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North Texas Allergy & Asthma Associates shares more than six decades of history with the community of Dallas. Beginning with a doctor who built one of the foremost allergy practices in the Southwest, and who was one of the first physician practices at Texas Health Resources of Dallas, we’ve expanded to offer comprehensive allergy and immunology services at three premier locations: Texas Health Dallas, Baylor Regional Medical Center at Plano, and Baylor University Medical Center at Dallas. As North Texas Allergy & Asthma Associates has grown, we have continued to carry forward the tradition of excellence established by our founding doctors. All of our physicians are board certified in allergy and immunology, and each one brings unique expertise and areas of specialization to the practice. Our dedication to integrating the latest technology with a focus on patient-centered care means that our patients receive high-quality medical services delivered by doctors who genuinely care for each individual’s health and lifestyle. .

Services We Offer And Conditions We Treat

Venom Immunotherapy Q & A

Wasps, honeybees, hornets, yellow jackets, and fire ants are commonly responsible for allergic reactions. Most people have some type of reaction to insect stings and bites, with different levels of severity: Read More >>

Rush Therapy Q & A

When you get standard allergy shots, also called immunotherapy, the treatment proceeds slowly to gradually build up your resistance to the allergens that trigger your symptoms. Rush immunotherapy, or RIT, Read More >>

Sublingual Drops Q & A

Sublingual drops offer a way to treat allergies without getting shots. In this treatment, the liquid medication is placed under your tongue, where it’s absorbed into the bloodstream. Read More >>

Aspirin Desensitization Q & A

Aspirin-exacerbated respiratory disease (AERD) is a sensitivity to aspirin and other non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs such as ibuprofen and naproxen. Read More >>

Cluster Therapy Q & A

Cluster immunotherapy, or CIT, is an alternative way of doing allergy shots that helps patients reach their effective dose in a few weeks rather than the 3-6 months it takes to get to the same level with standard immunotherapy. When you get cluster Read More >>

Penicillin Skin Testing Q & A

While you can’t predict a penicillin allergy, a few factors increase the chance that you’re susceptible, including: While you can’t predict a penicillin allergy, a few factors increase the chance that you’re susceptible, including: Read More >>


Wheezing Q & A

Wheezing is a high-pitched whistling sound that occurs when you breathe. It’s more common to hear it when you breathe out, but it also happens when you breathe in. Learn More >>

Allergy Symptoms Q & A

he first time you have an allergic reaction, the symptoms are likely to be mild. As you continue to be exposed to the allergen, your risk increases for having a moderate or serious reaction. Learn More >>

Asthma Symptoms Q & A

Asthma symptoms occur when airways are inflamed and narrowed due to a combination of swelling, increased mucus, and tightened muscles. The symptoms of asthma include: Learn More >>

Rash Q & A

A rash is simply defined as an area of skin with changes in color and texture, but rashes are not simple. Rashes may appear as one or more of the following: blisters, oozing sores, Learn More >>

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North Texas Allergy and Asthma Associates
Allergists located in Dallas, TX & Plano, TX

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