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I am wanting Miradry possibly to not have to wear deodorant anymore for health reasons. How Much Does Miradry Cost?

I am wanting Miradry possibly to not have to wear deodorant anymore for health reasons. How much does it typically run?

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Cost of Miradry


The cost of the procedure is $3000.00 which involves 2 treatments spaced 3 months apart.  The second treatment covers any small spots that may still actively sweat.  By doing the second treatment we can make sure to give you the best possible results.

Boca Raton Dermatologic Surgeon
4.0 out of 5 stars 16 reviews

Cost of MiraDry


Two treatments are requires for 86% reduction in sweat.  The first treatment is $2,000 and the second is $1,000.  If you pay for both appointments upfront the cost is $2,900.  We require patients to be seen for an $85 consultation prior to scheduling the procedure.

Kathleen M. Welsh, MD
San Francisco Dermatologist
4.5 out of 5 stars 4 reviews

In Australia about $3000 USD to 3300 USD

MiraDry is super new to Australia, as we just got it approved via the TGA. As per usual we are the last country in the world to get medical approvals. 
Sweat Free is running a winter promotion of 3200 AUD for two treatments. Treatments are done 3 months apart, and conducted in our suites in Brisbane. 

Unfortunately, unlike Botox injections, MiraDry is not subsidised by the Australian Government. (Just in case any Aussies reading this- BOTOX is covered under Medicare for excessive underarm sweating). 


Dr Davin Lim
Cosmetic and Laser Dermatologist

Davin Lim, MBBS, FACD
Brisbane Dermatologist
5.0 out of 5 stars 2 reviews

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We charge $2,000 for the MiraDry treatments. This includes two treatments spaced three months apart, to ensure maximum effect. 

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Cost of MiraDry


In our practice we charge $2,000 for the first treatment and $1,000 for the second.  In our experience, many people achieve results they are happy with in one treatment alone. 

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The cost will be lees if it is a package deal


Miradry is an amazing procedure that reduced hyperhydrosi pernamently in most patients. Cost will be less if you sign up for a recommended 2 procedures

Gregory Turowski, MD, PhD
Chicago Plastic Surgeon
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Cost of miraDry


The cost of the procedure is $3000.  This includes two treatments, spaced three months apart.  As important as the cost, is going to a place where you feel comfortable with the providers.   In our practice, we offer the whole gamut of treatment options, from medical treatment to botox to miraDry to surgical treatment.  We reserve surgical treatment for those few patients that don't respond to miraDry.

Melissa Chiang, MD
Houston Dermatologist
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Pricing of miraDry


We are one of the first practices in the New York and New Jersey metropolitan area to offer miraDry and have some of the lowest rates in the country for the procedure.  Our cosmetic dermatologists are highly trained in performing the procedure and can perform the procedure in any of our eleven NY and NJ offices. We typically recommend two miraDry treatments spaced three months apart.  For more information regarding the cost of the procedure please call  one of our offices.  

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Long Island Dermatologic Surgeon
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MiraDRY is expensive but cost effective over time


miraDry is expensive but cost effective over time - it costs as much as 2-3 treatments with Botox.

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Buffalo General Surgeon
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