What is the Cost for miraDry Procedure and is It Covered by Insurance

What is the Cost for Miradry Procedure and is It Covered by Insurance

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Miradry Cost

We charge $1950 for the first treatment and $975 for any subsequent treatments.  80% of our patients only need one treatment.


Beverly Hills Plastic Surgeon
5.0 out of 5 stars 39 reviews

MiraDry is $3000, out-of-pocket

miraDry is $3000 for two treatments, spaced 3 months apart.  It is not covered by insurance.  Our practice offers financing through care credit.

Cost for Miradry

Cost for miraDry Treatment
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 .

Jed H. Horowitz, MD, FACS
Orange County Plastic Surgeon
5.0 out of 5 stars 48 reviews

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Cost of MiraDry in Connecticut

We charge $1800 for the first MiraDry treatment at our office and $950 for a second treatment.  Most patients only need one treatment to obtain the results they desire.  This unfortunately is not covered by insurance.  The results are permanent and are definitely more cost-conscious than Botox injections every 6-8 months for sweating.  In addition, consider the lifetime costs of deodorant, antiperspirant, and dry cleaning!  The additional benefit is 70% permanent reduction of hair in the underarms, which itself is worth about $1000 for a series of laser hair removal treatments.

Shareef Jandali, MD
Fairfield Plastic Surgeon
5.0 out of 5 stars 8 reviews

MiraDry costs

The Price for miraDry varies from office the office. Some offices charge a package pricing of around $3000 which includes a second treatment if needed.  Other offices charge around $2000 for the first treatment and then $1000 for the second treatment if it is needed. We prefer the latter pricing structure because most patients do not require a second treatment and the cost is not front-loaded for them.

Cynthia Diehl, MD
Durham Plastic Surgeon
5.0 out of 5 stars 2 reviews

MiraDry costs are offset by priceless results!

MiraDry is not covered by insurance despite working very well for hyperhidrosis (excessive sweating).

Actual costs of the procedure have some variability, but usually ranges from $1950 to $2100 for the fist treatment. Packages area available, but 80% of patients only need one treatment. Second treatment can be purchased separately for $900 to $1050.


But! After your first treatment will you will receive permanent sweat and hair reduction. One treatment may reduce sweating by as much as 82%.


Each treatment lasts about 1 hour. There was minimal discomfort associated with numbing the 4-5 areas prior to administering tumescent anesthesia (large volume of dilute numbing solution that minimizes the number of shots you have to receive to be completely numbed for the procedure).

Larisa Ravitskiy, MD
Columbus Dermatologist

The cost of Miradry is....priceless

Hi, Miradry results in a permanent reduction in sweating from the underarms in a single visit. Because it is a permanent reduction in your underarm sweating, you will not have to worry about ruining clothes, embarrassing situations (such as important presentations at the office, or dates). You know these situations can cost you not only the price of the clothing but also cause you to hang back- costing you the promotion!  There is variability in pricing these days as the procedure has been modified in some offices. This modification is called "High Volume Anesthesia"or "HVA".  Because this modification makes the treatment very safe, we have found that we can increase the energy delivered and the results are quite good with a single treatment.  We have been doing Miradry with HVA for a about a year and the satisfaction rate is extremely high.   Typically the series of two treatments costs about $3000 and it is not covered by insurance. If you are able to find a physician that can offer you the high volume technique, you may be satisfied with one treatment. This is great because you only have to recover once.

MIRADRY IN NEW JERSEY

Miradry is not currently covered by insurance plans.  Significant permanent results can be achieved in one treatment, although many patients elect for a second treatment session for optimal results.  The cost of the entire treatment ranges from 2000-3000 dollars.


Best of luck!

Jeffrey B. Wise, MD, FACS
Wayne Facial Plastic Surgeon
5.0 out of 5 stars 98 reviews

MiraDry Cost

MiraDry is a quick in-office procedure that provides a lasting solution for excessive underarm sweat. Our office pricing is $2,000 for 1 treatment and an additional $1,000 if a second treatment is needed (about 3 months later in most cases). Unfortunately, miraDry is not covered by medical insurance at this time. We offer free consultations to discuss this treatment and to determine if this procedure is right for you.

Steven Goldman, MD
Cleveland Plastic Surgeon
5.0 out of 5 stars 66 reviews

Miradry coverage by insurance company

MiraDry is indicated for treatment of resistant underarm excessive sweating. Unfortunately, this procedure is not covered by health insurance carriers given fact that there is no CPT code availabe to submit for billing. However, most of my patients with Flexible Spending Account or Health Savings Account have no difficulty using these pre-tax accounts to pay for medically necessary hyperhidrosis or bromohidrosis (distinct body odor). The out of pocket expense varies from $3000 to $4000 depending on your area but the key is to select a MiraDry physician who can maximize medical therapy for hyperhidrosis as well as one who is competent and committed to take care of uncommon but possible post-treatment complication.

William Ting, MD
Bay Area Dermatologic Surgeon
5.0 out of 5 stars 11 reviews

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