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Hyperhidrosis Excessive Sweating Treatments

Hyperhidrosis treatment for excessive underarm sweating and hand sweating

Hyperhidrosis Excessive Sweating Treatments resolve embarrassment in social settings from excessive sweating. Sydney Cosmetic Centre uses Injection Therapy to treat Hyperhidrosis classically affecting the underarms (axillae).

 

Hyperhidrosis treatments by doctor-only clinic in Bondi Junction

 

Cheek Fillers & Cheek Lifts:

   Doctor-only clinic
   Lunch-time procedure
   Minimally Invasive
   Non-permanent
   Non-surgical
   Premium Brand Used

Procedure

A series of tiny superficial injections are placed into the Underarm which takes 5-10 minutes per side. After the treatment, there is no downtime. You may resume your normal activities such as driving or working. The treatment usually starts to work within 7-10 days.

Usually an ice pack is used to minimise discomfort.  There’s no downtime post treatment. One can resume normal activities such as driving or working. 

The treatment starts to work within 7-10 days. The effects of the treatment last up to 6 months on average. Therefore depending on the individual, one may require treatments 1-2 times per year.

Suitability for Hyperhidrosis Excessive Sweating Treatments but not restricted to:

  • Aged between 18-65;
  • Not pregnant;
  • Not breastfeeding;
  • Have no infection at the proposed treatment site;
  • Patients should not have certain pre-existing conditions such as Myasthenia Gravis or Eaton-Lambert syndrome; and
  • Patients should not have blood clotting disorders or certain allergies. 

Patients should always discuss their medical history with their doctor and disclose any medications they are currently taking, which may interfere with the procedure.

Disclaimer:

The above information is general in nature. For more information about Hyperhidrosis Excessive Sweating Treatments or any other cosmetic enhancement procedures, prospective patients can contact us to request a free consultation. Advice is on an individual basis and can only be provided following consultation.