ALLERGY DROPS HELP YOU TO BREATHE EASIER

Do you suffer with nasal allergy symptoms, such as sneezing, itchy and watery eyes, nasal congestion, sinus infections? Are you sick of taking medications to cover up your symptoms? Suffer no more!

If you have indoor or outdoor allergies, we may be able to offer you sublingual immunotherapy, or allergy drops. This is a safe and effective way to boost your own body's natural protection against allergies over time.

Many of our patients, both adults and children, are able to reduce or stop taking allergy meds and the results are long-lasting. In children, there is evidence that allergy drops reduce the future risk of asthma. Best of all, they are very safe and can be done at home. Make an appointment today to find out more!

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ENT and Allergy Specialists

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