What is Hyperhidrosis?
Though sweating is perfectly normal, some men and women may notice that their body tends to get excessively sweaty even when it isn't a particularly hot day and they haven't been exercising. This abundance of sweat is usually a sign of a medical condition by the name of hyperhidrosis. Unfortunately, sweating often leads to stained clothes and self-consciousness. However, our staff at RareV is highly trained in treating hyperhidrosis by administering injections of BOTOX® in specific areas of the armpits, which impairs the sweat glands. Visit our facility in Las Vegas, NV today to learn more about the ways this simple treatment could improve your everyday life.
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Am I a Candidate for Hyperhidrosis Treatment?
Generally, we recommend this form of treatment for anyone over the age of 18 who is concerned about the amount of sweat produced by their armpits. If you constantly notice sweat stains on your shirts that are forcing you into changing outfits, you're likely an ideal candidate for hyperhidrosis treatment. It is also usually beneficial for patients who have to use special, high-grade deodorants in order to stop or slow down their sweat glands. During your consultation, we'll assess your body and listen to your needs before deciding whether or not this treatment is right for you.
How Can Excessive Sweating be Treated?
Hyperhidrosis treatment is incredibly fast and painless. First, we'll have you sit comfortably in one of our private treatment rooms. At this point, our team will simply mark the areas of your armpits that will need injections. Once this is complete, the treatment can begin. BOTOX injections will be made into each of the designated sites, which will block the nerves that activate the sweat glands. We usually recommend for patients to return for maintenance appointments about every 3 – 4 months in order to ensure their continued results.
What Results Can I Expect from Hyperhidrosis Treatment?
Due to the treatment's simple and noninvasive nature, there is no downtime or recovery to worry about afterward. Patients are free to go about their normal, daily lives. The treatment area may feel a bit swollen or sensitive for a few hours, but this should subside naturally within just a short time. Results of the treatment are almost immediate, meaning patients can quickly enjoy living a life without fear of excessive sweating.
Can hyperhidrosis go away on its own?
Typically, hyperhidrosis will not simply go away and has no cure. However, there are sweat reduction treatment options available to prevent excessive sweating and keep patients from feeling uncomfortable in their own skin.
Is hyperhidrosis considered a serious condition?
Fortunately, no. Hyperhidrosis does not have any serious adverse side effects on a patient's overall health. On the other hand, it can lead to some physical and emotional problems due to embarrassment and anxiety.
What are the side effects of hyperhidrosis?
An abundance of sweat can lead to a variety of skin infections. Additionally, and more commonly, it can have a number of negative side effects on a patient's social life derived from sweaty clothes, unpleasant odor, and other unpleasant experiences.
Don't Sweat Your Condition
Alleviate your insecurities by treating hyperhidrosis with BOTOX at RareV. Our passionate staff has years of experience utilizing this method to prevent patients from sweating excessively. Contact our office in Las Vegas, NV today to schedule your appointment with a member of our team and discover whether or not this treatment may be right for you.