Excessive Underarm Sweating Treatment procedure is not meant for patients with a normal sweating pattern, and we would not consider taking someone to surgery to control sweating in such normal patients as an isolated procedure. But we have found this procedure to be a popular and useful adjunct for patients who wish to decrease sweating.
Are you looking for a way to treat excessive sweating without the use of neurotoxins and that has a much longer treatment effect?
ThermiDry ® percutaneous ablation of axillary sweat glands has been designed for patients with excessive underarm sweating called hyperhydrosis – a condition characterized by abnormally increased perspiration. This condition affects 2.8% of Americans, some 7.8 million Americans. The ThermiDry® radiofrequency treatment can treat this condition equally effectively by heating the subdermal glands and knocking out their function during a one hour, minimally invasive procedure. Botox® will help dry up these hyperactive sweat glands but very large quantities (100 units per side), high cost, painful and frequent injections are required to control this condition with Botox®.
“Our patients tell me that they love the fact that they can receive consistently pleasing and predictable results and that they experience minimal discomfort or down time. I believe that this is a result of our ability to apply energy very precisely to create targeted temperatures with the ThermiRF Micro-Invasive cannulas to selected tissues while simultaneously monitoring the skin’s temperature to enhance safety and efficacy.”
In the United States, ThermiRF is FDA approved to create lesions in nerves allowing physicians to perform the MICRO-Invasive procedure for patients who are searching for a toxin free neuromodulation option (possible alternative to BOTOX or Dysport).
To find out if ThermiDry is right for you, call us at (954) 3859711 to set up a complimentary consultation.
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