Dr. Aymach (pronounced I-Mac!) is a Diplomate of the American Board of Orthodontics. He completed his dental education followed by graduate residency training in orthodontics in 2005. He enjoys learning and therefore continued his education to pursue training in oral surgery and a PhD degree in orthognathic surgery (jaw surgery) from Tohoku University in Japan after having won a distinguished scholarship by the Japanese Ministry of Education, Science, and Technology. In addition, he attended the University of Connecticut and Howard University before he was granted board certification in orthodontics. Dr. Aymach has published his research in multiple national and international orthodontic journals which were also presented in scientific meetings in the United States, Australia, Belgium, Japan, China, and Taiwan.
“I am so grateful to have a career that allows me to do what I love: working with my hands, meeting new people, making others smile, and positively affecting others around me. I enjoy meeting my patients for the first time and hearing their story about why they sought us out for care. The mere fact that I am able to build a personal relationship with each one of my patients makes it worth it in every way! In the meantime, I find it absolutely essential that I keep up to date with the latest technology in the field. I look forward to helping you achieve your perfect smile.”
Outside the office
Dr. Aymach enjoys swimming, biking, and calligraphy. Dr. Aymach speaks fluent Japanese, English, and Arabic. He organizes one of the largest language exchange groups in the Washington DC area.