Hyperhidrosis Treatment

Injections for Hyperhidrosis

Procedure: Injection of Botulinum Toxin
Anaesthesia: Topical or local anaesthesia if required
Procedure Time: 30 minutes
Down Time: No heavy lifting for 24 hours
Permanence: Repeated injection needed usually after 3-6 months

 

If you suffer from excessive sweating and it’s affecting your life, you may wish to consider hyperhidrosis treatment.

London based cosmetic specialist, Mo Akhavani, offers effective Botox treatments to reduce the problem and help you feel more confident.

 
Excessive sweating, or hyperhidrosis, can be an embarrassing condition for sufferers, and can affect the:

 Hands
 Face
 Armpits
 Feet
 
For those experiencing heavy sweating in one or more of these areas, they can find it has a real impact on their quality of life. It can create issues with the colour and materials of your clothing choices, make you feel physically and emotionally uncomfortable, and reduce your self-esteem.

There are a few things you can try prior to hyperhidrosis treatment to see if they can alleviate your symptoms, such as:

 Cutting out any known triggers, such as alcohol or spices
 Wearing natural, breathable materials such as cotton and leather, rather than manmade fabrics like nylon
 Changing your deodorant to an antiperspirant, or asking your doctor to prescribe a stronger antiperspirant containing aluminium chloride
 
If you’ve already tried some of these ways of tackling heavy sweating but have found that they do little or nothing to control the issue, then you could be the ideal candidate for hyperhidrosis treatment.
 
 

Treating hyperhidrosis with Botulinum Toxin

Botulinum toxin to treat excessive sweating is a well established procedure offering excellent results that can last from 3 to 9 months.

As with any type of treatment, it’s vital to find an experienced practitioner who has a thorough understanding of the underlying anatomy of the areas that need treatment. This ensures that the treatment is effective and conducted with patient safety as the priority.

Mr Akhavani has extensive experience in administering this treatment successfully, and offers Botox-based across several London clinics.
 
 

To book an appointment for hyperhidrosis treatment in London, or for further information about the procedure, please call us on 0203 733 3224.

 
 

For further information on hyperhidrosis treatment with Botox, please visit the following links:

BAAPS Patient Information On Botulinum Toxin Treatment
ASPS Patient Information On Botulinum Toxin Treatment