Jeff - Botox axillary hyperhidrosis treatment

How does the Botulinum toxin treatment address the effects of axillary hyperhidrosis?

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Answer for How does Botox treatment work for axillary hyperhidrosis? from Renew Skin Team
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Axillary hyperhidrosis, or the excessive sweating of the armpit area, is an affliction that does not necessarily imply additional medical issues, though it does create certain aesthetic issues which can be quite unpleasant, as well as dehydrate the patient excessively. The Botox axillary hyperhidrosis treatment is possible due to the botulinum toxins special ability to inhibit the production of acetylcholine, a chemical neurotransmitter that allows the cerebral signals to reach the rest of the body. This means that the connection between the apocrine perspiratory glands is partially separated from the nervous system, thus reducing the quantity of sweat produced by them.

If you choose to undergo Axillary hyperhidrosis Botox treatment at Renew Skin & Health Clinic, one of our experienced medical specialists will perform the Botox microinjections using a special micro-needle in order to effectively deliver the botulinum toxin to the targeted area. The procedure is simple, painless and does not leave any scars or signs of intervention. The effects of the Botox axillary hyperhidrosis treatment may last up to 8 or 9 months, after which an additional Botox injection session will be necessary in order to maintain the effects of the sweat reduction treatment.

At Renew Skin & Health Clinic, our medical specialists have considerable experience in performing Botox axillary hyperhidrosis treatment and are ready to place their skills at your disposal. To schedule an appointment, simply contact Renew Skin & Health Clinic Head Office and our operators will take care of the rest.

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