Allergy Sufferers: Find Relief Now!

If you’re experiencing allergy symptoms, a personalized treatment plan can improve your overall health and quality of life.

An estimated 1 in 5 Americans experience allergies every year.

What Causes Allergies?

Pollen Allergies

Pollen, Dust, Mold, Pets and More

When our body’s immune system mistakes a foreign substance —such as dander, pollen, dust or mold – as being harmful, the result is an allergic reaction. For many people, these reactions remain mild. However, when the immune system overreacts, a more severe allergic reaction occurs with many unpleasant symptoms.

Allergy Symptoms

  • Red, itchy, swollen, tearing eyes
  • Recurrent ear infections
  • Itchy, congested nose
  • Postnasal drip
  • Sinus pain, pressure and recurrent infections
  • Shortness of breath, wheezing, coughing or chest tightness
  • Skin irritation, itching, welts, rash or hives
  • Fatigue or hyperactivity

Allergy Testing and Immunotherapy Relief

Allergy testing at Virginia Sinus Center can identify the allergens affecting your immune system. Our team of skilled allergy care professionals will develop a personal treatment plan for your needs and lifestyle.

Allergy Drops: Safe, Convenient Treatment for Allergy Sufferers of All Ages

Parents: Fast and Easy Allergy Management for Kids!

Oral allergy drops containing small amounts of allergens – such as grasses, pollen or mold – work to safely and effectively desensitize your body to react less over time. Simply apply orally as directed by your allergy care specialist.

Allergy drops are a great option for allergy sufferers with busy lifestyles.

Enjoy the benefits of allergy relief with no painful shots or needle pricks. Patients will miss fewer days of school, and have fewer early checkouts or late check-ins. Allergy drops are the convenient solution for allergy sufferers!

Patient Consultation

Long-Lasting, Clinically-Proven Allergy Relief

Side effects related to allergy drop treatment plans are typically mild. Patients may experience itching or tingling inside of the mouth or mild swelling beneath the tongue at the spot of the application. Uncommon reactions in asthmatic patients include wheezing, stomach irritation, and nausea.

Severe allergic reactions related to allergy drop treatment are exceedingly rare. Allergy drops are safe for asthmatic patients and those using beta blockers.

Start Living Allergy-Free

Contact Dr. Scott Saffold and the Allergy Care Professionals at Virginia Sinus Center. Bringing relief to allergy patients in Suffolk, Franklin, Greenwood, Virginia Beach and Churchland.

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