Why Allergy Testing?

Our allergy testing is performed using the skin prick test method, placed typically on the forearms, although other areas can be used.

During the test a series of 5 press pads pre loaded with different antigens are introduced into the skin.

Within 15 minutes your allergy test results will be ready for review! At that point, you’ll know what it is you’re allergic to and what the next steps will be.

Allergy Services at the ENT Institute:

Watch this video to learn about what happens after allergy testing.

Allergy Testing Demo:

Watch this educational video on allergy tests and why they’re important for your health.

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