Charles Pham, DMD
Dr. Charles Pham graduated from Tufts University School of Dental Medicine in Boston, MA with his DMD and went on to obtain his certificate in periodontics and Master of Medical Science (MMSc) from Harvard School of Dental Medicine. Originally from Georgia, Dr. Pham completed his undergraduate degree at the University of Georgia.
While at Tufts, Dr. Pham served as Co-President of the Tufts Periodontology Study Club. He contributed an online PowerPoint presentation for one of the chapters of a well-known textbook in periodontics: “Carranza’s Clinical Periodontology”, on the topic of “Restorative Interrelationships”. Upon graduation, he was honored to be the recipient of the Robert, D51, and Eleanor Levin Endowed Senior Prize Fund in Periodontics.
While at Harvard, Dr. Pham participated in research on dental lasers and their use for periodontitis as well as on a widely used dental material in implant dentistry- zirconia. He also presented on the use of dental lasers for periodontal surgery at the Ivy League Tri-School to residents and faculty from Columbia University, University of Pennsylvania, and Harvard University. Upon finishing his residency he was awarded the American Academy of Implant Dentistry (AAID) Postdoctoral Award.
While not working, Dr. Pham and his wife enjoy exploring the architecture and nature around New England, taking photographs, and cooking. He is excited to be a part of the Rhode Island community.