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Hyperhidrosis (excessive sweating) is very common and most often affects the axillae (armpits), but may also affect the palms and feet, and/or head and face. 

Botulinum toxin injections have been proven to be effective in treating hyperhidrosis in patients where simple measures such as aluminium containing anti-perspirants have been unsuccessful.

Treatment of axillary hyperhidrosis is PBS-reimbursed (meaning the government will cover the cost of the botulinum toxin and part of the procedure cost through medicare).  ** Only if the injections are performed by a trained Neurologist or Dermatologist

Info - Hyperhidrosis and Excessive Sweating Treatment

  • Botulinum injections treat hyperhidrosis by blocking a neurotransmitter that stimulates the sweat glands
  • The longevity of botox depends on the regenerative capacity of the nerve synapse. In most cases,Botulinum injections will last about 4 to 6 months for hyperhidrosis.
  • It’s a small needle. The injections feel like tiny pinpricks.
  • It’s injected by a Botulinum Toxin Specialist. This is a doctor who’s experienced in treating with botulinum toxin.
  • The injections take about 15 minutes, and are done right in our doctor’s office.

Why see a specialist?

  • Not all doctors are trained to treat sweating disorders like Hyperhidrosis, so if you’re living with it, it’s important to find a Sweating Specialists that focuses specifically on excessive sweating, making them the best person to help you figure out a treatment plan. The government will only cover injections performed by a trained neurologist or dermatologist.
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