Bush MA, Miller RG. The Crash of Colgan Air Flight 3407: Advanced Techniques in Victim Identification. JADA 2011; 142(12): 1352-1356
  • Bush MA, Thorsrud K, Miller RG, Dorion RBJ, Bush PJ. The Response of Skin to Applied Stress: Investigation of Bitemark Distortion in a Cadaver Model. J Forensic Sci 2010;55(1):71-76. 
  • Bush MA, Miller RG, Bush PJ, Dorion RBJ. Biomechanical Factors in Human Dermal Bitemarks in a Cadaver Model. J Forensic Sci. 2009; 54(1):167-176.
  • Bush MA, Miller RG, Norrlander A, Bush PJ. Analytical Survey of Restorative Resins by SEM/EDS and XRF: Databases for Forensic Purposes. J Forensic Sci. 2008; 53(2): 419-425.
  • Hermanson AS, Bush MA, Miller RG, Bush PJ. Ultraviolet Illumination as an Adjunctive Aid in Dental Inspection J Forensic Sci. 2008;53(2) 408-411.
  • Bush MA, Miller RG, Fagin H, Bush PJ. The Role of Dental Materials in Situations Involving High Temperatures: A Review Article in Forensic Odontology. Minerva Medicolegale. 2007; 127(2) 97-105.
  • Bush MA, Miller RG, Prutzman-Pfieffer JA, Bush PJ. Identification Through XRF Analysis of Dental Restorative Resin Materials: A Comprehensive Study Of Non-Cremated, Cremated, and Processed Cremated Individuals. J Forensic Sci. 2007; 52(1) 157-165.
  • Bush MA, Miller RG, Bush PJ. Detection and Classification of Composite Resins in Incinerated Teeth for Forensic Purposes. J Forensic Sci. 2006; 51(3) 636-642.

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