Our Specialties

Allergy Drops (Sublingual Immunotherapy)

Imagine an alternative to allergy shots…

ENT & Audiology Associates offers Sublingual Immunotherapy — allergy drops that are a safe, convenient way to treat your allergies.

A Convenient Alternative to Allergy Shots

Less than five percent of US allergy sufferers receive immunotherapy. The other 95% take medications to temporarily reduce symptoms, try to avoid their allergens, or just continue to suffer.

In the past, most immunotherapy was provided through allergy shots. Today, sublingual immunotherapy, or allergy drops, are also offered as a safe, convenient way to treat the cause of your allergies and help you build long-term tolerance to the things that once made you miserable.

These are some of the advantages patients find:

  • Reduced time spent for doctor visits
  • Convenience of taking immunotherapy at home or on the go
  • The potential to treat the widest range of allergic patients and conditions
  • Reduced need for allergy medications long-term

Much like allergy shots, sublingual immunotherapy gradually helps build the body’s tolerance to an allergen. Over time, the allergy results in fewer symptoms and medication needs, and can change the underlying allergic disease.

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COVID-19 Policies & Updates

COVID Policy effective 01/17/2022 for all patients, family members, caregivers, and translators.

Due to the exponential rise of Omicron variant cases including breakthrough cases, for your safety and that of our staff members:

  • Adults and teens aged 14 years or older must have proof of two vaccination doses and a booster prior to one week before the appointment. 
  • Children ages 5 – 13 must have proof of two vaccination doses prior to one week before the appointment 
  • An acceptable alternative is proof of a negative PCR (not rapid)test within 2 days of the appointment.
  • Siblings of pediatric patients are not allowed at this time. 
  • A mask covering BOTH the nose and mouth must be worn at all times for those over the age of 2, except during examination by Dr. Holmes.
  • For those who received the Johnson & Johnson vaccine, a Moderna or Pfizer booster is recommended.
  • We are not receiving vendors or reps at this time.   

All of our staff are fully vaccinated and always masked.  We disinfect rooms between patients and control for social distancing. 

We are committed to excellence in all aspects of patient care and to the health and prosperity of our community! 

Thank you for trusting our practice and taking the precautions necessary to minimize the risk of Covid 19.

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