Caleb Estes, DMD

Caleb Estes, DMD

Dr. Caleb Estes was born and raised in Mt. Vernon, Illinois. He graduated in 2009 with his BS in Biology – Med Sciences from SIU-Edwardsville. He continued his education by graduating in 2012 from Southern Illinois University School of Dental Medicine.

Following graduation, he joined the U.S. Army as a General Dentist and attained the rank of Captain. During his military service he completed an Advanced Education in General Dentistry program. Through the AEGD program, he became proficient in molar root canal therapy, CAD-CAM dentistry, and wisdom teeth removal. He later served U.S. and NATO forces in Afghanistan in 2015 alongside soldiers of the 10thMountain Division. For his efforts, Dr. Estes received the Army Commendation Medal (2 oak leaf clusters), Afghanistan Campaign Medal, an Army Achievement Medal, National Defense Service Ribbon, Global War on Terrorism Medal, and the Army Service Ribbon.

Dr. Estes met his wife Robyn in dental school. She completed a Pediatric dental residency at St. Joseph’s hospital in Rhode Island while he finished his military service. In October of 2016 he joined Robyn in private practice in Rhode Island.  She recently joined Dr. Ryan Cregger in practice at Brentwood and Nolensville Pediatric Dentistry.

Future areas of interest for Dr. Estes include implants, sedation, full mouth rehabilitation, and sleep dentistry. Dr. Estes will attend the Kois Center this winter, a world class post graduate facility focusing on comprehensive patient care. He is also diligently pursuing his Fellowship with the Academy of General Dentistry. His passion is to provide excellence in clinical dentistry and patient care and believes this begins with utilizing the best dental materials and technology available. He also views the connection between patient’s oral health and total body wellness as the most important value of daily practice.

Dr. Estes, his wife Robyn, and their son Brooks now live in Franklin and are thrilled to be a part of the community. They love living and working in Williamson County and look forward to trying the many local restaurants and attending many Predators and Titans games.