Miradry excessive sweating

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Genetic predisposition is one of the most obvious causes

Hyperhidrosis or excessive and uncontrollable sweating is a pathology caused by hyperactivity of the sweat glands.

Excessive sweating can cause true discomfort to patients who suffer from it. The most common affected areas are the armpits, the palms of the hands and the palms of the feet.

From Ricart Medical Institute we offer the following specialized treatments:

  • MIRADRY: Permanent removal of axillary sweating by electromagnetic energy.
  • BOTULINUM TOXIN: Temporary treatment of palmar and plantar sweating.

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Recent studies show that genetic predisposition is one of the most obvious causes, however emotional factors such as stress or anxiety can aggravate excess sweating.

MIRADRY

The definitive solution for odor and excessive axillary sweating.

The Dr. Ricart Medical Institute has the cutting-edge treatment for axillary hyperhidrosis available, MIRADRY. MIRADRY is an FDA (US Food and Drug) approved technology that uses electromagnetic microwave energy to reach the deeper layers of the skin, thereby eliminating underarm sweating and odor problems immediately, permanently, safely, and non-invasively.

MIRADRY uses microwave energy to treat excessive sweating and underarm odor. This treatment is recommended for patients who:

 

  • Are diagnosed with axillary hyperhidrosis.
  • Suffer discomfort from excessive underarm sweating.
  • Want to eliminate underarm sweat and odor.
  • Suffer from embarrassing underarm sweating episodes.
  • Use antiperspirants frequently.

 

Dr. Ricart, chief of the Dermatology and Cosmetic Medicine of the Ricart Medical Institute in Valencia tells us that axillary hyperhidrosis or excessive sweating is a common problem among the population, causing discomfort and insecurity to those who suffer from it and can even impact one’s ability to interact effectively in the work place, and can have devastating effects on one’s social interactions.

 

According to Dr. Ricart, treatment for axillary, palmar, and plantar hyperhidrosis using the botulinum toxin has shown excellent results so far, with the only drawback that the treatments must be repeated after a few months.

However, the cutting-edge MIRADRY system achieves the controlled destruction of the sweat glands that cause axillary sweating and odor using electromagnetic energy and without surgery. The effect is immediate, and patients are able to return to their normal activities and work right after the procedure. The result is permanent and does not cause compensatory sweating.

MiraDry delivers non-invasive, controlled microwaves in the area where the sweat glands are located. The energy heats and eliminates the sweat glands and these do not grow back or regenerate, therefore causing a lasting reduction in underarm sweating and odor. Furthermore, MIRADRY’s cooling system protects the skin during treatment.

 

It is a non-invasive procedure that provides a lasting solution for excessive underarm sweating and odor with:

 

  • 90% clinical efficacy
  • Lasting results
  • Non-invasive
  • No down time required
  • High level of safety
  • High level of patient satisfaction
  • The MIRADRY system is FDA approved (US FOOD AND DRUG) for the treatment of primary axillary hyperhidrosis in adults over 18 years.

The MIRADRY technology is a fast and safe procedure that must be carried out in a medical office under the supervision of a physician and allows anyone with a sweating and/or odor problem to forget about sweat and smell forever.

BOTULINUM TOXIN

For intense sweating on the palms of the hands and palms.

Botulinum toxin treatments are indicated for the treatment of intense sweating on the palms of the hands and palms. The botulinum toxin is injected to temporarily block the nerves that stimulate the sweat glands, responsible for the attacks of excessive sweating. The treatment should be performed in consultation under the supervision of a dermatologist specialized in hyperhidrosis and should be repeated after months.

For more information, please feel free to contact us at 960 619 002.

If you need to contact our dermatology emergencies service unit, call us at 696 501 467. We are available 24 hours a day from Monday to Sunday.