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The CHOP Care Network Specialty Care Center in Princeton has moved to a new, 25,000-square-foot facility on the campus of the University Medical Center of Princeton at Plainsboro. The new facility also offers new services and amenities including physical therapy, occupational therapy and rehab gyms, speech therapy, auditory brainstem response testing, and diagnostic X-ray services.

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Dr. Caucino’s Top Procedures and Conditions

Dr. Caucino treats Pollen Allergy more than 96% of her peers

Dr. Caucino treats this condition more than 96% of her peers

Dr. Caucino treats Asthma more than 95% of her peers

Dr. Caucino treats this condition more than 95% of her peers

Dr. Caucino treats Allergic Rhinitis more than 93% of her peers

Dr. Caucino treats this condition more than 93% of her peers

Dr. Caucino’s conditions and procedures:

  • Acute Sinusitis
  • All Types of Food Poisoning
  • Allergic Conjunctivitis
  • Allergy Shots for Insect Stings
  • Allergy Skin Testing
  • Anaphylactic Milk and Dairy Allergy
  • Anaphylactic Peanut Allergy
  • Common Variable Immune Deficiency
  • COPD
  • Dermatitis
  • Eczema and Contact Dermatitis Due to Cosmetics
  • Eczema and Contact Dermatitis Due to Metals
  • Environmental Allergy Testing

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Dr. Caucino accepts

Dr. Caucino accepts the following insurance:

CareFirst Blue Cross Blue Shield
Blue Choice Advantage
Coventry Health Care of Delaware
Coventry Health Care of Delaware PPO
Health Insurance Plan of Greater New York PPO
First Health
First Health PPO
Harvard Pilgrim Health Care
Harvard Pilgrim Health Care PPO
Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey
Advance EPO
Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield HMO
Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield POS
Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield PPO
Keystone Health Plan East HMO

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What Is An Allergy

An allergy is when a persons immune system detects a substance as a threat and as a result causes symptom such as an irritated throat, runny nose, watering eyes, skin rashes, and in extreme cases anaphylaxis, which causes the throat to swell and close up. The most common allergies include pollen, mold, dust, medicines, pet hair, and foods such as peanuts, shellfish, and various tree nuts to name a few.Common Allergy Symptoms

Nasal, Sinus, and EyeA patient with rhinitis may encounter symptoms such as a runny or stuffy nose, sneezing, itching, and dribble. Eye side effects regularly go with rhinitis and may incorporate itching, watering, and redness.Most patients with rhinitis have a hypersensitivity or affectability to dust, pet dander, and pollen. Treatment of rhinitis side effects and may include medications, or immunotherapy or simply avoiding the allergen.

Sensitivity Testing Pollen, Pet, Mold, Dust, Food, and Drug

At Princeton Eye and Ear, we offer a few kinds of allergy testing in order to properly diagnose the potential allergic reaction. Every treatment plan is customized according to the patients history and in some cases, multiple testing methods will be necessary.

Prick Testing

This test is best for those who would like to identify an allergy related but not limited to dust, pet hair or dander, pollen, and certain types of food.

Blood Testing

Patch Testing

Consulting with our Professionals at Princeton Eye and Ear

When Should You See An Immunologist

Princeton Allergy &  Asthma Associates, P.A.

The best time to visit an immunologist is immediately, if you develop any allergy or asthma symptoms that compromise your health. If you have a child who is displaying allergy symptoms, we recommend that you take them to a pediatric immunologist or allergy doctor right away.

Early diagnosis of an allergy can help to minimize the symptoms from worsening, prevent life-threatening reactions, and improve your ability to manage your symptoms over time.

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Dr Julie Caucino’s Office Locations

Princeton Allergy and Asthma Associates

666 Plainsboro Road, Building 100 B


Princeton Allergy and Asthma Associates

24 Vreeland Drive

Princeton Allergy and Asthma Associates

1245 Whitehorse Mercerville Rd, Building A Suite 421


Dr. Julie Caucino works with Princeton Allergy and Asthma Associates.

What Is An Allergic Reaction

An allergic reaction describes a chain of events that is triggered by an allergen. When you are exposed to a certain allergen, such as pet dander, your body reacts by producing antibodies. These antibodies locate the allergens in your system and help to remove them. This causes a chemical known as histamine to be produced in the body, causing allergy symptoms.

To most people, these substances are harmless. But for someone with an allergy, they can produce uncomfortable or even dangerous symptoms.

Very professional and did not make me uncomfortable. Procedure was painless. Highly recommend

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