Allergy-like sinus and nasal symptoms, including runny nose, nasal post-drip, sinus pressure, and nasal congestion, can be caused by conditions such as a deviated septum, chronic sinus infections, nasal polyps, and nasal tumors, or other issues. For 25 years, Dr. Swerdlin and his team at Sinus & Snoring MD have helped patients identify the issue and restore their ability to breathe better.
Our ENT experts will complete a thorough evaluation, before our allergy testing, during a Sinus and Nasal Consultation, to ensure a proper diagnosis and successful treatment.
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Our clinics offer a simple needle-free way to test for allergies by skin testing. Skin testing involves placing tiny doses of common allergens on superficial skin.
Our allergy skin testing does not require needles and is painless. Within 15 minutes of administration, we will have the results and can begin developing an allergy treatment plan custom to our patient.
Allergy Treatment Options
Allergy Drop Therapy
We offer the convenience and safety of sublingual immunotherapy, commonly known as allergy drop therapy. Within a small vial, this form of immunotherapy is administered with a custom suspension of the allergens which caused a reaction in the patient during our allergy testing process.
Allergy Drops are taken once a day under the tongue to reduce the patient’s allergic response. This painless and convenient method is effective for kids and adults. It has been proven to be safe for asthmatic patients, as well as for patients on Beta Blockers.
Other Allergy Treatments
- Antihistamine Sprays
- Immunoglobulin Therapy
- Oral Antihistamine
- Leukotriene Inhibitors
- Nasal Steroid Sprays
- Saline Rinses
Balloon Sinus Dilation
Balloon Sinus Dilation offers a solution to open blocked sinus passageways and provides relief for various sinus and nasal conditions including chronic sinusitis, recurring sinus infections, chronic sinus pressure, and even sinus migraines or headaches.
The passages of the nose are regularly separated into two equal-sized cavities by a formation known as the septum. At times this delicate structure can form crooked or become deviated through injury. When it does, normal breathing and sinus and nasal function on one side of the nose can be impaired, leading to snoring, sinus pain, facial pressure, and other common conditions.
Sinuplasty is a simple in-office procedure designed to repair these structures, restore the optimal functioning of the sinuses and get patients to breathe and sleep better.