Because of Dr. Kay I have a new chance at life after almost 4 years of utter misery and a lifetime of unexplained issues. I had a tricky condition, and he was patient and tireless in trying to help me. After having many doctors shrug and not understand or misdiagnose me, Dr. Kay not only believed me- he took action to actually solve my problems. He is a superb Doctor and I have to thank him for my future. Go here- everyone in the office is kind and remembers you and if by chance surgery is needed, you cannot ask for someone more skilled or more dedicated to your recovery than Dr. Kay.
First off the staff were extremely friendly and respectful. The nurse was very understanding and very informative as well. Dr. Kay, himdels, was very approachable and did not mind in the least when I rattled off many symptoms which were not even related to ENT. He was very patient and easy to talk to. I would recommend the facility to anyone. Kudos Team Kay!!!
I have known Dr. Scott Kay since he arrived in Princeton those many years ago. He is personable, engaginging, very knowledgeable, but most important, very thorough.
His staff reflects him to a tee. Dr. Steven M. Baum, DDS
Had a great experience with Dr. Kay and his staff. After diagnosis, he was extremely helpful in explaining the various options, setting expectations, and discussing possible risks. Office staff was efficient and very clear with all logistics and coordinating billing with the surgical facility. Would definitely return and recommend him highly.
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