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Dandelion Fields

Comprehensive Allergy Care 

Allergy relief for patients of all ages!


Allergic reactions, characterized by symptoms such as sneezing, coughing, watery eyes, runny nose, hives, and itchy skin, can stem from various sources, including airborne allergens like pollen or pet dander, food allergies, contact allergies, or medications. Diagnosing these allergic conditions involves an allergist who delves into family history, conducts tests, and formulates an accurate diagnosis.

Becoming an allergist requires medical students to undergo four years of medical school, followed by a specialized three-year fellowship in Allergy/Immunology. During this fellowship, aspiring allergists gain valuable experience in managing diverse allergic conditions, ranging from asthma and eczema to insect sting allergies, food allergies, and immune deficiencies.

Upon completing their training, allergists are equipped to provide specialized medical care for individuals grappling with allergic conditions. They possess the ability to prescribe medications like antihistamines, decongestants, or inhalers to manage symptoms effectively. Furthermore, they can offer guidance on lifestyle adjustments to mitigate irritation caused by known triggers such as dust mites or pet dander.

Allergists play a crucial role in accurately diagnosing and treating allergy-related illnesses, ensuring patients experience relief from uncomfortable symptoms swiftly and safely, without compromising their overall health. If you are grappling with any allergy symptoms, seeking consultation with an allergy specialist is essential for proper diagnosis and tailored treatment.

Office Hours 


Monday: 2pm - 6pm

Wednesday: 9am - 6:30pm

Friday: 9am - 1pm

East Brunswick

Monday: 9am - 11am

Tuesday: 1pm - 6pm

Thursday: 8am - 6pm

Sunday: 8am - 10am

Lakewood Office

911 East County Line Rd

Lakewood, NJ 08701

East Brunswick Office

21 Brunswick Woods Dr

East Brunswick, NJ 08816

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