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Dallas allergy doctor - Jane Lee, MDWelcome to Texas Allergy Center

Dallas Allergist Dr. Jane Lee helps her patients get relief from nearly every imaginable allergy or asthma symptom. The Texas Allergy Center offers adults with allergy and immunology disorders many options to improve their lives.

Dr. Lee specializes in providing comprehensive and compassionate allergy and immunology care. As a former allergy sufferer, Dallas allergy doctor Jane Lee understands that allergy suffering is real, and that's why she provides very personalized allergy and asthma care to her patients.

Dallas allergist Dr. Jane Lee provides the latest in advanced allergy testing, allergy treatment, and asthma care that you need to feel better. Dr. Lee was voted D Magazine's Best Allergy and Immunology Doctors in Dallas, TX for 9 consecutive years! Plus, the allergy clinic stays open late until 7:00pm on Tuesday and Thursday. Request an appointment today!

Dallas Allergist Doctor Jane Lee provides
Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology Care

What are allergies?

Allergies are characterized by an overreaction of the immune system to a foreign protein substance, also called an allergen. Allergens are substances that enter the body by being eaten, breathed into the lungs, injected or touched. When the immune system overacts, it results in symptoms such as coughing, sneezing, itchy eyes, runny nose and scratchy throat. Sever reactions can include rashes, hives, lower blood pressure, difficulty breathing, and asthma attacks that require immediate medical attention.

Did you know?

• There are no cures for allergies. Allergies can be managed with proper prevention and treatment.

• Allergies have a genetic component. If only one parent has allergies of any type, chances are 1 in 3 that each child will have an allergy. If both parents have allergies, it is much more likely (7 in 10) that their children will have allergies.

• More Americans than ever before say they are suffering from allergies. It is among the country's most common, yet often overlooked, diseases.

Source: Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America

Contact us for allergy testing, management, prevention, and treatment.

Texas Allergy Center Allergy Testing

  1. Skin Test
  2. RAST Test
  3. Immunotherapy
  4. Rush Immunotherapy
  5. Patch Testing
  6. Rhinolaryngoscopy
  7. Pulmonary Function Test
  8. Medication Desensitization
  9. Aspirin Desensitization
  10. Immunoglobulin Therapy

Dr. Lee is now accepting new patients!
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