So far, MiraDry has been well studied in the armpit region and it's proven to be safe and effective with a response of 75 to 82% reduction in sweating with one treatment. I am not sure if any physician would be completely comfortable using this "off label" in the buttocks.
miraDry, unfortunately, is only FDA approved for under arm sweating. I have not heard of any treatments for buttock area sweating. Mira Mar Labs are working on new technologies for other parts of the body but it is not known where and when it will be available. Hope this helps.
- The miraDry ® system uses energy
that targets and destroys the sweat and odor glands in your underarm. Once
those glands are destroyed they do not grow back—so once they are destroyed permanently! Other parts of the body are not designed to be treated in the same fashion at this time.
#Miradrytreatssweat #Miradrytreatsodor #excessiveunderarmsweat
MiraDry® is FDA cleared for eliminating underarm
sweat. It is non-invasive, requires minimal to no downtime, with permanent
results. MiraDry uses electromagnetic energy which is proven to be the ideal
method for treating the sweat and odor glands in the underarm. It creates
targeted heat in the area where glands reside and safely eliminates them At this time, the other body areas have not been studied for safety and effectiveness.
#excessive sweating #bodysweating #Miradrysweatelimination
Miradry is only approved for treatments in the axilla. I would recommend treatment with Botox for the other areas you sweat.
I hope this helps!
Dr. Quenby Erickson
The new miradry protocol should allow level 5 settings the whole time. We are the busiest practice in California in miraDry treatments... not yet used on buttocks but they are working on new FDA applications all the time. Let us know if we can help in any way.
Thank you for your question. Currently miraDry is only used on the axillary region. They are coming up with new protocols for off axillary sites. At the moment Botox would be a very good option for you to help with the swelling in the buttock region.
I have co-authored a book on hyperhidrosis with Dr. Hratch Karamanoukian and we both have used the Miradry system for axillary hyperhidrosis on countless patients with success. Non-axillary use of Miradry is currently in development and can be used in some circumstances based on symptoms and history.
This is off label use but that area is a safe area to treat because there are no underlying vital structures (vascular or nerve).
The level should be 5.
This is OFF LABEL use for miraDry.