After Smartlipo Hyperhydrosis Treatment for the Armpits, Will You See an Immediate Effect?
- Asked by clojune in uk
- 2 years ago
I would recommend Cellulaze for hyperhidrosis
several experienced plastic surgeons, including myself, have had excellent results in treating excessive armpit sweating with the cellulaze laser by Cynosure. there is 1-2 very small incisions (2-3 mm) per armpit. it takes about 30 minutes to perform and you can go to work the next day. it is too early to say if it is truly permanent but there are follow ups now that have shown it to last over 3 years.
david berman md
plastic surgeon, northern va
The effects of treatment with the Cellulaze Sidelaze laser for the armpits are imediate. One week of post op swellling and mild discomfort are the discomforts. The procedure lasts one hour under local anesthesia
Move Over to miraDry ! miraDry is a Better Option than Suction Curettage or SmartLipo for Underarm Hyperhidrosis
miraDry has supplanted these prcedures and is FDA approved and uses no incisions and there is no scarring in the underarms as in suction curettage or SMART Lipo. miraDry is highly effective for underarm sweating.
Web reference: http://www.EliminateSweating.com
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Laser Lipo for Hyperhidrosis
SLIM lipo has been used successfully to treat hyperhidrosis recently int he US. It is new but a safe procedure. The length of effect is noted to be extensive but still being evaluated. Please stay tuned for updates!
Sean Doherty, MD
Smartlipo mpx for hyperhidrosis
There seems to be some anecdotal evidence to support the use of laser lipo in the armpits to reduce sweating.
i am not certain of the success and percentage of decrease in sweating but if it works it would cost alot less than botox.
Web reference: http://www.mountcastleplasticsurgery.com
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