What if I’m pregnant? Can I still take the allergy drops?

The drops are derived from the same particles you are exposed to in nature on a daily basis and have been shown to be safe for pregnant women.1 1Shaikh WA and Shaikh SW. “A perspective study on the safety of sublingual immunotherapy in pregnancy.” Allergy...

What are the allergy drops made of?

They are made of extracts of common allergens found in the environment (the things you breathe in on a daily basis) in a liquid saline solution.

How do the oral drops work?

With allergy shots, allergy serum is injected into the skin and absorbed into the bloodstream. With oral drops, the serum is placed under the tongue where it absorbs into the bloodstream through special cells in the mouth. The serum contains extracts of allergens that...

Will insurance cover the cost of the serum?

Most insurance plans do cover the cost of allergy testing and associated physical examinations/office visits. Some insurance plans cover sublingual serum (allergy drops).  To find out if your insurance covers testing and treatment, contact us at...