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Archibald S Miller III, MD,FACS  
Male, 66
Tulsa, OK

Specialties: sternal reconstruction, augmentation

Interests: plastic surgery, Reconstructive Surgery
Medical Practice
Surgery of Tulsa
Phone: 918-492-2282
Fax: 918-491-9188
Open for new patients
cosmetic and reconstructive surgery of tulsa
Dr. Miller is very interested in sternal reconstruction, breast reconstruction and he is a member of the aesthetic society of plastic surgeons. This is an exclusive group of surgeons dedicated to the highest standards in cosmetic surgery, and requires a majority of their practice to be cosmetic in nature. He is a proud mason, and a member of the Scottish Rite and Shriners. He has been in practice in Tulsa for 23 years and has been elected doctor of the year in Oklahoma and Tulsa for 7 straight years.
Phone: 918-492-2282
Fax: 918-491-9188
Hours: 9 AM to 5 PM
Open for new patients
Education
BA, Foreign Languages, Citadel Military CollegeUndergraduate, - 1970
MS, Immunochemistry, University of TexasGraduate, - 1975
MD, MD, University of Texas GalvestonPost Graduate, - 1980
Medical Training
Wake Forest, Bowman Gray Hospital-Gen Surgery - Internship - - 1981
Wake Forest, general surgery - Residency - 1982 - 1983
Wake Forest-Plastic Surgery - Fellowship - 1983 - 1985
Board Certification
American Board of Plastic Surgery
Affiliations
Saint Francis Hospital
Saint Johns Hospital
Hillcrest Hospital
Professional Memberships
AMA

Tulsa surgical society

American society of plastic surgery

American society of aesthetic plastic surgeons

Specialty Fellow

American board of pediatrics
About Me
Dr. Miller is an active member of his community - he participates in soccer with local clubs, and is a member of the Shriners, and the Scottish rite society and is a master mason. He contributes time to the Tulsa Womens organization by performing breast reconstructions on needy patients.

He has been actively involved in sternal chest wall problems for over 20 years and has publications and is participating with Duke University in a study on the use of a new device to relieve sternal pain and wire failures.