Dr. James T. Hutta loves living in the city of Westerville and is so happy to now be an even bigger part of this thriving community. Dr. Hutta says “It seemed like a natural fit to merge and serve the community that my brother and I both not only live in, but love being a part of. Westerville is a wonderful city. We’ve both lived here for many years and think it’s a really special place. We couldn’t think of a city we’d rather build a practice together in than Westerville.”
Being an orthodontist requires dedication and passion and there is no orthodontist in Central Ohio as dedicated to improving lives as Dr. Hutta. Kind, compassionate and sensitive to his patients’ needs, Dr. Hutta has been recognized as one of the best orthodontists in Ohio and in the Midwest.
Raised in the Columbus area, Dr. Hutta graduated with honors from the Ohio State College of Biological Sciences and the Ohio State College of Dentistry. He then completed a three-year residency program specializing in orthodontics at the Eastman Dental Center, University of Rochester School of Medicine. He has been practicing orthodontics since 1992.
Staying current on the latest technology in orthodontics is a priority for Dr. Hutta so that he may provide the very best orthodontic care for his patients. Only the latest state-of-the-art technology is offered to his patients.
Dr. Hutta is a member of the American Association of Orthodontics, American Dental Association, Ohio Dental Association, and International College of Dentists, and served on the Board of Directors of the Columbus Dental Society. He is also a past board member of the YMCA and Children’s Hospital Circle of Friends and participates in numerous study groups. Dr. Hutta was recently voted one of the top orthodontists in Columbus by his peers for 2014! He is one of 50 orthodontists in the world working to modify and improve technology.
ALL IN THE FAMILY Q&A
What’s your favorite memory with your brother?
Larry helped coach my summer baseball team while I was in little league and also the summer All Star team. When Larry would come out to the pitching mound, it’d help me settle down and finish the inning strong. So those moments are some of my favorites.
What qualities in your brother do you most admire?
Larry has a solid work ethic, is very dedicated to his family and is the best at his profession.
When you’re not seeing patients together, you can find you and your brother?
Spending free time with family or competing in a friendly game of golf.
Family is…more important than dollars and cents, something I never take for granted and the people I can count on no matter what.