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  • B
    Northwest ENT & Allergy Center
    I went in to check for any other reason for my frequent bloody noses, beside thin skin in my nostrils. The thin skin condition was confirmed. Allergy testing was also prescribed. Confirmed known allergies via the battery of skin ****** with allergens. My PCP had already prescribed Epipen for my most severe allergy (exoskeleton shellfish and cats), so nothing else was needed. The next check which is required was a CT scan of my head which showed a slight deviation of my septum and slight irritation in my sinuses. The doctor said correction for that deviation would be surgery or I could take medications to ease any breathing blockages. For a minor deviated septum, I chose medication (although I'm not having breathing problems, yet). Since the two visits resulted in confirmation of no other issues, I expect that I will not need to return. Billing: Northwest ENT promptly bills for their services. My recommendation is to wait until you've received your insurance EOB (Explanation of Benefits) statements showing what your insurance has paid them. If you don't wait until you get the EOB and pay when you get their bill and before receiving your EOB, you will be paying twice: once by your insurance and again out of your own pocket. It will be much more difficult to get a refund, once you've paid out of your own pocket.
    - Naomi G.
  • A
    PARADEEP SINHA
    I have been a patient of Dr. Sinha for the past 10 years. He is an amazing doctor! He's extremely knowledgeable and has a great bedside manner that always puts me at ease. I've been a patient at both his ENT and cosmetic practice. My children see him as their ENT as well.
    - Justina F.
  • C
    Dockery, Dr. Keith M.
    Aside from my experienced outlined above, I did not appreciate the huge focus on making sure the office was paid. I had to fill out a rather strict form (more than the typical and quot;you are responsible for what the insurance provider does not provideand quot;) - it was basically one big lecture on how important it is that they get paid and they required my social security number (along with another lecture about why) - I have been able to avoid giving my SS number to other medical offices even when asked because I explain my concern with identity theft. I was the victim of identity theft already after providing my number to a medical office and it was a nightmare - since then I do not give my SS number out to anyone except on tax forms. But they insisted I give it so they could track me down if I didn't pay. Then although I do have a high deductible insurance plan where the insurance provider has told me to always tell the office to bill them first so they can assess any agreed-upon insurance discounts, before sending me a bill - they said I must pay an estimate at the time of service. They said this is all common procedure for ENTs. After this experience I visited two other ENTs where they did NOT require SS numbers or require that I pay an and quot;estimateand quot; at the time of service and I did of course pay them after the insurance company received the bill. After all that I did overpay because they did not apply the full discount agreed upon with my insurance provider. They were very prompt about sending me a refund after I called them but I was a bit frustrated since they swore that would not happen and that they and quot;knewand quot; exactly what the amount would be so I should not care about paying them first. I just walked away from the experience feeling that they were more about making sure they got paid then my health concerns.
    - PATTI B.
  • D
    Alexander, Dr. Donald W
    After years of headaches and ear discomfort I had a CAT scan of my sinuses done just before moving back to GA.  The MD there said that according to the results, I might need sinus surgery and that there were some issues with my sinuses, and suggested I see an ENT when I arrived in GA.  I chose Dr. Alexander based on decent reviews.  I was a little shocked when I arrived at his office to find nearly a dozen people there who had signed in on the "Flu Shot" sign in sheet.  I was the only one on the other sign-in sheet. That was very odd to me. Everything about the visit was fine except his diagnosis, which is the most important thing.  After I explained my ongoing systems (actually before I'd finished explaining) he said he was sure I was having the flu again and again.  I restated that my symptoms were at all times of the year and added that I'd had the flu which is accompanied by aches and fever and that my symptoms were not like that.  He still said he was sure it was the flu.  When I then asked about the results of my CAT scan he quickly looked over it and said my sinuses were fine.  I'd also heard from several dentists that my sore tooth could be related to my sinuses.  When I asked about this I was told there is no relationship.    Before the appointment I was a little bothered that everyone there was signed up for a flu shot and then especially bothered when my diagnosis was the flu, especially when it didn't seem to fit at all.  Furthermore, I felt I needed another opinion since one doctor (however, just an MD) had made an assessment of the the same CAT scan that was totally opposite what I heard from Dr. Alexander.  So in the meantime I've had another dental xray and the oral surgeon said he could clearly see from the xray that there is a sinus issue and suggested I address that first, before the tooth since, in his opinion, they are closely related.   I then saw another ENT who said after looking at the same CAT scan results I had given Dr. Alexander, that there definitely are sinus issues.  Any doctor can be wrong, but this diagnosis of the flu for 10 years just seems way off base and other professionals seem to think so too.
    - Tauna B.
  • A
    Atlanta Ent. Sinus & Allergy Associates
    Overall I was very happy with this office and will continue to go there. They are all friendly and professional.
    My only complaint is the location of the office. It's located in the new building in front of Kennestone Hospital. By the time you pull into the driveway, get a parking stub, find a spot, go down the elevator, then take another elevator to get to their office, it takes nearly ten minutes. You also have to pay to park there, which typically costs $3-$5.
    - Steven B.
  • A
    Lawrence Weiss MD
    He is very professional. He got to the root of a long standing problem. He referred him appropriately. We were very happy with the service. The receptionist was not very good. My husband is going back to him for hearing aids.
    - Suzanne L.
  • A
    Alexander, Dr. Donald W
    I took my husband when he had some problems that he was worried about and the doctor did some minimal testing. Instead of undergoing a major treatment he told us what to watch for and not to worry about it. His staff was fine as well.
    - Chris W.
  • A
    Timothy Wong MD
    He is very good, we really liked him a lot. I have a follow up appointment for one last check on my ear infection. My daughter still sees him.
    - Myrna B.
  • A
    Timothy Wong MD
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    - Myrna B.
  • A
    Lake Norman Ears Nose & Throat
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    - Sharon L.
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