We provide unlimited access to your allergy specialists, personalized treatment plans, and we use the same medications as allergy shots but dose them for oral usage in a drop or tablet form.
How does it work?
By exposing you to small doses of your triggers, over time you become tolerant.
When will I feel better?
Most patients experience relief at 3-6 months, and it takes 3 years to lock in these benefits for decades of relief.
How much does it cost?
We charge a rate of $99/month if you choose an annual payment plan or $110/month if you choose to pay quarterly. You may stop at any time, and you can use your HSA or FSA card for payment.
*Prescriptions outside of your immunotherapy are sent to your local pharmacy and can be covered by your health insurance.
What is the cancellation policy?
We understand that life happens but request that if you need to cancel you do so at least 2 days prior to your appointment. We have a $25 no-show policy to ensure other patients can be seen in a timely manner. To cancel email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
What are the classic allergy symptoms?
Can you keep taking antihistamines during immunotherapy?
When does Wyndly use sublingual allergy drops vs. tablets?
Do I have to be on sublingual immunotherapy forever?
How do I sign in for my visit?
You should have received a calendar invite to your calendar or email when you scheduled your Wyndly visit. You will also receive email reminders from “Calendly.” At your scheduled time just click the link that looks like this: wyndly.doxy.me/(yourdoctorsspecificroom) and enable camera and microphone access! If you’re having technology issues please text us the day before your visit so we can help you be ready!
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Our test detects the 40 most common indoor and outdoor environmental allergies, including pet dander, pollen, and dust.
Pets: cat dander, dog dander, horse dander.
Grass and shrub pollen: Bahia grass, Bermuda grass, birch, common ragweed, Johnson grass, mugwort, mulberry, nettle, perennial ryegrass, rough pigweed, Russian thistle, sheep sorrel, Timothy grass, and more.
Tree pollen: acacia, alder, Australian pine & beefwood, birch, cottonwood & poplar, elm, maple & box elder, maple leaf & sycamore, mountain cedar, oak, olive, pecan & hickory, rough marsh elder, walnut, white ash, and more.
Other:alternaria alt., aspergillus fum., aureobasidium, cladosporium fum., cockroach, dust mite (b. tropicalis, d. far, and d. pter), mouse, penicillium notatum mold, and more.