Trusted Colorado Allergy Care

If you experience allergy symptoms in Colorado, such as a runny nose, itchy eyes, coughing or headaches, you are not alone. Roughly 20 percent of people in the state suffer from allergies in any given year, and the team at the Advanced ENT & Allergy Center in Denver, CO is here to help.

Our trusted ENT doctors have 20 years of extensive training from the American Academy of Otolaryngologic Allergy. We offer a variety of treatments, starting with an allergy test to determine specific allergies.

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Allergy Treatment in Denver

Our trusted, proven allergy treatment process begins with a quick and painless skin test. The results lead to informed recommendations on how to avoid certain allergens and on lifestyle changes to consider. From there, our Colorado allergy specialists can prescribe medication to help reduce your allergy symptoms. We also offer immunotherapy to those who would benefit from a deeper intervention.

Allergy Testing

Our at-home test can confirm the cause and severity of your allergies, helping to pinpoint specific allergens. These tests can accurately detect and determine food and external allergies all in one test. The results help allergists provide an action plan for symptom management and treatment.

Control Exposure

Once our test confirms your unique current allergy makeup, we can offer you ways to navigate around problem allergens, recommending changes to your diet, the sorts of environments you enter, and other strategies. This approach is ideal for patients who are allergic to specific animals or certain types of food.

Medication Options

To help reduce your discomfort, we can prescribe medication, such as antihistamines and nasal steroid sprays, to limit inflammation. Allergy medicine varies from over-the-counter to prescription-only pills, liquids, inhalers, nasal spray, eye drops, skin creams, and immunology treatments.

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Immunology: Allergy Shots vs Drops

Immunotherapy shots were once the most effective way to treat chronic allergy suffering. Over the past 20 years, sublingual drops have become a more popular, effective treatment. Daily drops under the tongue teach the body to react to allergens less severely over time. They are often preferred over shots because of their long-term effectiveness and ease of use: They can be taken conveniently at home and require no regular visits to a clinic.

We Want to Help You Get Your Life Back

Whether you’re experiencing sudden new symptoms or have been suffering from allergies for decades, don’t lose hope. We want to help, our treatments are effective, and we would love the opportunity to give you care

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Allergy Patient Success Story

Meet Jenna, a Denver patient who never looked back once she switched to allergy drops to combat her list of allergens: sage, cats, dogs, weeds, and dust. Jenna came to AENT experiencing terrible sinus headaches and breathing issues. After testing Jenna, Dr. Menachof recommended daily sublingual allergy drops. Jenna was so impressed with the improvement, she was able to throw out the medicines that had been making her feel so groggy. She has been taking drops for longer than 8 months now, and her discomfort has vanished.

“It’s so easy. It’s so worth it! I feel awesome.”

Types of Allergy Triggers

Exposure to new foods and environments can trigger an allergic reaction in anyone at any stage of life. Severe reactions are most often associated with food. Peanuts, tree nuts, fish, and shellfish are the most common culprits of food allergies. Milk, eggs, soy, and wheat are also known to trigger reactions.

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Common outdoor allergy triggers include both tree and plant pollen, especially in high-pollen seasons like spring and summer. Insect bites and stings are also on the list of common allergy triggers found outside. Pet or animal hair and dander, dust mites, and mold are common indoor triggers for nasal allergies. Detergents, cleaners, cigarette smoke, and perfume can trigger allergic reactions both indoors and outside.

Common Allergy Symptoms

Allergy symptoms can vary based on the trigger or allergen causing an allergic reaction. Some of the most common are sneezing, a runny or stuffy nose, irritated eyes, and inflammation.

Others include:

Hives or a rash
Itchy throat
Sinus drainage
Frequent throat clearing
Worsened asthma symptoms
Shortness of breath

Why Advanced ENT & Allergy Center?

Research shows pollen counts rise as weather patterns change in Colorado, and counts are especially high during spring and summer. This means people with typically mild chronic allergies may suffer from more severe discomfort at different times of the year.

Whenever you need help, you’ll find us eager to learn about your symptoms at the Advanced ENT & Allergy Center in Denver. Dr. Menachof takes time to listen to your concerns and understand your personal history with allergies. He loves to educate each new patient on their best options for allergy symptom relief and lasting recovery. Our team has extensive, specialized training on allergy treatment and immunology from the American Academy of Otolaryngologic Allergy. Our allergy doctors were the first doctors in the state of Colorado to treat allergies with sublingual immunotherapy. We have a 20-year track record of helping patients find lasting relief.

Full Recovery IS Possible

Sometimes it takes time, but it’s never a bad time to choose recovery. Take the first step.

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Serving Allergy Patients in Denver and Beyond

6110 Greenwood Plaza Blvd
Greenwood Village, CO 80111

Office Hours
Monday-Thursday: 7:30 am – 4:30 pm
Fridays: 7:30am – 12:00pm

Please plan to arrive about 15 minutes early for your first visit so you can complete all required forms. What to bring with you:

  • Medical insurance card
  • Driver’s license or identification card
  • Important medical records, including recent CAT scan films and, if necessary, your HMO/physician referral

If you are a new patient, we want to hear about any health problems, allergies, and medications you are taking. We also re-register returning patients every six months, or whenever complaints and personal information may change.

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Get Rid of Your Allergies Today

We welcome you to our Denver metro area clinic in the beautiful Greenwood Village location; right off of Orchard Rd. and I-25. We are 10 minutes from Lone Tree and 20 minutes from Lakewood with patient parking available at the building. There are a variety of dining options within a mile of our office. You can also visit with a doctor online. We will take the time to understand the root of your complaints and how to best alleviate discomfort, and we will provide you with a custom treatment plan designed to improve your unique situation.

Call us at (303) 792-3242 to schedule your new patient appointment.

Frequently Asked Allergy Questions

+ Is seeing an allergist worth it?

Yes, seeing an allergist can help you find relief from irritating allergies so you can live your life without constantly feeling sick.

+ What conditions do allergists treat?

Allergists can diagnose and treat hay fever, food allergies and intolerances, eczema, psoriasis, asthma, and certain types of sinus and ear infections.

+ What is the difference between an allergist and an immunologist?

Immunologists are doctors who diagnose, treat and work to prevent immune system disorders. While an immunologist is an allergist, allergists are not always immunologists.

+ Are allergies better in Denver?

Tree pollen allergies are high in Colorado (and Denver in particular) during spring and summer.

+ Will skin testing hurt?

At most, skin testing can cause very slight discomfort.

+ Are allergy medications safe or will they make me sleepy?

Some medications are known to cause drowsiness and should be avoided during attentive activities like driving.

+ Do you treat kids and what's the earliest age my child will be tested?

We can test anyone over the age of three at our Denver office.

+ Will my insurance cover allergy testing?

Both testing and treatments are generally covered by most insurance plans in Colorado.

+ What’s a Pollen Count?

A pollen count is the measurement of the number of grains of pollen in one cubic meter of air. High pollen counts can contribute to increased rates of allergic reaction.

+ What Does ‘Hypoallergenic’ Mean?

Hypoallergenic is defined as relatively unlikely to cause a reaction.