Todd Kleinrichert, DDS
I take pleasure in helping patients achieve the dental health
and appearance they deserve. Dentistry
has so much to offer, from cosmetic applications to restoration, and it is our
desire to offer patients the newest and most effective techniques available. It is very gratifying to receive complements, encouraging reviews
and smiles of appreciation from our patients who have had their lives improved. Our office has gained a reputation, here in
New Haven, for being dedicated, quality-centered, and detail oriented.
My staff members take personal pride in their jobs and desire to help our
patients, many of whom are our friends, neighbors and family. Patient satisfaction is what we strive for
I attended Indiana
University School of Dentistry in Indianapolis, IN, where I graduated with
my Doctorate of Dental Surgery in 1997. I have been practicing dentistry for 15
years and have been in private practice for more than 5 years. In that time
there have been several changes in the field of dentistry. It is my goal as a
dentist to stay current in order to offer modern technology and the best dental
treatments to my patients. My patients trust me to provide the dental care they
need, so along with my regular services, I have extended my expertise in other
areas such as orthodontics, oral surgery, mini-implants, and periodontal
My profession has allowed me to help a wide variety of people in my
community, and it is important to me to be active in the area where I live and
Outside the Office
I grew up in Fort Wayne as did my wonderful wife, Heidi. Heidi and I have three children that fill our
life with joy. I spend most of my free time supporting and encouraging my
children in their schooling and many extracurricular activities. I also enjoy movies and adore the great outdoors.
Dr. Kleinrichert and the entire staff believe investing in community is
important and feel we should each do our part to enrich and enhance it.
A few of the ways we give back is through preschool oral education,
student internships, supporting animal shelters and personal church
Pictured below is Dr. Kleinrichert and Linda (one of our assistants)
assisting an equestrian vet at the Black Pine
Animal Sanctuary. The Black Pine's lion, Mufassa, had an abscess on the outside
lower jaw. Dr. Kleinrichert and Linda were invited to helped the sanctuary’s vet diagnose
the problem and assisted in the surgery.