There are not enough words to describe the positive that Dr. Jeffrey Roth has added to the lives of both my then 19 year old son and subsequently myself. Just came across these reviews looking for his number. Hope this will perhaps influence your decision in selecting am exceptional professional Dr. Had no referral to an ENT. My son broke his nose at college. After reading reviews from my Health provider I selected Dr. J Roth. Two words. "Life changer" My son had surgery repairing his broken nose and has retained clear airway for the past three years. Dr. Roth subsequently preformed sinus surgery on me after my GP refereed me to her ENT. My treatment prior included over 80 days of antibiotic. Suffering needlessly, once Dr. Roth treated me with appropriate medication and surgery, I have had two years of relief until this week after a viral infection! Dr. Roth performed two emergency surgery's and a tonsillectomy on my son. The staff has been nothing but the most professional and friendly I have ever been to. My now 21 year old"s all time favorite DR. His first surgery was pumped up late so he could perform emergency surgery on a baby. Suggest the negative bride though ill, had no clue to the job this man has to shoulder and his dedication. You better hope your surgeon eats and when asked responds in an upbeat friendly manner!!!! He is a great soul< that I am grateful to defend.
Posted: 7/25/2010 • Link to this review
I too had a great experience with Dr. Roth. The guy is upbeat and always in a good mood.. I went to another ENT who was known as the top ENT in the business and I got worse and wasn't getting better.. I finally searched around and found Dr. Roth made an appt and he looked at me very carefully prescribed what I needed and said see me in a week.. I was better in 3 days.. I'm so happy I found Dr. Roth.. He's a First Rate ENT...
Posted: 3/01/2010 • Link to this review
Dr. Roth has cared for and treated my daughter's ears from age 9. She is now 20, and her ears and hearing are great. Then, for my mom, 85, he had his audiologist Elizabeth test and fit her with hearing aids. Another success. And for me, I have had sinus surgery at the hands of Dr. Roth with great results. I would and do recommend him if you need an ENT.
Posted: 4/11/2009 • Link to this review
I don't normally write reviews, however, I could not help but to respond to the ONLY (and negative) review on Dr. Roth. Dr. Roth has treated me, both my children and my father-in-law for years. He has put 3 sets of tubes in my two childrens ears and performed a serious sinus sergery on my father-in-law. We ALL love him!! He has a VERY caring bedside manner and is wonderful with kids. He is also great with fearful parents going through first-time surgery on their children. At a very difficult time while I was very sick, (raising two young children, taking care of aging parents at home) he booked me same day and took the time to talk with myself and my husband about working at lifestyle issues to improve my stress and health. I am sorry that someone had a bad one-time experience. If he is secure, it is because he has reason to be. He has performed over 4,000 successful tube surgeries. We give him AND the other doctors we have seen at the practice an A+++++.
Posted: 9/06/2008 • Link to this review
As an existing patient to a business, I have never been treated so rudely from a business let alone a medical practice. I came in on my appointment and let the office know my name will be change due to marriage (give the office a heads-up to put my new name on my records also. My ID and insurance were still under my single name. The Office Manager Nina Smith refused to treat us until I provided them with documentation on my new name. I suggested them to call my insurance company to discuss the issues and even offered to pay cash until I could fax them the document, but Nina Smith refused treatment until I produced the name change document for them. Luckily I had a copy at my office and I contacted my office and them fax a copy over. My ordeal with Northeast Atlanta ENT just started. Dr. Jeffery Roth decided at this point that it was more important for his to go to lunch that to treat a patient. After waiting an hour and fifteen minutes in pain waiting for Dr. Jeffery Roth to return I decided to ask his if he enjoy his lunch. This pompous Yankee had the audacity to take 30 seconds explaining how great his lunch was, even though he knew we were waiting for us to be seen. If you want to deal with professionals this is not the place to go.
Posted: 4/29/2008 • Link to this review
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