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Hyperhidrosis Treatment with Botox

Hyperhidrosis is abnormally excessive sweating that impacting 5% of the global population - about 365 million people. The primary function of sweat glands is to assist in the maintenance of body temperature in response to heat exposure or exercise. But excessive sweating is not necessarily related to heat or exercise and is particularly prevalent in men. Hyperhidrosis could also be defined as sweating beyond what is necessary to take care of thermal regulation.

Excessive sweating may be primary (idiopathic, essential) or secondary to a number of diseases and prescribed drugs. Hyperhidrosis can be localized or generalized. Regardless of the type or cause of hyperhidrosis, it is frequently socially embarrassing and occupationally disabling. It can affect your social and personal life.

Did you know that there is an effective way to treat this condition?

Hyperhidrosis can be easily treated with Botox. This procedure has a 93% satisfaction rate and can last up to 6 months. Common areas of placement are hands, underarms, bottom of feet. Botox injections work to block the nerve signals responsible for sweating, stopping the sweat glands from producing too much sweat.

While Botox has been FDA-approved to temporarily reduce sweating in the underarms, we can also utilize the popular neurotoxin to help dry up other areas where you may experience excessive sweating including the feet, palms, and areas of the face.

Botox Injections Benefits – Fast and Safe

  • Botox is FDA approved for the treatment of hyperhidrosis

  • Procedure takes about 10 minutes

  • You can resume regular activities immediately

  • No recovery times

  • Minimal pain level

  • Patients start to see results within a few days and have full effects in about 2 weeks

  • Treatment results usually last 6-12 months. Results can be life-changing especially for individuals who are conscious about this issue.

If sweating makes you self-conscious, set up a consultation with us today. Let us know if you have any questions about hyperhidrosis treatment. For more information please call us at (978) 594-8980 or contact us online!

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