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Oral Allergy Syndrome

  1. Who is the real allergy specialist?

    It used to be simple: respirologists took care of asthma, otolaryngologists (Ear, Nose & Throat specialists) took care of blocked noses and allergists addressed allergies. Modern medicine recognizes that it is not longer ideal for specialists to work in isolation. It is in patients’ best interest that physicians, nurses and pharmacists collaborate in a paradigm […]

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  2. Is respiratory allergy an emergency?

    It seems that respiratory allergy, take for example hay fever, allergy to house dust mites or to cat or dog dander, is often overlooked as if somewhat unimportant or something that cannot be changed. Why else would people wait on average 8 years to talk to their family physician or more than 10 years before […]

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  3. The allergy tests

    People are fond of tests: they seem to give an unequivocal answer. Or do they? Certainly, the biologic reality of allergy is different from that of diabetes or pregnancy where indeed the tests are most accurate and the clinical “verdict” unescapable. Allergy lies within the realm of biology, where proteins, large molecules which can vary […]

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  4. What is an allergy ?

    An allergy is an abnormal reaction by a person’s immune system against a normally harmless substances that we are commonly exposed to.

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  5. A unique approach in allergy medicine

    Our unique approach is what differentiates AVANT GARDE Médical™ private ENT – Allergy clinic. A genuine concern for our patients’ well-being and health care aspirations motivates us to remain at the forefront of new technologies, treatment options and techniques. Dr. Tropper and his team have extensive experience in the field of ENT and Allergy.

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  6. Molecular Allergy

    Molecular allergy, in many circumstances, provides a better understanding of a person’s allergy status by pinpointing which component (the specific protein within an allergenic substance be it peanut, latex or grass) that a patient’s immune system is reacting to. This approach takes testing for allergies one step further than the usual skin tests (skin prick tests) or conventional serology (specific IgE, also called “allergy blood tests”), delivering a more refined diagnosis in the case of food allergies or situations of multiple respiratory allergies

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