My name is Debbie and I wear "two hats" at Reichl Orthodontics. My first hat is that of Office Coordinator which I began wearing in December, 2012. Although I am considered a "newbie" in the office, I am very familiar with Reichl Orthodontics as my second hat is that of being married to Dr. Reichl since 1984. After 30 years of working as a pediatic physical therapist, I "retired" from physical therapy in 2014, to concentrate more fully on the day-to-day operations of the office. I truely enjoy my new career and it has provided me the opportunity to get to know each of our valued staff members more personally, to have interaction with our patients and their families, and to more fully appreciate the amazing results and many benefits orthodontic treatment can provide for children, teens and adults. If I can ever be of assistance to you during your orthodontic journey, please do not hesitate to contact me. I look forward to meeting you and your beautiful smile!
My spare time is spent with Dr. Reichl and our four children, Daniel (Katie), Andrew, Kaitlyn and Madelyn. I also enjoy walking, volunteering with church activities, attending sporting events, travelling and and of course, cheering the Green Bay Packers to victory each season.
I have enjoyed working at Reichl Orthodontics since February of 2008. I have been involved in many aspects of orthodontics throughout my career, including chairside assisting, fabricating laboratory appliances, and front desk duties. The financial side of the practice is now my focus. I take satisfaction in working with our families individually to make the economic factor of treatment practical for everyone. The team here at Reichl Orthodontics works hard every day and is the most knowledgeable, caring, and fun-loving group of coworkers I have ever had the pleasure to know.
Outside of the office, my husband Phil and I like to garden, and follow the Green Bay Packers and Milwaukee Brewers avidly.
Clinical & Treatment Coordinator
I am one of two clinical coordinators and one of two treatment coordinators on our team. My background in orthodontics began in 1995, and I eventually received my Certificate in Orthodontic Assisting in 1997. I welcome the challenge of making sure the day's schedule runs on time. In addition to my clinical responsibilities, I also maintain and order most of the clinical and office supplies used on a daily basis. The best part of my job is having fun with everyone, including those I work with and each patient I see for an appointment. Helping to make sure everyone's day is a good one is my personal pleasure.
Outside of the office, I treasure times spent with my husband Troy, my adult son Tyler, our son Branyan born with Down syndrome and involved with Special Olympics, and our daughter Payton who loves gymnastics and baseball. I am also very involved with our family business, Vetro Winery, in Jefferson, Wisconsin.
Scheduling Coordinator & Office Assistant
I am fortunate to have become a member of this outstanding team in August of 2008. My responsibilities include scheduling patients, computer reports, daily schedules, and anything else needed to help things run smoothly. I am retired from the United States Air Force, where I worked in the Logistics and Command Post fields. My pride then, as it is now, is doing the very best I can do in all areas to help make sure everything runs smoothly. I take personal pride in being able to help out in many areas of our office, whether scheduling or clinical. My co-workers have become my second family and I love the support we give one another.
I spend all of my free time with my son, Michael. Michael is legally blind, and we are involved in many activities with the Blind Outdoor Leisure Development Organization (BOLD). Together, we love downhill skiing, swimming, Brewers games, gardening, and anything done outdoors! He is the love of my life! Volunteering for those with special needs is also close to my heart.
I've worked in the dental field since August of 2000, when I graduated from the Department of Defense (DoD) Dental Assistant Program. I completed my DoD internship at Kelly Air Force Base, San Antonio, Texas, where I worked as a dental and oral surgery assistant and received my State of Texas radiology certificate. I've worked as an orthodontic assistant since moving back to Wisconsin in August of 2001. I joined this practice in 2003. As an orthodontic assistant, I want to ensure that each and every patient fully understands their treatment process and the final objective. I realize orthodontics can be a stressful event, so I strive to make my patients as relaxed, comfortable, and as informed as possible. Performing all procedures to the best of my ability is my personal goal.
I like to travel, garden, and shop in my free time. I also enjoy spending quality time with my husband, Bob, and our three sons and their families.
I am one of two “Nancys” in the practice, as well as one of two clinical coordinators. I have had the pleasure of working in the orthodontic field since 1982. Although I have been doing this for a long time, I continue to be excited for each new patient to begin their treatment with us, and equally amazed on the day their braces are removed. It is so rewarding to know collectively, we have made such a huge change to their smile and self-confidence. I take great personal pleasure in working with my team members, even though I have been known to squirt them with water from time to time (all in fun). If given the opportunity to do it all again, I could never imagine doing anything other than what I am doing right now.
My best moments, when outside the office, are spent with my children Brittany and Michael. I especially enjoy being a horse show mom for my daughter and her horse, Alex!
I am the other Nancy in our office. I have been in the orthodontic field since 1980 and have happily been a part of this spectacular team since 2004. I have experience as a clinical chairside assistant and extensive knowledge in the laboratory portion of orthodontics. I truly enjoy working with our patients and being able to see their smiles transform right before my eyes. Working with Dr. Reichl and this wonderful staff is an added benefit beyond measure!
I am proud to be married to my husband Don and the mother of our son Jonathan and daughter Nikki. Other than spending time with my family, I love reading, baking, and flower gardening.
Orthodontic Assistant & Laboratory Technician
My experiences in the dental field since 1982, have allowed me to proudly work in two areas at Reichl Orthodontics. Being a clinical chairside assistant allows me to work with patients of all ages; adults whose lives are truly enhanced with a great smile, and the children and teens whose lives are also changed forever because of orthodontics. I work hard at making each one of them feel at home and comfortable when coming in for their routine appointments. As laboratory technician, I fabricate most of the functional appliances and retainers, ensuring they meet only the highest of standards. Being part of a caring team in a fun and relaxed atmosphere, well it just doesn't get much better than that!
When not at work, I enjoy spending time with my children and grandchildren!
I recently started working in the orthodontic field and am excited to be working with such an amazing team! I was introduced to this career by my son, a patient at Reichl Orthodontics, and could not be more excited to learn more about the amazing things done at Reichl Orthodontics. I look forward to working with all of our wonderful patients; each and every one puts a smile on my face with their beautiful smiles!
I love being outside in the backyard with my husband and two sons, whether we are throwing around a football or just enjoying the view.
Orthodontic Assistant & Laboratory Technician
I have been with the practice since 1995. I truly enjoy my job, and find much satisfaction in what I do every day. I am privileged to be one of the first to meet our new patients, as it is my responsibility to take all your initial photographs and digital images. I get to use some of my creative energy making all of our contest bulletin boards. Check them out on our website!
My free time is spent with my husband Ken, our son Mike, and our daughter Sara and their families. We are proud Nana and Papa to three rambunctious grandsons, two precious little girls, and one cat. I also enjoy reading, walking, biking, and creating handmade greeting cards.
Scheduling & Treatment Coordinator
I began my orthodontic career here in 1992. Since then, I have increased my knowledge and love for it, so much so, that I now have the opportunity to educate everyone considering enhancing their smile about this fascinating world of orthodontics. Understanding your treatment and the reasons for it, validates its profound benefits and lifetime positive effects. The magical part of orthodontics is that when finished, everyone's final result is extraordinary and life-changing. I am proud to be working alongside some of the most gifted, knowledgeable, enthusiastic, and caring people in the orthodontic field. Collectively, we guarantee you the smile of your dreams and an amazing experience with customer service second to none.
My personal time outside of the office is spent with my family, friends, and the newest member of our family, “Miss Kitty.” I also enjoy writing, artwork, or just kicking back and admiring the birds, butterflies, and everything else for which I need to give thanks. I look forward to meeting all of you!
I've been a clinical chairside assistant with the practice since 2005. I became interested in orthodontics through my Aunt Nancy, who is one of the clinical coordinators in our office. I enjoy working with my hands, interacting with our patients, tracing cephalometric radiographs, and witnessing the awesome transformation of our patients' smiles. It’s a joy to get to know each patient personally as they become a part of our orthodontic family!
I enjoy spending time with my husband, Matt and our sons Colton and Weston during my free time ouside of the office. I also enjoy riding my horse, Sooner, four-wheeling and home improvement projects.
Dr. Michael Inda
TMJ AND Facial Pain Treatment Program
Dr. Michael J. Inda, a Milwaukee native, graduated from Marquette University High School, Marquette University and Marquette University School of Dentistry. After practicing general dentistry for 10 year in Waukesha, Dr. Inda returned to school and received his Certificate in Orthodontics and Master of Science in Oral Biology from Loyola University. He then returned to Waukesha and practiced orthodontics full time until 2007. Dr. Inda has always had a passion for working with patients suffering from TMD (temporal mandibular disorder) and now works part time at Reichl Orthodontics providing TMD treatment. He also works part time for Complete Mobile Dentistry providing dental exams for United States military members at various locations throughout the world
Dr. Inda is a member of the American Association of Orthodontists, the Midwestern Society of Orthodontists, the Wisconsin Society of Orthodontists, the American College of Dentists and the International College of Dentists. He has been a member of numerous boards and committees for the Wisconsin Dental Association, the Midwestern Society of Orthodontists and the American Association of Orthodontists. His most notable positions have been president of the Waukesha County Dental Society, president of the Wisconsin Dental Association, director to the Midwestern Society of Orthodontists and the 2004/2005 president of the Midwestern Society of Orthodontists.
In his free time, Dr. Inda enjoys spending time with his wife, Patricia, and together they enjoy golfing, traveling and spending time with their children and grandchildren.
I began working at Reichl Orthodontics during the summer before my senior year of high school as part of my school's co-op program. I fell in love with helping out where ever I was needed in the office. Recently, I started working directly with patients and I enjoy every minute of it. Growing up I was always intrigued by and had an interest in the dental field. Working at Reichl Orthodontics has been such a great opportunity for me. The Reichl Orthodontic team is filled with amazing and caring people who have helped me learn more about orthodontics through a "guided" hands on approach. Working here has confirmed my interest in the dental field and I hope to pursue a career in the dental field after I graduate. I graduated from Waukesha West High School in 2014, and I am currently attending UW-Whitewater majoring in biology with a pre-dental emphasis. I am also involved in color guard at UW-Whitewater and in my free time, I enjoy being active, playing softball, spending time with family and friends, travelling and being outside.
My name is Abbi and I am one of the student assistants at Reichl Orthodontics. I've really enjoyed the variety of tasks involved in this position and learning some of the "behind the scenes" aspects of orthodontics. Currently, I am a senior in high school. I have played the violin since I was four and I am a part of two orchestras and a violin group in the Milwaukee area. This past summer I was fortunate to be able to go to Vienna and Budapest with the Milwaukee Youth Symphony Orchestra. Some of my other hobbies include reading and art.