Do you suffer from excessive underarm perspiration? Do you find yourself consciously moving in ways that hide sweat marks? Maybe you even pick what clothes you’ll wear based on what will show sweat the least. If this describes you, even reading this might cause you to get emotional – but you aren’t alone. Did you know that 1 in 5 people suffer from hyperhidrosis, a condition that causes excessive sweating?
In the past, short of surgery, the only treatment options available have been prescription antiperspirants and Botox, but as these treatments work by disabling sweat glands, their effects are temporary. Now, there is a new treatment available called Miradry. New York physician Dr. Cameron Rokhsar offers this procedure as the longer-lasting non-surgical way to treat hyperhidrosis.
How does it work?
Miradry works using a precision microwave electromagnetic energy device to destroy sweat glands while leaving the other tissues in the target area unaffected. Before the procedure, you will receive a local anesthetic injection in the area to be treated. After that, the Miradry device is set to your specific skin anatomy and then used on each underarm. The whole procedure only takes about an hour and there is no post-procedure downtime – most people return to work right afterwards.
Results of Miradry are apparent immediately, but a second session is given typically three months after the initial treatment to improve effectiveness even more. In clinical trials for Miradry, remarkable results were still seen 12 months after treatment, and because the procedure actually destroys the offending sweat glands, you get results that will last.
If you suffer from excessive sweating and want a non-surgical way to address it, take action – try Miradry. New York expert Dr. Cameron Rokhsar is looking forward to hearing from you today!