Miradry: Is it really possible to not have to wear deodorant anymore for health reasons. How Much Does Miradry Cost?
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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.
MiraDry Cost in Connecticut
We charge $1800 for the first miraDry treatment and about half of that for a second treatment if it is needed.
How much does miraDry cost?
The first treatment is about 1800-2200 dollars. Some patients may request a second treatment at about 4-6 months which is usually less money. Fees may vary by doctor and geographic location. Check on Real Self for estimated costs in your area or check miraDry.com .
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Miradry in Los Angeles
$1950 for first treatment. Half for second treatment.
In Australia about $3000 USD to 3300 USD
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
Cost of Miradry
We charge $2,000 for the MiraDry treatments. This includes two treatments spaced three months apart, to ensure maximum effect.
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.
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
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