About Dr. Jamie Reynolds
Dr. Jamie Reynolds is a dynamic and dedicated professional and one of the nation’s leading voices on high-tech and accelerated orthodontics. He is a leading authority in his field, an in-demand speaker, a relentless innovator, and a successful private-practice orthodontist at Spillane & Reynolds Orthodontics in Novi, Rochester Hills, Troy, and West Bloomfield, Michigan. Dedicated to bringing the best in orthodontic care to his local community and beyond, he co-founded OrthoFi to help make cutting-edge orthodontic treatments an affordable option for more people, and the metro-Detroit chapters of Smile for a Lifetime and Smiles Change Lives, two national foundations that provide “smile scholarships” for children of low-income families.
Dr. Reynolds is a world-renowned speaker who is regularly interviewed by the media and has been featured in US News and World Report Health, Woman’s World Magazine and New York Daily News, among others. A “Certified Damon Educator,” the recipient of Hour Detroit Magazine’s “Top Orthodontist” awards every year the award has been given (2009-2018).
Dr. Reynolds received his undergraduate and dental degrees from the University of Michigan and his master’s degree in orthodontics from the University of Detroit-Mercy. He is a Diplomate of the American Board of Orthodontics, Member of American Dental Association and the American Association of Orthodontists, and travels across the country and around the world for continuing education to stay abreast of the latest orthodontic technology and trends. Also the author of World-Class Smiles, Made in Detroit: The Straight-Shooting Orthodontist’s Guide to Your Amazing Smile, he cuts through the jargon to clearly answer the most common questions about orthodontics, such as what age is best to seek orthodontic care, how to achieve accelerated results, and the pros and cons of the most current treatment options available. Dr. Jamie B. Reynolds is one of the most renowned and respected authorities in orthodontics with an unrivaled dedication to philanthropy, education, and the advancement of orthodontic treatment. He lives in the Detroit area with his wife, Dawn, and their three children and can be found bumming around a beach volleyball court, trying his best at wake surfing and spending time with his family.