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Frequently Asked Questions

How common is hyperhidrosis?

Excessive sweating usually begins to affect people in their teens and twenties and approximately 1 in 200 people are affected.

What if I decide to stop hyperhidrosis treatment?

If you decide not to have further treatment, there will be no lasting change in the treated areas. The treatment effects will gradually wear off, and your sweating will resume.

Who is a good candidate for hyperhidrosis excessive sweating treatment?

Healthy men and women whose lives are being negatively impacted by excessive sweating are usually good candidates for hyperhidrosis treatment.

Will my insurance company cover the cost of hyperhidrosis treatment?

Clients should check with their own insurer, though hyperhidrosis is occasionally covered by insurance.

Summary of treatment

  • Procedure time
  • Anaesthetic
  • Sensitivity period
  • Back to work
  • Full recovery
  • Duration of results

Risks & Complications

Bruising, infection, loss of motor function in treated area.