Dr. Ellen Inyoung Huh was born and raised in Seoul, South Korea. She received a BS in Materials Science and Engineering at Korea University, the continued her studies in the United States earning a Doctor of Dental Medicine (DMD) degree in 2012 at Case Western Reserve University School of Dental Medicine in Cleveland, Ohio. After graduation, Dr. Huh completed an Advanced Education in General Dentistry (AEGD) at Case Western Reserve, School of Dental Medicine. Additionally, she served as a clinical instructor for three years in the AEGD department at Case Western Reserve University.
Dr. Huh is deeply driven to help others and is committed to understanding the needs and desires of each patient. She takes great pride in providing the highest quality of dentistry, personalized to each patient to improve their oral and overall health. She continuously keeps up with the latest advancements in Implantology, Invisalign, Oral Surgery, Root Canal Therapy, General Dentistry, and Cosmetic Dentistry by attending numerous continuing education courses. Dr. Huh spends her free time with her family. She enjoys hiking, golfing, and traveling. She is also fluent in English and Korean.
In addition to being a Fellow of American General Dentistry, Dr. Huh is an active member of:
I’m an MAGD dentist! What does that mean for you and your family?
MAGD stands for Master of the Academy of General Dentistry. The journey to earn the Master designation signifies a steadfast commitment to dental excellence and ongoing education far beyond basic graduation requirements. Fewer than 2 percent of general dentists in the U.S. and Canada can call themselves AGD Masters. Spotting a dentist with MAGD next to their name gives you the assurance that they are deeply committed to staying updated with the cutting-edge techniques and best practices in dentistry.
AGD Masters take it a step further and apply these techniques in practical, hands-on settings multiple times throughout the year — a practice not followed by every dentist.
In order to become an AGD Master, a dentist must:
Complete over 1,100 credit hours of Continuing Education. Complete a series of highly structured and demanding hands-on courses in 16 dental disciplines. Successfully pass a comprehensive examination that is on par with the rigor of board certification exams.