Is Hyperhidrosis treatment right for me?
Hyperhidrosis treatment is great if you’re often self-conscious about your sweating. It is a safe, effective solution to reduce the symptoms and the embarrassment it can often cause.
A condition that is characterised by excessive sweating of the underarms, hands, feet, body or forehead. It can occur anytime, regardless of whether you are exercising or at rest.
What causes Hyperhidrosis?
Hyperhidrosis is often caused by a trigger in the nervous system, which produces excessive sweating and a rise in body temperature. It can also be caused by certain medical conditions, which we will discuss and explore during the initial consultation.
Yes, our treatments are minimally invasive, safe and require minimal downtime. This treatment has been used widely and effectively across the world.
What areas can be treated?
The common excessive sweating areas of the head and body.
The scalp, forehead and upper lip are the main areas that can be treated. Plus, patients can enjoy the bonus of reduced forehead and peri-oral lines (lines around the mouth).
For the body, the most common excessive sweating areas that can be treated include the underarms, hands and feet.
Both hands can be treated; however, we often only treat the dominant hand (to avoid a wet handshake). Feet can be also be treated; however, it is often more difficult due to the sensitivity of this area to injections.
It is important to note that when hand palms and soles of the feet are treated, it can lead to some muscle weakness, which the team will carefully monitor as part of the treatment plan.
How do you know if you have Hyperhidrosis?
You are frequently aware of excessive sweating of the hands, feet, underarms, or forehead. Even when not exercising, hot or nervous. It is an involuntary response that you are unable to control or effectively manage with antiperspirant products.
Do you need to be diagnosed with Hyperhidrosis to be treated?
No, we can also treat those who just don’t want to sweat, namely those who frequently do presentations or are regularly on TV.
How long does the treatment for Hyperhidrosis last?
How much does your Hyperhidrosis treatment cost?
Underarms – from $990 for both
Hands – from $450 for each hand
Feet – from $800 for each foot
Face & Scalp – Price on appointment