Hyperhidrosis Treatment

Combat Excessive Sweating

Excessive sweating, or hyperhidrosis, can affect your daily life and confidence. If you’ve been struggling with this issue, you’re not alone.

Fortunately, advances in medical science have led to effective treatments, including the use of neuromodulators. Neuromodulator injections are a safe and proven method for managing hyperhidrosis and reducing excessive sweating, and can be used to treat the underarms, hands, and feet. The treatment works by temporarily inhibiting the release of acetylcholine, a neurotransmitter responsible for activating sweat production. This leads to a significant reduction in sweat production, helping you stay dry and comfortable.

The effects of neuromodulator injections for hyperhidrosis are not permanent but can provide substantial relief within a week or two after treatmen,t and results can last for six to twelve months. As the effects wear off, you can opt for maintenance treatments to sustain the benefits and continue enjoying a sweat-free lifestyle.

If you’re looking for hyperhidrosis treatments near the Tri-cities area, Halcyon Cosmetic & Skin Clinic is located in Port Moody and convenient to Coquitlam and Port Coquitlam.

If you’re unsure whether hyperhidrosis treatments are right for you, please book a complimentary consultation.
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Sara Zeinoddini, MD, Medical Aesthetics / Dermatology
Sara Zeinoddini, MD

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Hyperhidrosis Treatment FAQ

What is neuromodulator treatment for hyperhidrosis?

Neuromodulator treatment involves tiny superficial injections to temporarily block the nerve signals that trigger excessive sweating.

How effective is neuromodulator treatment for hyperhidrosis?

This is a highly effective treatment for excessive sweating, with most patients experiencing a significant reduction in sweating after the procedure.

How long do the effects of neuromodulator treatment for excessive sweating last?

The effects of neuromodulator treatment typically lasts 4 to 6 months. After that, the treatment needs to be repeated to maintain the results.

Do neuromodulator injection for hyperhidrosis hurt?

The procedure may cause mild discomfort, but at Halcyon Cosmetic & Skin Clinic we often use a numbing cream or ice to minimize this. The needles used for injections are very fine, which also helps reduce discomfort.

Do neuromodulator injections for hyperhidrosis have any side effects?

Common side effects may include temporary pain at the injection site, bruising, or swelling. In rare cases, there might be muscle weakness or allergic reactions.

How much does neuromodulator treatment for hyperhidrosis cost?

The cost of this treatment varies depending on the location of the treatment, the number of injections needed, and our physician fees. Generally, it’s advisable to book a consultation for accurate pricing.

Can Botox neuromodulators treat all types of hyperhidrosis?

Neuromodulators are primarily used to treat focal hyperhidrosis, which affects specific areas like the underarms, palms of the hands, and soles of the feet.

Is this treatment covered by insurance?

In some cases, extended health insurance may cover neuromodulator treatment for hyperhidrosis if it is deemed medically necessary. However, coverage can vary, and it’s advisable to check with your insurance provider.

Are there alternatives to Botox for treating hyperhidrosis?

Yes, there are other treatments available, such as prescription antiperspirants, oral medications, iontophoresis, and surgical options. The choice of treatment depends on the severity of the condition and individual preferences.