HYPERHIDROSIS

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      Botox Cosmetic ® & Dysport ® for Hyperhidrosis

      Primary hyperhidrosis is a medical condition that causes excessive sweating in the armpits, hands, and feet. It affects roughly 1-4% of the population and can significantly disrupt daily life, leading to wet clothes, social anxiety, and difficulties in performing manual tasks. As a result, individuals with this condition may also experience sleep disturbances, anxiety, and low self-esteem.

       

      Traditionally, managing hyperhidrosis involves medical-grade antiperspirants, which can irritate the skin with daily use, along with medications and surgery for resistant cases. However, neuromodulator injectables like Botox and Dysport ® offer a newer, highly effective option. Administered in a grid-like pattern, these injections significantly reduce sweat production for 6-9 months, reducing reliance on antiperspirants and medications.

       

      While side effects such as pain, swelling, or bruising at the injection site are rare with proper administration, it’s essential to report any issues to your doctor. Botox and Dysport treatments for hyperhidrosis are commonly used and well-tolerated but must be administered by trained medical professionals; that is where Dr. Fady Akladios comes in. His extensive experience makes him a trusted practitioner to perform Hyperdrosis treatments. It’s crucial to disclose any medications you’re taking before the procedure.

      During the initial consultation, Dr. Akladios will review your medical history and conditions to ensure optimal results while prioritizing your safety and comfort.

      Initial Consultation

      Dr. Akladios will go over your medical history and conditions at the initial treatment consultation to ensure optimal results keeping in mind your safety and comfort.

      Botox Cosmetic ® & Dysport ® for Hyperhidrosis

      Primary hyperhidrosis is a medical condition that causes excessive sweating in the armpits, hands, and feet. It affects roughly 1-4% of the population and can significantly disrupt daily life, leading to wet clothes, social anxiety, and difficulties in performing manual tasks. As a result, individuals with this condition may also experience sleep disturbances, anxiety, and low self-esteem.

       

      Traditionally, managing hyperhidrosis involves medical-grade antiperspirants, which can irritate the skin with daily use, along with medications and surgery for resistant cases. However, neuromodulator injectables like Botox and Dysport ® offer a newer, highly effective option. Administered in a grid-like pattern, these injections significantly reduce sweat production for 6-9 months, reducing reliance on antiperspirants and medications.

       

      While side effects such as pain, swelling, or bruising at the injection site are rare with proper administration, it’s essential to report any issues to your doctor. Botox and Dysport treatments for hyperhidrosis are commonly used and well-tolerated but must be administered by trained medical professionals; that is where Dr. Fady Akladios comes in. His extensive experience makes him a trusted practitioner to perform Hyperdrosis treatments. It’s crucial to disclose any medications you’re taking before the procedure.

       

      During the initial consultation, Dr. Akladios will review your medical history and conditions to ensure optimal results while prioritizing your safety and comfort.

      Pricing & Special Promotions

      Initial consultation: free for our first time patients.

      Injection fee $400
      Patient will pay cost of Botox Therapeutic Vial.

      Ask our staff for exact pricing prior to appointment.

      Last updated: May 9, 2024
      * HST is not included in above prices.
      ** Prices are subject to change.

      15% OFF total treatment
      cost for first time patients

      Pricing & Special Promotions

      Initial consultation: free for our first time patients.

       

      Injection fee $400
      Patient will pay cost of Botox Therapeutic Vial.

      Ask our staff for exact pricing prior to appointment.

       

      Last updated: May 9, 2024
      * HST is not included in above prices.
      ** Prices are subject to change.

      15% OFF total treatment
      cost for first time patients

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      Frequently Asked Questions
      (FAQ)

      To decrease sweat production in the treated area, Botox blocks signals from the nerves to the sweat glands. Acetylcholine is the neurotransmitter that stimulates sweat glands; when injected into the affected area, usually the feet, palms, or underarms, Botox prevents this neurotransmitter from being released.

      Studies have shown that hyperhidrosis can be effectively treated with Botox, as evidenced by the notable decrease in sweat production in the treated areas. After just one treatment, many patients report feeling relief from excessive sweating for several months.

      For hyperhidrosis, the typical duration of Botox effects is four to six months. Following this time, sweating may resume to its pre-treatment levels as the nerve signals progressively regenerate. However, as the muscles adjust to less nerve stimulation after multiple treatments, the period of efficacy may increase.
      Hyperhidrosis can be triggered by various factors, including: Heat and humidity Stress and anxiety Spicy foods and caffeine Certain medications Hormonal changes Medical conditions such as diabetes or thyroid disorders
      Yes, botox is considered the best way to treat hyperhidrosis for several reasons:
      Highly Effective Botox injections have been demonstrated to considerably lower sweat production in the treated locations, providing relief from excessive sweating for the majority of patients.
      Non-invasive Unlike surgical procedures such as sympathectomy, which involves cutting or clamping the nerves that stimulate sweat glands, Botox injections are minimally invasive. They include merely a series of tiny injections straight into the affected area, making it a less dangerous choice with minimum downtime.
      Targeted Treatment Botox injections can target specific hyperhidrosis-affected areas such as the underarms, palms, and feet. This enables targeted treatment with minimal influence on nearby tissues.
      Long-lasting Results While Botox therapy for hyperhidrosis is temporary, with effects lasting 6-9 months, it provides more long-term relief than alternative non-surgical treatments such as topical medicines or iontophoresis.
      Proven Safety Profile Botox has been used for decades for a variety of medical and cosmetic purposes, and it has a well-established safety profile when administered by skilled healthcare experts like Dr. Fady Akladois.
      Minimal Side Effects Botox injections for hyperhidrosis typically cause modest and temporary side effects like bruising or minor soreness at the injection site. Serious problems are uncommon when delivered by a trained practitioner. Dr. Fady Akladois has extensive expertise with Botox injections and has a reputation for delivering minimal side effects.
      Convenience Botox injections for hyperhidrosis are typically performed in a doctor's office or clinic environment, with relatively short appointment times. Patients can usually resume their normal activities immediately following treatment.