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Hyperhidrosis, is another important use of Botox. It is an excellent choice of treatment to reduce sweating up to 95%.

Hyperhidrosis is a disorder that affects the quality of life to a degree similar to other serious skin conditions such as psoriasis and atopic dermatitis.

Which areas of the body are treated using Botox for hyperhidrosis?

The underarm area (axilla), the palms of the hands (palmar area) and the sole of the foot (plantar area).

What is the treatment process?

Prior to treatment, the area is mapped using starch-iodine test. Botox is then injected intradermally. Decreased sweating is observed between the 2nd and 14th day of application.

How long does the treatment last?

The treatment is temporary. The duration of the therapeutic effect can be estimated at 4-19 months in axillary hyperhidrosis, 3- 13 months in palmar hyperhidrosis and 4-10 months in plantar hyperhidrosis.

The price is determined based on the area.

Hyperhidrosis is generally a pathological condition characterized by excessive sweat secretion from the sweat glands. It is divided into primary and secondary. Primary hyperhidrosis usually affects the palms, soles or armpits and does not depend on thermal regulation. It also occurs before the age of 25 in people with a family history. It can have a significant impact on patients’ professional and daily activities and is often accompanied by bromhidrosis (i.e. the unpleasant odor caused by the products of the breakdown of sweat by bacteria).

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