In his state-of-the-art dental office located in the heart of Forest Acres, Dr. Manly Hutchinson has been providing caring, comprehensive dental care for more than 15 years. Patients can expect to be greeted by a cheerful staff the moment they enter and relax in cozy patient rooms that feature digital dental equipment and flat screen televisions overhead.
Because Dr. Hutchinson recognizes that good dental health requires collaboration and understanding between patient and dentist, he takes time to discuss any necessary procedures a patient may need, along with addressing dental health and cosmetic dentistry concerns. From the first visit, Dr. Hutchinson works with the patient to develop a personalized care plan suited to each individual’s dental goals. His experienced team is always available to answer any basic dental questions.
Dr. Hutchinson also understands that a person’s dental needs may extend beyond basic dental care. Dental appearance is a concern for many patients and because of this Dr. Hutchinson continuously strives to stay abreast of the most modern techniques and procedures available. He offers several services that include same day crowns, whitening, dental implants, bridges and dentures. Additionally, Dr. Hutchinson recently began offering a new procedure for composite restorations (bonding). This cutting edge technique allows patients to receive the cosmetic and functional benefits similar to traditional porcelain for a reduced cost and at the same time requiring very little, if any, tooth reduction. Where porcelain crowns and veneers are often beyond the financial ability of a patient, the alternate use of composite, utilizing this technique, can offer a drastically improved appearance with long lasting results. For patients with worn, crowded or unsightly teeth, this new technique may be of benefit to you. Please visit his website at www.hutchinsonfamilydentistry.com for more information.
Dr. Hutchinson also serves as the current president of the Greater Columbia Dental Association. A native of Columbia, he resides in Forest Acres with his wife and five-year old son.