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Meet Dr. Richard Manwaring

Dr. Richard Manwaring grew up in Utah, Oregon, and Arizona. He received his Bachelor’s degree from Brigham Young University and obtained both his Doctorate in Dental Surgery and specialty training in Pediatric Dentistry at UCLA. He loves living in Twin Falls and being a part of a wonderful dental office and community!

In his personal time, Dr. Manwaring enjoys playing percussion for the Magic Valley Symphony, reading great books, and loves preparing food almost as much as eating it. He also looks forward to any time spent in the great outdoors, especially when it is with his wife, Rachelle, and their four children.

Dr. Manwaring is a member of the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry, the American Dental Association, the OKU Dental Honor Society, and he is Board Certified by the American Board of Pediatric Dentistry.

Contact us today to schedule your visit to our dental office.



Office Manager

Hi! My name is Rocio aka Rosie. I was born in Michoacan Mexico and came to the U.S when I was 4years old and have been in the Magic
Valley area ever since. I have been married to my husband since high school; we have 3 awesome kids ages 19, 15 and 9 that I love very much! I have been in the dental field for 9 years now and have enjoyed it very much it’s been a great career choice! I enjoy spending time with my family and friends I also enjoy baking, doing DIY projects and being outdoors.


Dental Assistant

My name is Shandy, and I was born and raised in Twin Falls. I have been a pediatric dental assistant for 14 years and love working with the youth of our community. I have two beautiful children of my own and an amazing husband! When I am not working, my time is spent with my family and friends enjoying all the wonderful things life has to offer.

Who We Are

Our staff are here to help your child feel comfortable and at ease! Our entire office is designed for the comfort of your children, from the fun murals to the digital X-rays, which require less than half the radiation of traditional X- rays.