Dr. Riechers (rhymes with “Stickers”) was born and raised in northwestern Arizona and graduated from the University of Arizona in Tucson before attending the School of Dentistry at the University of Washington in Seattle. After receiving her dental degree in 2007, she completed a one-year general residency (AEGD) in Yakima to expand her skills in surgery, pedodontics, endodontics, prosthodontics, special needs patients, and sedation. She worked for two years in Grants Pass at a local community clinic before beginning her own practice in 2010.
Illustrating her commitment to lifelong education and providing the best care possible for her patients, in 2022 Dr. Riechers was awarded a Fellowship from the Academy of General Dentistry after completing over 500 hundred of hours of continuing education courses and a rigorous examination.
In her free time, she stays busy doing all sorts of outdoor activities with her husband and two children, attends as many local concerts and music festivals as possible, and is a talented mandolin player – she especially enjoys folk, Irish, and bluegrass.