laser excessive sweating treatment in cranbrook

Excessive Sweating (hyperhydrosis)

Hyperhydrosis (excessive sweating) is a common concern and problem for many people. It can lower self-esteem and can become embarrassing for young professionals. Until now, there has only been two means of treating sweating, surgical resection of the sweat glands and Botox therapy. Both treatments are costly with their own risks of side effects. Now, exclusive to J'Adore is laser assisted treatment of hyperhydrosis with NDYAG laser of the underarms, hands, and feet. Surgical undermining and botox treatments are available.

What should I expect with treatments?

  • Quick
  • Safe and clinically effective
  • Very comfortable
  • Painless
  • Long term results that last 12-24 months

Each session the laser technician will apply ultrasound gel over the treatment area, and set the appropriate parameters on the laser, and begin lasing the area. Each laser shot you will feel nothing to a slight warmth sensation, but we will ensure that you remain very comfortable during the procedure. Following the published clinical research, we recommend up to 6 treatment sessions 1 week apart from another for optimal results. We expect at least 80-100% reduction in sweating over 6 treatments.

Is maintenance required?

Typically no maintenance is required. However, over time the sweat glands will regain function, so we recommend a touch-up treatment as you feel is appropriate. Remember good diet and lifestyle will always support your results.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What causes hyperhydrosis?

There are two types of hyperhydrosis. Primary hyperhydrosis is often an inherited disorder, which means a member of your family may have had it. Secondary hyperhydrosis is caused by a condition, medications or behavior (like chronic alcoholism).

Is there any way I might outgrow hyperhydrosis?

If your hyperhydrosis is caused by a family genetic predisposition, then it is unlikely that you will outgrow hyperhydrosis. The good news is there are many forms of treatment that you can explore with the doctors at J'Adore Medispa.