Dr. McReynolds and Dr. Gopffarth always have your best interest in mind. They care about your health, smile, and level of comfort while you’re at our office. As former orthodontic patients themselves, they've experienced how changing a smile can change your life by giving you the self-confidence you deserve.
Our office philosophy is to treat each patient with respect, as if he or she is our most important patient. Quality care is of the utmost importance to Dr. McReynolds, Dr. Gopffarth, and our team.
McReynolds Orthodontics is proud to feature two doctors in one location, which enables Dr. McReynolds and Dr. Gopffarth to give their undivided attention to every patient. They get to know each patient as individuals. Dr. McReynolds has also been consistently voted “Best of the Best” orthodontist in Keller, Texas for each year of the contest!
Our office has a relaxed, family atmosphere, with fun contests and games for patients, and we build a community within and outside our walls. Our staff is very warm and welcoming, and we strive to create both professional and personal relationships with everyone who enters our doors.
We want your orthodontic experience to be something you’ll remember fondly for life! We are all very involved in the community and support local schools, teams, and churches. If you’re into it, we’re interested!
Our growth and development program, called “McReynolds Kids Klub,” is a complimentary program that helps Dr. McReynolds and Dr. Gopffarth track growth and address problems as they arise for patients who are between treatment phases or too young to start. We believe in the importance of properly timed orthodontic treatment.
Smiles for Everyone!
Proper bite function and straight teeth should be available to everyone. Our in-house financing is interest-free and we are flexible with our payment options to make braces affordable for all family budgets.
American Board of Orthodontics Doctor Certification
The American Board of Orthodontics (ABO) was founded in 1929. It is the oldest and most prestigious specialty board in dentistry. The ABO's aim is to elevate the standards of the practice of orthodontia, to familiarize the public with its aim and ideals, and to protect the public against irresponsible and unqualified practitioners.
The Board upholds four main objectives supported by its mission:
- To evaluate the knowledge and clinical skills of graduates of accredited orthodontic programs by conducting exams and conferring time-limited certificates
- To re-evaluate clinical knowledge and skills through administration of recertification exams throughout a Diplomate's career
- To support the development of quality graduate, postgraduate, and continuing education programs in orthodontics
- To promote and encourage certification expertise throughout the world
Becoming Board Certified
To become board certified, an orthodontist has to pass a rigorous set of written and clinical examinations, as well as a comprehensive review of his or her credentials. The initial process of becoming board certified can take anywhere from five to ten years. Once certified, the orthodontist must become recertified every ten years to maintain board-certified status.
What does it mean to be board certified?
A board-certified orthodontist, also known as a Diplomate of the American Board of Orthodontics, has been voluntarily examined by his or her peers on the basis of knowledge and clinical skills. Becoming board certified signifies the orthodontist's pursuit of continued proficiency and excellence in orthodontics.