Allergy Testing & Treatment

An estimated 40 million Americans (20% of the population) have some type of allergy. Allergies often first appear in childhood, but may not manifest until later in life. Many people think of allergies as only watery eyes, runny nose and sneezing. However many other problems may be caused by an underlying allergy. Often times asthma, sinus infections, eczema, hives, chronic cough, headaches, ear infections and Meniere’s disease may have an underlying allergy component.

We are the leading center in Central Florida for the testing & treatment of allergies. Because our allergy program is one of the most modern, we attract patients from all over the state of Florida. We are able to diagnose and treat all types of allergies affecting the ear, nose and throat system, as well as the overall body. Our services will improve or possibly even cure many chronic conditions such as eczema, asthma, headaches, recurrent ear infections, hay fever, allergic rhinitis and chronic sinusitis.


Dr. Cecelia Damask sat down with WESH 2’s Stewart Moore to talk about the best strategies for fighting allergies, click here to watch video.

We offer a variety of options to explore, from managing your symptoms to treating the root cause of your allergies through immunotherapy.

We can help you explore the benefits of each so you can choose the treatment that is best for you.

Schedule a consult with Dr. Damask so she can develop a custom allergy treatment plan and help you say goodbye to sneezing, wheezing, blowing you nose, coughing and scratching!!

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Schedule for Injections and Drops

We ask that you wait 30 minutes after receiving your injection to check for any reactions.

If you are sick with a fever, too sick to go to work or go to school, do not come in for your allergy injection or testing. Call the office at 407-829-8981.

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    Office Info

    795 Primera Blvd. – Suite 1031
    Lake Mary, FL 32746

    T 407.829.8981

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    We recognize the significant impact the COVID-19 pandemic has already had and will continue to have on your day-to-day lives. No one knows how long or severe this crisis will be. However, please know that Lake Mary ENT & Allergy will do everything possible to protect the public health, to heal those who are suffering, and hopefully be beacons of hope in our community. We understand that you may be anxious and fearful at this time. As the typical viral season winds down and allergy season ramps up, it may be difficult to tell if your symptoms are due to your allergies or possibly COVID-19. We are here to help you during these difficult days ahead.

    We understand the importance of our role as your healthcare provider, particularly for patients with asthma and other allergic conditions who may be at higher risk of experiencing severe symptoms with COVID-19. We are committed to helping you navigate through this difficult period. It is imperative that you keep your asthma and other allergic conditions under control during these next few months. This means taking your medications as prescribed to you by Dr Damask, including your allergy shots or allergy drops and if you are on a biologic medication that you keep up your regime with your in-office injections.

    Dr Damask and her staff at Lake Mary ENT & Allergy want you to know that we are taking great care to ensure proper sterilization of the instruments used for examination and we are also maintaining a sanitary office environment for all our patients by disinfecting the exam rooms after each patient.

    We have rearranged our waiting room to promote social distancing and we have set up a special area just for patients with respiratory symptoms. We also have appropriate supplies for hand washing as well as hand sanitizer for your use in the office. If you are interested in alternatives to in person visits, contact the office about telehealth options. We are now offering virtual visits through a webcam or your phone.

    Please follow the CDC recommendations regarding measures such as frequent handwashing and not touching your face. If you are experiencing symptoms of fever, cough, or shortness of breath AND have had recent international travel/been on a cruise OR have been exposed to someone sick with COVID-19 in the past 14 days, please contact the COVID-19 Hotline at 1-877-VIRUSHQ or 1-866-779-6121 to speak with a clinical expert about your concerns and receive guidance on the next steps that are right for you.
    We will keep you informed if there are any changes to our policies or changes to our office hours. Please let us know if you have any questions or concerns.