Prosthodontics & Implant Restorations

Complete Your Dental Implant Training

Prosthodontists specialize in the diagnosis and treatment planning of patients who have complex dental needs and who provide treatment services that primarily involve the repair or replacement of natural teeth with a variety of fixed or removable prosthetic options. A prosthodontist has three years of extended training in several areas of restorative dentistry, including dental implants, crowns, bridges, complete dentures, partial dentures, esthetics, occlusion, and facial and dental birth developmental defects. They are trained in the technical and technological aspects of laboratory fabrication of complex dental prosthetics and complex restoration of dental and facial esthetics.

During this two-day course of didactic and hands-on training, you will not only gain the knowledge on HOW to provide fixed dental implant therapies but WHEN and WHY these therapies could and should be considered. A prosthodontist is a dental specialist who has three years of additional training beyond dental school.


Dr. Jyme Charette is excited to guide you through WHAT to look for, WHEN and WHY to choose full arch therapy, and HOW to massively improve your patient’s dental circumstances and lives. Here you will learn the most efficient and well-validated processes to make you more confident and your implant practice more successful.

Dr. Charette’s vision for this course was born out of his desire to enable general dentist to provide higher levels of care for the benefit of their patients and their practices. This course was designed with the understanding that in order for any provider to be successful with prosthodontic level cases, they need to be able to do more than follow the steps. Thus, the course focuses on the diagnosis and treatment planning as well as the execution. Being a prosthodontist means understanding what needs to be done, why it should be done, when it should be done, and how it is done. Dr. Charette has committed himself to teaching others the what, why, when, and how of high level dentistry in a clear and concise course designed with his student’s experience in mind.