Biologic therapy is unique because it doesn’t suppress the immune system as a whole; instead, it focuses on specific areas to prevent inflammation. SFENTA is pleased to offer biologic therapy to patients across Southern Florida.

How Biologic Therapy is Performed

Biologic therapy works with the body’s immune system to relieve inflammation. It is given either through an oral pill or intravenously through an injection.

During your appointment, your provider will discuss which method is best for you. 

Both forms of biologic therapy use monoclonal antibodies to target other antibodies, molecules, and cell receptors causing inflammation. Inflammation is often the root cause of chronic conditions, but can be challenging to treat without suppressing the entire immune system. Biologic therapy is able to target specific areas of the immune system without creating further damage. 

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Conditions Treated with Biologic Therapy

  • Skin conditions such as hives and eczema
  • Asthma
  • Nasal polyps
  • Chronic rhinosinusitis

These treatments have also been used to treat certain cancer and other diseases including rheumatoid arthritis and Crohn’s disease.

Benefits of Biologic Therapy

Biologic therapy can help those with chronic conditions improve their life and make symptoms more manageable. As your symptoms improve, you will be more able to participate in the activities you enjoy and maintain a more active lifestyle. Patients often see a reduction in days of work or school missed, doctor’s visits, and asthma attacks. 

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SFENTA is one of South Florida’s leaders in ENT care. We offer the latest treatments and advanced procedures to ensure you receive the best possible care. You can find over 30 SFENTA locations across Florida, which means you’re never far from our services. Our goal is to provide each patient with:

Patient-Centered Care

Each treatment we provide will be customized to your specific needs and lifestyle. Our goal is to work with you closely to find the best possible care solutions.

Continuity of Care

Our providers strive to find long-term care solutions that address each of the symptoms that are impacting your quality of life.

A Network of Highly Trained Physicians

We’ve built a provider network staffed with over 50 board-certified physicians from all across the ENT care spectrum.

The Security of a Community Staple

For over 30 years, SFENTA has been the leading network of specialists and sub-specialist physicians.

Who is a Candidate for Biologic Therapy?

Candidacy is evaluated by our providers. When you visit our office, you will meet a provider who will review your symptoms and determine if you’re a candidate or if another form of treatment would be more beneficial. Ideal candidates are those with a chronic condition that is affected by inflammation.

Your Biologic Therapy Experience

Prior to your treatment, our staff will evaluate which form of treatment will work best for you. Biologic therapy can be administered through an oral pill or an intravenous injection. Oral medication can be taken at home, and intravenous treatments will be performed in our offices. 

Patients may experience some flu-like symptoms after their treatments, including fever, chills, aches, weakness, and loss of appetite. These should only last a few hours. Biologic therapy often requires more than one treatment for optimum results.

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How many treatments will I need?

Most patients will require more than one treatment. Your provider will determine the number of treatments at the time of your appointment.

Is there any downtime after treatment?

There is no downtime required after the treatment, although some patients may experience flu-like symptoms afterward and want to rest. These side effects should wear off quickly.

Which conditions can biologic therapy treat?

Biologic therapy can be used to treat chronic conditions affected by inflammation. The primary conditions treated by biologic therapy include hives, eczema, asthma, nasal polyps, and chronic rhinosinusitis.

Does SFENTA accept insurance?

Yes. SFENTA accepts most forms of insurance. Contact our office for specific information on what types of insurance we accept and what treatments may be covered.

With 37 convenient locations across the South Florida area, we’re never far away.

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