Dr. Robert Caldwell is a Dentist practicing in Millington, TN. Dr. Caldwell specializes in preventing, diagnosing, and treating diseases and conditions associated with the mouth and overall dental health. Dr. Caldwell is trained to carry out such treatment as professional cleaning, restorative, prosthodontic, and endodontic procedures, and performing examinations, among many others. Dr. Caldwell emphasizes full mouth rehabilitation to best improve overall health. Dr. Caldwell has advanced skills in surgery and cosmetic procedures. With over forty years of treating patients, Dr. Caldwell is in excellent health and physical condition. He enjoys the confidence of knowing what is the best treatment options possible and his abilities to accomplish them.
Education and Training
University of Tennessee College of Dentistry D.D.S. 1976
Dr. Robert Edward Caldwell D.D.S.'s Expert Contributions
It depends on each case. Ask the dentist that put the retainer on. That is what he is for. READ MORE
Yes he will. You need to take him to a Pedodentist. This children dental specialist will examine him and recommend a solution to the problem. READ MORE
Dental Implants don't "fall out," but they can become loose due to inflammation of the supporting tissues. The inflammatory process can be caused from poor oral hygiene or systemic disease or traumatic occlusion among the most common causes. Regular check-ups and diligence with home care without other health problems usually results in long-term success. READ MORE
Yes, diabetes weakens the immune response to the bacteria that cause decay. Oral hygiene must be increased in regularity and thoroughness to combat the bacterial colonies. READ MORE
Not necessary to go to an Endodontist for root canal procedures. If your dentist feels competent and does root canals then he will do it, if not he will refer you. I have done all my patients' root canal procedures for over forty years. READ MORE
If you are asking if it is possible for an inhaler to cause dry mouth, yes it is. However if you have been using one your entire life it is unlikely that suddenly it is causing dry mouth unless you changed to a different inhaler. READ MORE
Eliminate all sugar from your diet. Brush and floss every day at least. READ MORE
Yes. Go to the pharmacy and see the myriad of whitening systems offered. They all work to some degree. An example is Crest White Strips. READ MORE
Go to your dentist to get this answered correctly. READ MORE
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You need to go to a Dentist! READ MORE
No not rust, but a stain from something you drink or eat. READ MORE
Fever is a symptom of infection so you need to return to the Dentist to see if that is a source of the infection. READ MORE
Once a year. READ MORE
Sure, aspirin is the original NSAID. A non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug. Also, you can take ibuprofen or acetaminophen, brand names Motrin or Advil and Tylenol. READ MORE
Considering implants to replace back teeth is almost always an option, however you need a dental examination for a dentist to determine if your jaw and bone are appropriate for the implants. Of course many other factors play a part in the determination in your physical health information. READ MORE
If the case of Thrush or Candidiasis is mild, buttermilk and yogurt are good natural substitutes. You can swish orally and swallow. If the case is long standing or severe, you need to go to the Dentist and get anti fungal rinse and pills. READ MORE
If you have already had a dental exam to rule out Periodontal disease then the next thing to check is your tonsils and adenoids. The Otolaryngologists can help with that and if it is something other than the lymphatic glands they can refer you for systemic causes such as diabetes. I left out your tongue but assuming you brush it since you brush and floss daily. READ MORE
Great potential to damage your gums. A better option is an air flosser which is lower force and a mixture of air and liquid. READ MORE
The saliva has immune response cells for infection in the mouth as well as the mucosa so very little chance of infection if it is totally inside the mouth. READ MORE
It happens mostly to the gums due to hormonal changes. Google Pregnancy gingivitis. READ MORE
Dental erosion is usually caused by an acid such as the stomach has and occurs during gastric regurgitation. This is different than attrition which is the mechanical wearing away of the enamel due to friction such as in chewing tobacco. READ MORE
Yes. Get it out, RIGHT NOW! READ MORE
Probably he is drinking something with a sugar in it. Maybe at bedtime and constantly sipping it. Fruit juice, milk, can also cause decay. READ MORE
The other teeth become sore or painful. READ MORE
The alignment of the teeth to a successful and satisfying result is dependent on a few factors. The skill of the Orthodontist, the difficulty of the case, the compliance by the patient including wearing any retainer device after the active treatment, are the main categories. Assuming all goes well as planned, there is little reason not to expect a permanent correction of the problem. READ MORE
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