Young H. An, M.D.
Dr. Young H. An received his medical degree with honors from the University of Illinois, College of Medicine in Chicago. Dr. An completed his residency in Otolaryngology-Head & Neck Surgery at Emory University, with pediatric ENT training at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta – Egleston Hospital, in June 2005.
Dr. An specializes in minimally-invasive management of sleep apnea, snoring, and chronic sinusitis. He has extensive experience with office-based Balloon Sinuplasty procedures, and has served as an instructor for surgeons nationwide on Balloon Sinuplasty for Johnson & Johnson and Acclarent. Dr. An is double board certified by the American Board of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery and in Sleep Medicine, and has served as a guest lecturer at numerous conferences for practitioners nationwide in Sleep Medicine.
Dr. An also specializes in minimally-invasive, office-based treatment of snoring and mild sleep apnea. After a comprehensive upper airway evaluation, Dr. An can offer a customized treatment plan including a wide range of minimally-invasive, in-office procedures such as Pillar implants, turbinate reduction, tonsil reduction, tongue base reduction and palatal procedures.
Born and raised in Chicago, Dr. An came to Atlanta in 2000 for his residency training at Emory University School of Medicine. He also met his wife in Atlanta. Dr. An is active in his church and community, mentoring college and high school students pursuing careers in medicine. He also serves as the drummer for his church music team on Sundays. An avid pianist for over 40 years, Dr. An also enjoys playing the trumpet, saxophone, bass guitar and acoustic guitar. His interests also include cycling, swimming, running and triathlon.
Office-Based Balloon Sinuplasty
Tongue Base Reduction
Minimally-Invasive Management of Sleep Apnea, Snoring &
Dr. An took time out to explain every step of the visit and procedure. I would highly recommend him to family and friends. Also, his staff is great as well!
- Head & Neck Surgery
- Sleep Medicine