Excessive sweating (Hyperhydrosis) is an issue which can be extremely uncomfortable, embarrassing and for others can be quite debilitating. Excessive sweating can lead to a terrible and foul smell despite the amount of perfume used to cover it, or the amount of antiperspirant used in a failed attempt to avoid it. Now, there are treatments available to help you control this problem, no more showering yourself in perfume after walking to work from your car. This treatment produces great results which can significantly improve your quality of life.
Neurotoxin injections are used in the targeted areas, such as armpits or hands, and block the sweat glands. The treatment takes less than 20 min and patients can go straight back to work.
Treatment usually takes less than 20 min.
Yes, there are a few other options such as device based treatments, surgery and ongoing use of specific antiperspirants.
Surgical interventions are an alternative option where the sympathetic Nerve along the spine is either cut, burned or clipped. This procedure does carry significant risks and you would need to be consulted by Surgeon.
Medical devices include the use of using multiple needles which produce heat, to be injected into the treated area in order to burn some of the sweat glands. Generally multiple treatments are required and can be quite painful.
Results vary according to the individual, and may last up to 6 to 12 months. Repeated treatments may prolong the effect.
No downtime at all
The consultation fee is redeemable against the cost of any treatments performed during the appointment.
Most practitioners and patients prefer to have some form of pain relief. There are multiple options available for your convenience;
After treatment Some bruising, redness and swelling maybe present and self resolve over the next few days. Generally the swelling tends to provide a slightly enhanced effect due to the increased volume associated with this, which tends to disappear eventuate into a more natural appearance. Some patients tend to enjoy the swelling effect, however others may prefer the more natural effect.