Dr. Danielle M. McCormack was born in Miami and raised on the west coast of Florida in Port Charlotte. She is a graduate of Florida State University where she earned her Bachelor of Science in Biology with a Minor in Chemistry. Dr. McCormack then moved to Richmond to attend dental school at Virginia Commonwealth University School of Dentistry. After earning her Doctor of Dental Surgery degree, she stayed at VCU and entered the three year residency program in Periodontics. Upon successful completion, Dr. McCormack earned her Masters of Science degree. Additionally, during her period of studies at VCU she was recognized among all of her peers for both the Student Award for Achievement in Periodontology and first place for her clinical research.
Dr. McCormack is a board certified periodontist and has been voted one of Richmond’s top periodontists as published in Richmond Magazine and Virginia Living Magazine 2018. She is trained in the latest techniques to treat periodontal disease, placement of dental implants to replace some or all teeth, perform soft tissue and bone grafting procedures, and offers oral and IV sedation for her patients. She continues to further her education and skills through courses, conventions, and study clubs; allowing her to stay current on the latest advances in her chosen field and better serve her patients. She is a member of the American Academy of Periodontology, the American Dental Association, the Virginia Dental Association, the Richmond Dental Society, the Virginia Society of Periodontists, the Southern Academy of Periodontology, and the Richmond Society of Women Dentists.
Dr. McCormack has devoted time and volunteered her skills in under-served areas of Virginia through the VDA Missions of Mercy projects. These projects bring much needed dental care to underserved areas at no cost in order to improve the lives and health of individuals. She looks forward to continuing participation in these type of volunteer activities to help others and give back to the community.
When she is not in the office, Dr. McCormack enjoys playing flute/piccolo with the Richmond Concert Band, traveling, getting lost in a book, and cooking/baking. She lives in Midlothian with her fiancé and enjoys time spent with her family, friends, and two rescue labs Ranger and Riddick.
Dr. John H. White currently practices as a private practice clinician in Richmond, Virginia. Originally from Huntington, WV, Dr. White later attended the University of Richmond graduating with a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, Finance Concentration. Finding his true calling in dentistry, Dr. White later obtained his Doctor of Dental Surgery (DDS) degree from Virginia Commonwealth University’s (VCU) School of Dentistry in 2015. He went on to receive a specialty certificate in periodontics, dental implant surgery and IV conscious sedation at VCU as well as a Masters of Science in Dentistry (M.S.D) degree for his research work on the future of the periodontal specialty.
Dr. White is a Diplomate of the American Board of Periodontolgy. He has received several awards for clinical and academic excellence and served in numerous leadership roles. Dr. White maintains active membership in the American Dental Association, Virginia Dental Association, Richmond Dental Society, American Academy of Periodontology, Virginia Society of Periodontics, and Southern Academy of Periodontology.
He co-founded and currently runs a dental study club in Richmond, Va. Dr. White maintains a private practice limited to periodontal and dental implant surgery with Drs. Richardson, Overstreet, and Glazier. His clinical interests include bone and soft tissue regeneration and dental implant surgery. In his spare time, Dr. White enjoys golf and tennis as well as spending time with his wife and their two children.
Dr. Amy Reichert is a Richmond, VA native, but spent her undergraduate years in Harrisonburg, VA at James Madison University. She returned to Richmond to attend dental school at Virginia Commonwealth University. Here she received her DDS degree, and then studied further to receive her MSD degree based on her clinical research and her certificate in periodontics and implant dentistry. Although she will always have a place in her heart for her hometown, she missed the Shenandoah Valley dearly during her years at VCU, and she is thrilled to be back.
Dr. Reichert provides dental care specific to periodontal diseases and replacement of missing teeth. She continues to attend meetings and courses to ensure she is providing the best possible care for her patients. At the office, her goal is to always create a relaxing environment where her patients feel like family. When she’s not practicing dentistry, Dr. Amy enjoys hiking, painting, spending time with her friends and family and spoiling her dog.
Thank you to Our Past Presidents
2019- Lillie Pitman, DMD
2018 - Thomas Glazier, DDS, MS
2017 – Stephanie C. Voth, DDS, MSD
2016 – Robert Sabatini, DDS, MS
2015 – Carl Block, DDS, FASO