Intradermal Titration (IDT) Skin Testing


If you have symptoms of an allergy, your ENT physician may order an intradermal titration (IDT) skin testing to identify the specific allergens responsible for your symptoms. Once your specific allergens are identified you and your physician may then determine the best course of treatment, and whether or not you are a candidate for allergy injections (subcutaneous immunotherapy) or SLIT (sublingual immunotherapy).

All of our Raleigh Capitol Sinus & Allergy Center physicians are associated with Raleigh Capitol Ear, Nose & Throat.