Bringing Patients Relief From Allergy Attacks
How Does It Work?
Drops desensitize your immune system to the specific types of pollen or other allergens that are causing the symptoms. Learn more.
What Patients Are Saying
Read reviews from patients we have treated for allergies and sinus problems.
In this short video Dr. Thomason explains how sublingual immunotherapy gives our patients lasting relief from seasonal and perennial allergy symptoms.
We charge $105 for a 3 month supply. This is extremely competitive pricing because we do not want cost to keep you from allergy relief!
This brief video explains how Sublingual drops works
On your initial visit with one of our ENT specialists, we will determine whether allergy testing is appropriate for you. If you have had testing at another physicians' office, please bring a copy with you to your appointment. Patients who suffer significant allergy symptoms and who have had little or no improvement on appropriate medications will benefit from allergy testing. Skin testing is the most direct way to test for allergies to particulates such as pollen, dust, animal dander, and mold spores.
Prior to Skin Testing
Certain medications prevent safe and accurate skin testing. Be sure your doctor has an accurate list of your current medications--including over-the-counter medications and herbal supplements. Antihistamines must be stopped 5 days prior to testing.
Day of Testing
Your visit will last about 1 hour. You should wear comfortable clothes with a loose fitting short sleeve shirt. You can eat regular meals on the day of your testing. It is important to notify your doctor of any recent changes in symptoms--especially any flare-up of respiratory symptoms that might increase risks during testing. Skin testing is performed on the forearm or back with a series of small skin pricks.
How We Use The Results
We are able to see the results of the testing immediately. We will then make appropriate recommendations for treatment based on these results. If you test positive for allergies then you may be a good candidate for sublingual drops or allergy shots.
This is our most popular treatment for desensitization for allergies to inhaled particulates such as pollen, dust, mold, and animal dander.
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We also provide allergy shots--the mainstay of immunotherapy in the U.S. for many years.
Some simples steps can help you avoid exposure to common allergens. All patients who suffer with allergies can start with avoidance measures.
This painless in-office procedure takes less than 15 minutes and leads to years of relief from stuffiness and congestion.
Get a dust-proof mattress and pillow cover and wash sheets twice a week in hot water. Do not use a goose down comforter or feather pillow.
Wash hands after close contact with pets. Dog and cat dander is a common source of allergic exposure.
Try to remove as much old carpet and rugs as possible. These can harbor a significant amount of dust and mold particles.
Use high-grade air filters and change at the specified times.
If you have been outdoors during pollen seasons then you should shower as soon as you finish outdoor activities. Physically removing pollen from your clothes and skin can be a big factor in limiting allergy exposure.