MEET THE DOCTOR
Doctor Liles was born and raised in Montgomery Alabama where he attended The Montgomery Academy for thirteen years, graduating high school in 2002. He received a degree in Biomedical Sciences from Auburn University in 2006. Dr. Liles attended dental school at The University of Alabama at Birmingham from 2006-2010. Upon graduation, he was awarded his Doctor of Dental Medicine (DMD) and began working for Dr. Thomas H. Williams III in Montgomery, Alabama. Dr. Williams is a highly respected general dentist with many years experience in cosmetic, restorative, and implant dentistry. In 2011 Dr. Liles moved to the Mobile area and purchased Theodore Dental, PC from Dr. Gus Bahos. Shortly after taking over, Dr. Liles purchased a CEREC system which gives him the ability to offer same day crowns, veneers, and bridges. Patterson Dental selected Dr. Liles to be a Clinical Trainer for the CEREC, a teaching position to assist dentists who are new to the CEREC technology. In 2015 Dr. Liles opened a second location off of Springhill Avenue near I-65 in the heart of Mobile, taking over Dr. Ed Ford’s practice. He now splits his time between the two locations, making it convenient for patients all over the Mobile area. Dr. Liles travels to Auburn one Friday a month to work for his older brother, Dr. George Liles, a specialist in pediatric dentistry. While Dr. Liles, the younger, is not a pediatric dentist, he has learned a lot about the specialty by working in his brother’s pediatric office. He has been able to incorporate what he has learned into his own practice, and thus welcomes patients of all ages. While dentistry is his livelihood, perhaps his crowning and most impressive achievement is winning the 2015 Fantasy Football Playoffs in dramatic fashion. An underdog and afterthought the final week of the season, he took down the number one seed Allan Barnett, who later choked his way out of the first round of the playoffs. With losses to King Felix III, Tunstall Inge, and Jimbo “Donut” Craft, he was awarded the final playoff spot. From there, he would steamroll the field which consisted of longtime Hispanic friend, Jason Martinez, and Albertville native Chris Walker.