Dr. Halmos completed his specialty training in Prosthodontics at the University of California San Francisco. Prior to this three-year residency, he attended the Harvard School of Dental Medicine receiving his D.M.D degree with honors in 2003. While at Harvard, he conducted research in the Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery at the Massachusetts General Hospital studying the effects of trauma on the human mandible.
Dr. Halmos’ research, clinical, and academic achievements were recognized with numerous awards over the past decade including the American College of Dentists Achievement Award, the John E. Thayer Award, and the Pierre Fauchard Academy Scholarship.
Although his sincerity and passion for patient care makes him unique as a health care provider, Dr. Halmos is proud to follow in the footsteps of his father who came to this country as a dentist from Romania in 1975. His mother worked as the office manager in their family practice for the past 27 years until their joint retirement in 2006. Dr. Halmos has made it his lifelong commitment to carry on the same level of care, compassion, and sincerity to his patients that his parents have shown their patients for almost three decades.
Dr. Manning was born and raised in Wilson, NC. She received her bachelor degrees in biology and chemistry, with honors, from East Carolina University, and then received her Doctor of Dental Surgery degree from the University of North Carolina School of Dentistry in Chapel Hill, NC. She completed her specialty training in Prosthodontics at the Harvard School of Dental Medicine where she also received her Doctor of Medical Science degree.
During her time at both UNC and Harvard, she received multiple accolades for her accomplishments clinically, in research, and in teaching, including the Southeastern Academy of Prosthodontics “Excellence in Prosthodontics” Award and the C.L. Stockwell Scholarship Award for outstanding achievement in the study and teaching of dental anatomy at UNC. At Harvard, she received the Straumann Scholarship, Top Poster Presentation Award for her research on Osteoarthritis, and an award for Best Medical Device Design at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
In addition to providing excellent patient care at Advanced Dentistry, Dr. Manning is also an Assistant Professor in the Restorative Department at Oregon Health Sciences University School of Dentistry and is developing the prosthodontics curriculum for the OHSU General Practice Residency.
Dr. Manning believes that with help and guidance from a caring dental team, every person can achieve the very best oral health possible. Her goal is to provide excellent, individualized comprehensive care based on an individuals preference.
Dr. Manning’s article ‘Discoidin Domain Receptor 2 as a Potential Therapeutic Target for Development of Disease-Modifying Osteoarthritis Drugs‘ published in The American Journal of Pathology, Vol. 186, No.11 in November 2016 was given the Editor’s Choice Award.