If you suffer from excessive sweating, you’ve probably tried a significant range of products all touting great success in treating overactive sweat glands. Unfortunately, often those products don’t always work – and if you still have excessive sweating, you need something that’s going to work harder for you.
That’s why we’re happy to introduce miraDry to our practice. Read on to learn more about the benefits of treating sweat glands with this FDA-approved procedure!
The Benefits of Treating Sweat Glands
Perhaps the biggest benefit to treating sweat glands is the most obvious – miraDry can stop overactive sweat glands right in their tracks, leaving behind dry skin. Additionally, patients who have treated their sweat glands often report feeling more confident in their skin, as they’re not constantly worried about pit stains or excessive sweating.
In fact, many patients are excited to see that they’re able to rock their favorite shirts and tank tops almost immediately after their miraDry treatment!
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How miraDry Works
miraDry is an FDA-approved treatment that works to damage the overactive sweat glands causing your hyperhidrosis. This technology delivers tiny shocks to the glands, causing them to stop producing sweat (don’t worry, it doesn’t hurt). The goal is to damage the overactive sweat glands to the point where they’re no longer working.
In other words, you’ll have dry, sweat-free skin!
miraDry is an excellent choice for candidates who suffer from hyperhidrosis, especially underneath the arms. While miraDry is currently approved for underarm treatments, eventually it will also be used on hands, feet and other areas.
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Take the Next Step
To learn more about the benefits of treating sweat glands with miraDry treatments, schedule a consultation with plastic surgeon Dr. Scott Brenman at The Pennsylvania Centre for Plastic Surgery in Plymouth Meeting, PA. (267) 687-2180