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Excessive sweating can be treateted effectively

Hyperhydrosis or excessive sweating is a problem that can be a real source of frustration and embarrassment. Until now, when the usual deodorant and antipersperants have failed, the only next option was an operation to physically remove the offending sweat glands. Now, however, it has been realized that BOTOX (yes that BOTOX) can be used to treat this problem with great effectiveness. The overwhelming majority of patients treated in this way had a significant decrease in the sweat produced by these glands (usually in the armpit) that lasted over 6 months. Patients can be treated in the office with minimal downtime and the procedure is minimally invasive and uncomfortable. If you would like to learn more about this exciting new treatment, please feel free to call the office.

Ziv M. Peled, MD

<p>Hyperhydrosis or excessive sweating is a problem that can be a real source of frustration and embarrassment. Until now, when the usual deodorant and antipersperants have failed, the only next option was an operation to physically remove the offending sweat glands. Now, however, it has been realized that BOTOX (yes that BOTOX) can be used to treat this problem with great effectiveness. The overwhelming majority of patients treated in this way had a significant decrease in the sweat produced by these glands (usually in the armpit) that lasted over 6 months. Patients can be treated in the office with minimal downtime and the procedure is minimally invasive and uncomfortable. If you would like to learn more about this exciting new treatment, please feel free to call the office.</p> <p>Ziv M. Peled, MD </p>

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Monday, 22 April 2019