Botox works very well for hyperhidrosis as you know. No one can predict what an insurance company will do but the best thing to do is ask them prior to your treatment and see. Most of the time it ends up in a battle
In my hands Botox works well for axillary (armpit) hyperhidrosis. Usually I use 100 units total. I don't bill this to insurance but I do charge less per unit of Botox when treating hyperhidrosis than I do for cosmetic Botox. Regards,Dr. Ort
Thank you for your question. Best to go to the source. Not uncommon to have a person give a verbal approval and then get a written denial. In my practice I have not had insurers cover Botox for hyperhidrosis. Good luck.
Hello, and thanks for your question. Botox is an effective treatment for hyperhidrosis, but it is not cheap, so most insurance plans want you to have tried and failed other treatments before covering Botox injection. I suggest asking your insurance company directly. Best of luck, Dr. Frucht.
Thank you for your question. Botox is a common treatment for axillary hyperhidrosis. As far as insurance coverage, best to call your insurance provider directly to confirm. Best of luck.