BOTOX® Severe Sweating | BOTOX®Treatment for Hyperhidrosis
Stop sweating and start living! There is a solution to uncontrollable sweating for underarms and palms.
Hyperhidrosis is a condition involving excessive sweating and is sometimes accompanied by bad odor. Underarm sweating that is not effectively managed with topical agents can now be treated using BOTOX®.
Uncontrolled perspiration can cause embarrassment and a loss of self-confidence.
Sandy Hutnick, MSN, ARNP is dedicated to helping patients eliminate excessive underarm sweating through the effective use of BOTOX®. We have been successful at treating hyperhidrosis in people all across Central Florida, including men and women in Winter Park, Orlando, and Altamonte Springs.
Is Treatment for Underarm Sweating Right for Me?
If you suffer from excessive perspiration, then there is a good chance that our hyperhidrosis procedure in Orlando will be right for you. However, although BOTOX® is very beneficial and effective in profuse sweating control, patients who are pregnant or breastfeeding should not receive this treatment for underarm sweating.
How Does Treatment for Underarm Sweating Work?
Hyperhidrosis is caused by over-activity of the sympathetic nervous system that regulates perspiration. This kink in the process results in sweat production that exceeds our body's requirement for maintaining a healthy temperature. BOTOX® helps control this condition by temporarily blocking the chemical signals from the nerves that stimulate the sweat glands. If the sweat glands don't receive chemical signals, then the excessive sweating is reduced.
During the procedure, a small amount of BOTOX® is injected into the affected underarm area through a very fine needle. In a short appointment with Sandy Hutnick, MSN, ARNP, about 15 injections are made to the underarm area. The actual procedure takes about 10 to 15 minutes and lasts up to 201 days or 6.7 months.
Contact 180 medspa today to schedule your complimentary consultation.
*Note: Results may vary with each individual patient.