New Laser Treatment Permanently Stops Underarm Sweating
We need to sweat, there are two to four million sweat glands throughout the human body helping us to perspire. There are about two percent of these glands in the underarms. Excessive sweating can be treated by medication (Abrexza) but so many patients with medical conditions such as glaucoma, prostate or kidney problems, pregnant women, cannot be prescribed this medication. The good news is that the FDA has cleared Laser Treatment by MiraDry that reduces or permanently stops underarm sweat.
The treatment takes about one-hour and the MiraDry Laser virtually eliminates odor and underarm sweat. For many patients it means not allowing your concerns for sweat and odor decide what you wear, where you go and who you spend your time with. You gain your freedom back to live life without fear. This treatment is a real gamechanger, and it is now available at Valencia Medical Center
Dr. Ibrahim is the staff physician at Valencia Medical Center specializing in regenerative medicine, pain management, and rejuvenation. Call for a consultation at 661-222-9117.
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