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Discover the Benefits of Allergy Drops

Convenient. Affordable. Safe. Effective.

Clinical studies have proven allergy drops to be an effective alternative to allergy shots. Allergy drops are taken home and administered under the tongue by the patient, allowing them to only have to make clinical visits 1-2 times per year after the initial test.

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Convenient

Patient can take allergy drops - or sublingual immunotherapy - at home, without the pain of injections or the need to take time off for an office visit.

Safe

Allergy drops can be administered to patients as young as 4 months old. Allergy drops are easier for our patients and have less adverse reactions than allergy shots.

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Effectiveness

Allergy drops (including under-the-tongue applications) have been used for more than 100 years. In the last 30 years, research has shown that sublingual immunotherapy is safe and effective.

In a 2009 study, more than 2,300 patients who received sublingual immunotherapy experienced significant symptom relief and needed less medication for allergies and asthma.

Allergy drops are endorsed by the World Health Organization and the Allergic Rhinitis and Its Impact on Asthma guideline. For long-term relief, treatment generally takes 3-5 years.

Don't take our word for it. Here's what our patients have said about drops! 

"This is the first cedar season in 29 years that I haven't felt miserable!

Thanks Texan Allergy & Sinus Center for my drops! They are more precious than gold to me."

- Nancy M.

"With the drops, I don't have to go out of my way to get weekly shots at the clinic. I can finally get somewhere with my treatment.

I'm gaining momentum and getting relief. I'm indebted to Texan Allergy & Sinus Center."

- Joan H.

"Next week will be my 9th month on the drops. I can tell you, I am about 75% immune to my allergies.

My allergies were even to the point where my wife had to do all of the lawn work."

- Reggie D.

More questions about allergy drops?

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How do allergy drops work?

Low doses of allergens are placed under the tongue where they’re absorbed by the body. Over time, the body will build up a tolerance to these allergens, lessening or completely eliminating the allergic reaction.

Are allergy drops just as effective as shots?

Yes! In a head-to-head study, both drops and shots were similarly effective. They’ve been endorsed by the World Health Organization, and many studies show that they are effective at reducing allergy symptoms, asthma symptoms, and the development of new allergies.

Can I be on seasonal allergy drops and food allergy drops at the same time?

Yes. You just have to wait 20 minutes between the different types of treatment.

Are allergy drops safe?

Yes. Allergy drops are extremely safe. Recent studies show that the risk of severe reactions with drops is approximately 1 per 100,000,000.

Is there a chance of a severe reaction at home from taking the drops?

It is extremely rare to have any severe reaction. The latest studies show the rate at 1 per 100,000,000. There have been some reactions reported, but all resolved.

Can children get allergy tested and take allergy drops?

Yes! We test and treat children ages 4 months and up.

What insurance plans are accepted?

We accept most major health insurance plans, including Scott & White. We also accept most Medicare and Medicaid plans.

Are allergy drops covered by insurance?

Typically, drops are not covered by insurance. However, more and more employers are starting to add this as a covered benefit.

What are the benefits of taking allergy drops?

- Safe & Effective: Allergy drops are clinically effective as proven in multiple, worldwide studies.

- Affordable: Allergy drops cost less than it would cost to take a daily over-the-counter allergy medication or nasal spray.

- Convenient: Allergy drops can be taken at home or on the go. No more taking time off work to get an allergy shot!

- Pain-free: Allergy drops are painless and easy to take.

Learn More About Allergy Drops

Patients that currently take shots are able to switch to drops (and vice versa). We typically will repeat your allergy testing prior to switching treatments.

If you think allergy drops may be right for you, or would like more information, call our office or contact us today to schedule a visit with our allergists or ask any questions.

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