I got a first treatment of Miradry last month. It helped but not 100% completely dry . I still get a little wet or moist under my armpit on these hot days. I still have odor. I would like to do a second treatment; but I would like to know if I can ask the physician to increase more higher energy to eliminate the odor? At what level should I ask him? I prefer not to visit him on a third time. Thanks for your advice.
Should I request the physician to increase more higher energy for second treatment?
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Level 5 is the highest. At this level, most people see a 75 to 80% reduction in sweat and odor with one treatment. Many patients require a 2nd treatment at the same level to get even more dryness. The procedure is safe and can be done in the office under local anesthesia. Speak with your physician about your concerns and they can set up your second procedure safely. Best, Dr. ALDO
Our standard protocol with miraDry is to treat at energy setting level 5. It is not uncommon to have a second treatment 3 months post your initial procedure. The expected reduction in sweat and odor is approximately 80%. In some rare cases we have even treated a few patients for a third time, but this is very uncommon. Never expect to achieve 100% reduction of sweat in the treated area.
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Thank you for your question. I recommend speaking to your physician about the various treatment levels. The Miradry treatment level ranges between one and five. My office routinely treats at level five for all patients. We have been using this setting since obtaining the laser two years ago. The comfort of your physician will be based on his/her experience with the laser. We have been very successful in treating both sweat and armpit odor.
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