When excessive sweating receives no treatment, it can stain clothing and impact your self-confidence.
Dr. Adam Najem can help reduce excessive sweating without invasive surgery, using a course of injections with high success rates.
The most common factor causing excessive sweating is genetics, though it can be made worse by strong emotions, exercise, or stress. Generally, though, hyperhidrosis is a spontaneous occurrence.
Dr. Najem’s sweat-reducing, minimally-invasive treatment is an effective option for patients aged 18 and above, when medicines applied directly to the skin fail to produce results.
Dr. Najem may need to perform an iodine starch test to identify the exact areas affected by hyperhidrosis, according to the severity of your sweating. This test is quick and simple, requiring just a gentle swipe of the target zones.
Excessive sweating injections introduce muscle relaxants into the sweat glands, to block the chemical signals triggering perspiration. This treatment does not provide permanent results, so regular injections will be required in the future to keep your sweating under control.
A 90% rate of efficiency can be expected in the majority of cases,
Dr. Najem has provided many patients with excessive sweating treatment, and is experienced with the latest minimally-invasive techniques.
Each patient is provided with a free consultation, during which Dr. Najem will examine the target areas. Excessive sweating injections are a safer alternative to invasive surgical options (such as excision of the sweat glands), with little to no downtime needed to recover.
This treatment is typically fast, lasting around 30 minutes. The results can last for between five and 10 months.
If you want to learn more about Dr. Najem’s excessive sweating treatment, please book your free consultation now.
Our excessive sweating treatment involves injecting muscle relaxants into the sweat glands responsible and causes no problematic side effects to worry about.
You may feel tenderness or see bruising develop at the point of injection. Injections in the hands could lead to a slight weakness in local muscles. We will provide information on safety and results ahead of your treatment.