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Aspire Allergy & Sinus, Fort Worth

851 Grainger St Fort Worth, TX 7610413.4 mi

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Aspire Allergy & Sinus, Arlington

1110 E Bardin Rd Arlington, TX 7601816.2 mi

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Aspire Allergy & Sinus, Keller

5407 Basswood Blvd Fort Worth, TX 7613723.2 mi

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Aspire Allergy & Sinus, Grapevine/Southlake

1650 W Northwest Hwy Grapevine, TX 7605130.6 mi

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Aspire Allergy & Sinus, Las Colinas

6750 N MacArthur Blvd Irving, TX 7503932.7 mi

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Allergy Guide

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    Treatment & Services

    Doctors who specialize in the treatment of allergies are known as allergists, and they can provide a number of helpful services when you schedule an appointment with them. For example, you might schedule a visit if you’re suffering from unexplained sneezing, stuffy nose, breathing problems, or itchiness that you think may be related to an allergy. An allergist can perform an allergy test to find the cause of your symptoms so you can avoid your triggers.

    Specific types of allergy diagnostic testing include patch testing, skin testing to foods, antibiotics, aeroallergen, and bee venom. If your allergist does determine you have an allergy, they can treat your allergies to reduce your symptoms. Other health issues an allergist can sometimes treat include asthma, eczema, sinusitis, and immunodeficiency disorders. In many cases, your doctor might refer you to an allergist if they suspect an allergy is the cause of your health issues and can’t find anything else wrong.

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    Insurance & Cost

    Luckily, allergists accept health insurance. However, because an allergist is a specialist, you will probably need a referral from your primary doctor before you can make an appointment. If you don’t get a referral, your insurance company may refuse to pay your bills. Typically, a visit to an allergist will cost you a specialist co-pay that’s usually between $10 and $60. Then, you’ll also need to pay for whatever testing is done at the visit. Some insurance companies cover testing right away, while others make you reach your deductible first. In either case, you’ll probably have a co-pay, meaning you’ll have to pay 10% to 20% of the bill.

    If you don’t have insurance, skin allergy tests can cost between $60 to $300. Blood tests are a little more expensive, with an average range between $200 to $1,000. Of course, costs also vary depending on what you’re being tested for, so always consult your allergist directly to determine the true cost of your care.


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    Unless you need recurring allergy treatments, you probably won’t have to schedule regular appointments. Most people only see an allergist when they’re experiencing specific symptoms, so plan for one or two appointments at most. When you come to the appointment, bring all the information you have about your symptoms as well as what you think might be possible triggers. If the allergist decides to perform a skin allergy test, expect the procedure to take between 20 and 40 minutes.

    Usually, allergists maintain normal office hours during the day. Some may stay open later on weeknights or on the weekend to accommodate people who work or go to school.