Meet Scott D. Miller, MD

Scott D. Miller, MD arrived in Atlanta in 1995 and quickly established himself in the medical community as an expert and colleague ready to help patients get better and back on their feet sooner.

As Georgia’s first urologic laparoscopist, Dr. Scott Miller became known as an advocate for the reduced invasiveness, faster healing, and minimized complications inherent in the “Band-Aid surgery” approach.

Dr. Scott Miller has a consistent philosophy: Focus solely on the special needs of laparoscopic urologic surgery patients and perfect his techniques in order to deliver the best possible care.

Dr. Scott Miller is an expert in laparobotic and robotic surgery.

Patient Information

Scott D. Miller, MD believes that patients should be informed and involved in their care.

Healthcare Professionals

Surgical procedures and referral forms for use by physicians and healthcare professionals.

Minimally Invasive Surgery

Minimally invasive surgical procedures require only small incisions and limited recovery time.

As Seen On

Recent News/Blog

Dr. Scott Miller featured in Fox 5 Atlanta’s prostate cancer success story

Dr. Scott Miller was recently featured on Fox 5 Atlanta discussing the importance of PSA prostate cancer screenings alongside his patient, Karl Lutz. During an annual physical two years ago, Lutz’s physician suggested he undergo a PSA test to screen for prostate cancer. The test revealed that he had elevated PSA levels, a key indicator […]

Dr. Scott Miller Featured in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution (AJC)

Dr. Scott Miller was recently featured in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution (AJC), the only major daily newspaper in the metropolitan area of Atlanta. The article discusses Dr. Miller’s history in the fight against prostate cancer, a deadly cancer that affects one in seven men and claims the lives of more than 26,000 men annually. Dr. Miller […]

How to Prevent ED During Prostate Cancer Treatment

If you are undergoing prostate cancer treatment, concern about erectile dysfunction (ED) is normal and expected. Prostate cancer itself will not lead to impotence; however, prostate cancer affects more than 180,000 men each year, and some survivors will develop ED as a result of their treatment. Fortunately, there are tactics to help avoid ED during […]