Jay Young M.D.

Dr. Jay Young is board certified in Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery. He was graduated from Tulane University with a degree in Biomedical Engineering. From there, he earned a full-tuition scholarship to the University of Mississippi Medical Center and subsequently trained at the prestigious Vanderbilt University medical center. Dr. Young specializes in minimally invasive nasal/sinus surgery, facial plastic/reconstructive procedures, nasal airway obstruction including functional/cosmetic rhinoplasty, hearing/balance disorders, voice/throat disorders, chronic cough, otolaryngic allergies, and more. He has published papers in peer-reviewed journals and presented his work at national conferences.

Specialties:

General ENT, Ear, Hearing, Allergy, Sinus and Facial Plastics

Languages:

Inglés y español (básico)

Patient Testimonial

Highly recommend Dr. Young.

by S.H

Very professional, friendly, knowledgeable ENT doctor with great bedside manners. He took time to listen to you, explained diagnosis, treatment plans, medications, and follow ups very clearly. Absolutely the best experience compared to other ENT doctors in the area. The office staff is very friendly and efficient, and the practice is new and upscale. Thank you Dr. Young.


Ear

The ears help us hear the sounds around us, as well as maintain our balance when we stand and walk. When pieces of the ear are infected or begin not to work properly, your hearing and balance can be impacted.

  • Hearing Loss
  • Ear Infections
  • Dizziness

Audiology

Audiology is the branch of medicine that deals with hearing. Our specialized audiologists help to determine the source of your hearing loss and work with you to utilize the available options that can help improve it.

  • Hearing Loss

Allergy

Allergies are the immune system’s abnormal response to a foreign substance around you. These are items that don’t cause a reaction in all patients, but your immune system has found them to be harmful and reacted. Allergies can include environmental allergens such as dust and pollen, as well as food or medications.

  • Environmental Allergy
  • Immune Deficiency
  • Asthma Management
  • Hives and Eczema

Sinus

Your sinuses are hollow cavities that help found around the noses and eyes. Their walls are lined with mucus that helps filter and humidify our air. If this mucus does not drain properly, the sinuses can become blocked. This leads to problems such as sinus infections or other conditions.

  • Deviated Nasal Septum
  • Congestion (Nasal Blockage)
  • Nasal Drainage
  • Sinus Infections
  • Loss of Sense of Taste and Smell

Sleep

Sleep is an essential part of preparing yourself for the day ahead. We’ve all experienced the difficulties that a lousy night of sleep can cause. For those with sleep disorders, achieving a good night of sleep can be even more challenging and even require medical intervention to be achieved.

  • Snoring
  • Sleep Apnea

Head & Neck

The head and neck are hosts to different types of glands that help us maintain our health. Much like other areas of the body, the head and neck and the glands within can experience infection, swelling, and cancer. This can affect the overall balance of our health and the systems that maintain it.

  • Thyroid Masses
  • Neck Masses
  • Salivary Glands Masses
  • Enlarged Lymph Nodes
  • Abnormal Parathyroid Glands
  • Chronic Tonsils and Adenoid Infections

Voice & Swallowing

Our voices can help us connect and communicate with the world around us. While speaking can seem easily achieved, it is really the work of several muscles and organs working together to achieve sound. If one of these muscles is strained or infected, the voice or swallowing can be impacted.

  • Vocal Cord Tumors
  • Acid Reflux
  • Hoarseness
  • Difficulty Swallowing
  • Vocal Cord Nodules and Polyps

Ear

The ears help us hear the sounds around us, as well as maintain our balance when we stand and walk. When pieces of the ear are infected or begin not to work properly, your hearing and balance can be impacted.

  • Balance Testing
  • Ear Hygiene and Wax Removal
  • Ear Tubes
  • Repair of Eardrum Perforation
  • Surgical Treatment of Chronic Ear Infections

Audiology

Audiology is the branch of medicine that deals with hearing. Our specialized audiologists help to determine the source of your hearing loss and work with you to utilize the available options that can help improve it.

  • Hearing Aids Dispensing
  • Hearing Aids Programming & Maintenance
  • Hearing Testing
  • Surgery to Repair Hearing

Allergy

Allergies are the immune system’s abnormal response to a foreign substance around you. These are items that don’t cause a reaction in all patients, but your immune system has found them to be harmful and reacted. Allergies can include environmental allergens such as dust and pollen, as well as food or medications.

  • Allergy Shots
  • Allergy Drops
  • Food Allergy Testing

Sinus

Your sinuses are hollow cavities that help found around the noses and eyes. Their walls are lined with mucus that helps filter and humidify our air. If this mucus does not drain properly, the sinuses can become blocked. This leads to problems such as sinus infections or other conditions.

  • Surgery for Nasal Polyps and Chronic Sinusitis
  • Septoplasty Deviated Septum Surgery
  • Nasal Turbinate Reduction
  • Balloon Sinuplasty

Sleep

Sleep is an essential part of preparing yourself for the day ahead. We’ve all experienced the difficulties that a lousy night of sleep can cause. For those with sleep disorders, achieving a good night of sleep can be even more challenging and even require medical intervention to be achieved.

  • Evaluation of Snoring and Sleep Apnea

Head & Neck

The head and neck are hosts to different types of glands that help us maintain our health. Much like other areas of the body, the head and neck and the glands within can experience infection, swelling, and cancer. This can affect the overall balance of our health and the systems that maintain it.

  • Endoscopic Inspection of the Throat and Voice Box (Flexible laryngoscopy)

Voice & Swallowing

Our voices can help us connect and communicate with the world around us. While speaking can seem easily achieved, it is really the work of several muscles and organs working together to achieve sound. If one of these muscles is strained or infected, the voice or swallowing can be impacted.

  • Speech Therapy
  • Vocal Cord and Voice Examination

Provider Biography

Dr. Jay Young is board certified in Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery. He graduated from Tulane University with a degree in Biomedical Engineering. From there, he earned a full-tuition scholarship to the University of Mississippi Medical Center. Dr. Young then completed his internship and residency in otolaryngology at the prestigious Vanderbilt University Medical Center. This residency program is generally regarded as one of the best and the department is ranked in the top ten in the country by US News. While there he trained with some of the national leaders in all avenues of otolaryngology. He also earned one of the highest scores in the country on the training examination, scoring in the 9th stanine.

Dr. Young specializes in hearing/balance disorders, minimally invasive sinus/skull base surgery, facial plastic/reconstructive procedures, nasal airway obstruction, voice/throat disorders, chronic cough, otolaryngic allergies, and more. He has published papers in peer-reviewed journals and presented his work at national conferences. Dr. Young has also published invited reviews of the middle ear implants and is one of a limited number of providers trained to implant one of the latest. A true teacher at heart, Dr. Young is also actively involved in the education of medical students and residents.  

 

Dr. Young holds privileges at the following facilities:

  • Memorial Healthcare System
  • Hollywood Surgical Center
  • Aventura Surgical Center
  • Aventura Hospital
  • Miami Children’s Hospital
  • Bayside Ambulatory Surgery Center
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Education

Dr. Jay Young graduated from Tulane University with a degree in Biomedical Engineering. From there, he earned a full-tuition scholarship to the University of Mississippi Medical Center. Dr. Young then completed his internship and residency in otolaryngology at the prestigious Vanderbilt University Medical Center.

Bachelor’s Degree

  • Tulane University

Doctor of Medicine

  • University of Mississippi Medical Center

Awards and Honors

  • Diplomate American Board of Otolaryngology

Professional Memberships

  • American Academy of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery
  • American Academy of Facial Plastics and Reconstructive Surgery
  • American Academy of Otolaryngic Allergy
  • American Rhinoloigc Society

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