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Dean Allergy & Immunology

Dean Allergy and Immunology specialists provide comprehensive care for children and adults with allergies, asthma and certain immunodeficiencies.

Dean's Allergy and Immunology specialists provide care at multiple Dean locations. You can trust the expertise and experience of Dean specialists to help you control and manage sensitivities to:

  • Food
  • Drugs
  • Airborne allergens
  • Animal dander
  • Insects

These sensitivities can trigger asthma, anaphylaxis, sinusitis, rhinitis (hay fever), hives and rashes, or other medical problems. Allergists can help treat and manage these conditions, and help you learn more about your condition.

Conditions Treated 

You should visit an Allergy and Immunology specialist if you have any of the following conditions:

  • Asthma, especially allergic asthma
  • Allergies or hay fever
  • Allergic reactions to insect stings
  • Eczema
  • Food allergies
  • Immunodeficiency syndromes such as Common Variable Immunodeficiency (antibody deficiency)
  • Sinus problems
  • Wheezing, shortness of breath, or persistent coughing not caused by colds or viruses

For information about clinical visits, please visit our What to Expect page.

Please note that if you have contact dermatitis (skin reactions to irritants) or require patch testing, you should see a Dean dermatologist. If you have an autoimmune disease (such as lupus or Grave's disease) you should see a Dean rheumatologist.

Highlighted Educational Programs - Allergy and Immunology

The following interactive programs are approved by Dean Clinic and St. Mary's Hospital, and available in our Allergy and Immunology area.

• Asthma 
• Asthma Action Plans 
• Asthma and Exercise 
• Asthma and House Dust 
• Asthma and Pets 
• Asthma and Smoke 
• Asthma and Strong Smells 
• Asthma Nebulizer (Adult) 
• Asthma Peak Flow Meter 
• Cold and Flu Season 
• Dry Powder Disc Inhaler 
• Metered Dose Inhaler (MDI)
• Thinking About Quitting Smoking
• Using a Dry Powder Disc Inhaler (DPI) - For Kids 17 and Younger 
• Using a Metered Dose Inhaler (MDI) - For Kids 17 and Younger 
• Your Child's Nebulizer

See our full library of interactive programs, which features more than 80 programs approved by Dean physicians so you can make smarter decisions about your health.