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The first in the region to offer allergy drops!

Since 1994, the physicians of CornerStone Ear, Nose & Throat have changed the lives of patients in the Charlotte region with effective, innovative, and personalized care. Continuing in that tradition, we’re proud to announce the addition of allergy services to our practice. Along with traditional allergy testing and treatment, we are the first in the region to offer sublingual immunotherapy, which uses drops under the tongue that patients administer at home instead of weekly allergy shots!

To learn more about our allergy services, please call

(704) 752-7575

Facts About Sublingual Immunotherapy

  • Drops under the tongue replace weekly shots in the office
  • A safety profile that allows the treatment to be administered at home
  • A great option for children and busy working adults
  • Patients will be seen in the office every 6 to 12 months to monitor their progress
  • Antigen extracts for sublingual immunotherapy are the same as those used for allergy shots
  • A safe and effective method for treating respiratory allergies caused by airborne allergens including pollen, mold, dust mites, and animal dander

Ear, Nose & Throat Services

Our board-certified physicians (Otolaryngologists) provide specialized medical and surgical treatment of ear, nose, and throat disorders for both adults and children and maintain staff privileges at Carolinas Healthcare System and Presbyterian Healthcare hospitals. Our commitment to you is to provide the highest quality medical care possible in a personal, compassionate, and comforting environment.

Adult and Pediatric Ear, Nose & Throat Care and Surgery

  • Ear, Sinus & Throat Infection Treatment
  • Evaluation and Treatment of Throat and Voice Disorders
  • Head & Neck Tumor Treatment
  • Breathing, Sinus & Swallowing Passage Surgery
  • Allergic, Sinus, Thyroid
  • Nasal Congestion, Snoring & Sleep Apnea Treatment

Adult and Pediatric Audiology Treatment and Management

  • Hearing Aid Fitting, Dispensing and Repairs
  • Hearing Loss Evaluation and Hearing Loss Management
  • Infant Hearing Screening
  • Customized Ear Plugs Designed to Help Prevent Hearing Loss

Botox Cosmetic and Latisse Lashes

We now offer physician administered Botox Cosmetic and Latisse Lashes - More information coming soon. Please contact us at 704-752-7575 for more information or to schedule your beauty consultation.

Physician administered Botox Cosmetic and Latisse Lashes

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