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Dr. Jack Roth, DDS

Dr. Jack Roth, DDS

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Dr. Jack Roth, DDS is a endodontics practitioner in New York, NY. He currently practices at Jack S. Roth, D.D.S., P.c..


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      Jack S. Roth, D.D.S., P.c.
      30 Central Park S, New York, NY 10019 Existing Patients: (212) 838-2011

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Dr. Roth is probably be best endodontist in New York City. He is not only highly qualified but is the calmest and most caring person you can meet. I called the office at 430 in the morning in pain up all night and was immediately put through to Dr Roth. By 8 am I was in the office and out of pain. There is no place else to go if you have an emergency.
Ann in New York, NY — Aug 16, 2017
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