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Dr. Boone

Adult Dentist

Dr. Nathaniel “Boone” Caldon was born at Wurthsmith AFB, MI to Colonel Bill and Margaret Caldon where he spent most of his childhood traveling the world with his father’s Air Force career. At 18 he enlisted in the Air National Guard at Scotia, NY and worked as a certified EMT-B and Aeroevacuation Flight Technician. He gained his Bachelor of Science through the State University of New York at Albany in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (2002). He was then accepted to dental school at Boston University’s Goldman School of Dental Medicine and commissioned in the Air Force as a 2nd Lieutenant under the Health Professionals Scholarship Program. After graduating from dental school, Dr. Boone completed a one-year residency in advanced education in general dentistry at Keesler AFB, MI and followed on with a three-year tour at Tinker AFB, OK where he served as a general dentist. Dr. Boone was accepted to the Advanced Education in General Dentistry 2 program at Lackland AFB, TX where he earned a certification as a Comprehensive Dentist and a Master’s Degree in Oral Biology through the Uniform Service’s University. Dr. Boone obtained board certification through the American Board of General Dentists and is a Fellow with the Academy of General Dentistry. His education has gained him expanded dental skills to in molar endodontics, implant placement, and restoration as well as wisdom tooth extractions. Dr. Boone is married to Dr. Rachel Acciacca and U.S. Army officer and veterinarian completing a Small Animal Critical Care residency at Colorado State University.

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