Listed below are sample synopses of talks Dr. Miles has given in the past five years, in person and in webinar format – nationally and internationally. In person talks range from 1 hour to 2 full day seminars. Click on any of the topics listed below to view. 

Contact Dr. Miles if you are interested in inviting him to speak at your event. Look at his Lecture Schedule for 2023 to view his current invitations. 


Dale A. Miles BA, DDS, MS, FRCD(C) Dip. ABOM, Dip. ABOMR

Dr. Miles is adjunct professorship at the Woody L. Hunt School of Dental Medicine in El Paso, Texas. He was Chair of the Department of Oral Health Sciences at the University of Kentucky, the graduate program director of Diagnostic Sciences at Indiana University and has held positions at the University of Connecticut and Dalhousie University, and the Arizona School of Dentistry & Oral Health (A.T. Still University). He was the first Associate Dean of Clinical Affairs at ASDOH. 

A diplomate of the American Board of Oral and Maxillofacial Radiology and the American Board of Oral Medicine, Dr. Miles has been selected as one of the “TOP CLINICANS IN CE” for the past 16 years by Dentistry Today

He has authored over 140 scientific articles, 6 radiology textbooks and the best-selling atlas on cone beam imaging, “Atlas of Cone Beam Imaging for Dental Applications“. He has a web site for teaching the dental team cone beam imaging at Dr. Miles currently has a full-time practice in Fountain Hills, AZ. To date he has read close to 40,000 cone beam scans.

As an example of his work, Dr. Miles teaches a 2.5 day mini residency called
Small Field-of-View Cone Beam CT: A 2.5 Day Didactic and Hands-On Course

CBCT – Much Much More than 50 shades of Gray

CBCT and Type II Diabetes Mellitus

CBCT, the nasal cavity and the paranasal sinus spaces

CBCT, Type II Diabetes Mellitus and Implant Failure

How to manage CBCT data

Implant Placement and Sinusitis_Good Idea or Not

Magic Shadows – CBCT Anatomy

Orofacial Pain and CBCT

Reviewing and reporting CBCT Scan Data to Minimize Risk