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Everything You Need To Know About The Treatment Of Hyperhidrosis (Excessive Sweating)
The aim of the treatment of excessive sweating with the Botox method is to eliminate the problem of excessive sweating for 4-6 months by blocking the nerve endings in the regions with excess sweat glands. Hyperhidrosis (excessive sweating) treatment with Botox is a procedure that takes an average of 15-20 minutes.
In the treatment of hyperhidrosis (excessive sweating) with botox, the area to be applied botox is numbed with anesthetic creams. Botox active substance known as Clostridium Botulinum is applied to the anesthetized area by injection.
Generally, the problem of excessive sweating is treated in one session. Hyperhidrosis (excessive sweating) treatment with Botox is repeated at the end of 4-6 months. The longer the treatment is, the longer the duration of the botox application. After a few sessions, botox treatment becomes performed once a year and at longer intervals.
- Have excessive sweating problem,
- The problem of sweating is not caused by any health problem (with the treatment of the diagnosed health problem, the problem of excessive sweating usually disappears and the treatment of hyperhidrosis with botox is preferred at the last stage if the problem does not disappear)
- Has a skin structure that is not damaged by the sun, is spotless and has no infection problem,
- Pregnancy and breastfeeding processes are over,
- Anyone over the age of 18, in good physical and mental health, men and women are suitable candidates for the treatment of hyperhidrosis with botox.
- Pregnant and nursing mothers,
- Sweating problem is related to a health problem (such as people with excessive sweat, thyroid and adrenal glands, cancer patients ...)
- People who have to use medication continuously; heart and blood pressure patients,
- People with infection and eczema problems,
- Hyperhidrosis treatment with botox cannot be applied to people with muscle and nerve diseases such as myasthenia gravis.
Written on 24/08/2017
Last Update: 22/04/2021