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SubLingual Immunotherapy


Specific Immunotherapy (guided by allergy tests) will allow you to actually develop “tolerance” or “immunity” to these substances.

Sublingual immunotherapy (SLIT) is an alternative way to treat allergies without injections. An allergy practitioner gives you small doses of an allergen under the tongue in the form of drops containing natural protein extracts of whatever you are allergic to, in order to boost tolerance to the substance and reduce symptoms of allergy.

The goal of SIT is to reach a maintenance dose that modulates the immunological system and allows the allergen to be tolerated, thus reducing the patients’ symptoms for a prolonged period of time.


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  •     No frequent injections are required, so frequent clinic visits are not needed.
  •     Easy to self-administer at home as it is in the form of drops.
  •     No major side effects have ever been reported.
  •     Effective in more than 75% of cases when appropriately administered

Proven Impact of Sublingual Immunotherapy on the Natural History of Respiratory Allergy

Allergen-specific immunotherapy may alter the natural history of respiratory allergy by preventing the onset of new skin sensitizations and/or reducing the risk of asthma onset.