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Dr. Ashley Orynich

Board Certified Pediatric Dentist, 2015

  • Raised in Boca Raton, Florida
  • Parents, brother and sister all in the medical field

Education

  • University of Florida, BS, 2006
  • Harvard School of Dental Medicine, DMD, 2011
  • Harvard Kennedy School of Government, Master of Public Administration (MPA), 2011
  • Texas A&M University, Baylor College of Dentistry – Certificate in Pediatric Dentistry 2014
  • Master of Oral Science 2014
  • Board Certified Pediatric Dentist, 2014

Internships

  • International Organization for Migration (IOM), Global Health Internship, Geneva, Switzerland, 2007
  • United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) Global Health Internship, Senegal, West Africa, 2009
  • Pan-American Health Organization (PAHO)/Universidad Cristiana Latinoamericana (UCL) Escuela de Odontologia, Fellowship, Quito, Ecuador, 2011

Residency Training

  • Baylor College of Dentistry
  • Children’s Medical Center of Dallas
  • Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children

Professional Associations

  • Appointed Medical Staff, Saint Francis Hospital Surgery Department
  • Member, Tulsa County Dental Society
  • Member, Oklahoma Dental Association (ODA)
  • ODA Alternate Representative, Oklahoma Health Care Authority (OHCA) Medicaid Advisory Committee (MAC)
  • Appointed Member, State Medicaid Dental Focus Group
  • Founder/Public Policy Advocate, Oklahoma Academy of Pediatric Dentistry
  • Member, Southwestern Society of Pediatric Dentistry
  • Marketing Committee Appointment, Healthy Smiles, Healthy Children: AAPD
  • Adjunct Assistant Professor, Texas A&M Baylor College of Dentistry

Hobbies

I love to sing and dance! I also enjoy creating art, visiting museums, learning languages, and taking long naps (;

Message From Dr. Orynich:

“I decided to pursue pediatric dentistry as a specialty after returning from West Africa. I knew that working in an environment with children would be incredibly fun and also bring fulfillment.

During my pediatric residency, we treated many children in Dallas who had never been taught about the importance of oral health, nutrition and hygiene, and many more who had never been treated by a dentist.

As pediatric dentists, we have an opportunity to work with families and help advocate for changes in public health policies to improve the lives of the children around us. Understanding this has motivated me to serve as a child advocate in health policy.”