Dr. Aubrey Young is passionate about orthodontics and helping people feel confident about their smiles and overall health. She has affectionately been caring for patients at Young Orthodontics for the last 5 years and has been caring for patients in the field of dentistry for over two decades. Her journey in dentistry began in Utah where she received a Dental Assistant Certificate. She graduated Summa Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Science in Dental Hygiene from Weber State University after which she practiced as a dental hygienist for 10 years. Finally pursuing her dream of being an orthodontist, Dr. Young went on to study dentistry at UNLV and graduated with a Doctorate of Dental Medicine with the honor of being named Valedictorian of her dental school class. She attended UNLV Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopedics for 30 months of specialty training in Orthodontics, and received her Masters of Oral Biology defending her thesis in the field of stem cell research.
Dr. Young feels abundant gratitude for her opportunity to be educated in the dental profession. Volunteering in various non-profit clinics for the underprivileged and teaching as a dental health educator has always been a passion for her. She looks forward to many years of sharing her knowledge and skills and giving back to the beautiful community of Chandler.
At Young Orthodontics, Dr. Young focuses on detail oriented, facial driven treatment planning and is devoted to achieving beautiful treatment outcomes that are a balance of esthetics and function. She has a vision of creating timeless relationships with other dental care professionals in the community while working together to provide comprehensive dental care to our mutual patients.
Dr. Young embraces life with the same enthusiasm as she embraces the field of dentistry. She is a mother of two sons ages 17 and 15, and a Yorkshire terrier age 7. Her interests include reading, biking, skateboarding, skiing, hiking, swimming, traveling, and going to museums and the theater. Above all, she cherishes her time with family and friends and describes this as the heart of life.