Pollens. Pet Dander. Molds.
What’s Your Allergy?

Bella Vista ENT can help bring relief!

Our immune systems don’t always agree with everything that we come in contact with. Sometimes, our bodies will mistakenly identify a harmless substance as a threat.

You’ll know the signs of an allergic reaction when they occur: itchy eyes, sneezing, stuffy nose and wheezing, or even more dangerous whole-body reactions which can cause severe hives, swelling, shortness of breath, or even death.

Fortunately, treatment can alleviate the threat of an allergic reaction.
Cat, Allergies

Treatment for Allergy Sufferers at Bella Vista ENT

Whether you are affected by grass pollen in the spring, or pet dander during the winter, the allergy care treatment specialists at Bella Vista ENT are ready to work with you to find long-lasting relief.

Individual Allergy Testing & Treatment

By determining the source of your allergic reaction, we’ll be able to treat the source of the allergy with either allergy drops or allergy shots. Allergy drops (also known as sublingual immunotherapy) are administered as a daily drop under the tongue, rather than an injection.

Allergy Drops are Safe, Affordable, Convenient and Effective

Clinical studies have proven allergy drops to be an effective alternative to traditional allergy shots for environmental allergiesAllergy drops are taken at home, allowing the patient to make only 2-3 clinical visits per year.


Easily administered at home, allergy drops – or Sublingual Immunotherapy (SLIT) – allow patients to avoid taking time off from work or school for regular office visits which are required by shots.

No shots mean no pain for patients.


The majority of patients will experience fewer symptoms and begin to build immunity within a few weeks of beginning their allergy drop therapy. For some, it may take up to several months to start seeing effects from their therapy.

Our team of ENT specialists will customize a dosing schedule to meet your individual needs.


There are potential side effects and adverse reactions sometimes associated with allergy drops. They are nearly always very mild and treatment is rarely required. Patients commonly report itching or tingling in the mouth or mild swelling under the tongue.

Severe allergic reactions, such as anaphylaxis, are exceedingly rare and are much less common in patients using allergy drops, as opposed to allergy shots.

Allergy Drops: Effective Immunotherapy Relief

Contact the team of Ear Nose and Throat specialists at Bella Vista ENT today!
Providing outstanding allergy care for Oxnard, Agoura Hills, Tarzana, Calabasas and Sherman Oaks patients in our Thousand Oaks offices in Ventura County.
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