We all sweat when the temperature rises, but individuals afflicted with hyperhidrosis sweat uncontrollably with no evident triggers. Excessive sweating can stem from genetics, thyroid issues or stress and is difficult to treat without dermatological assistance. Clinical strength antiperspirants and prescribed medications may slightly restrict perspiration, but they have negative side effects. The treatments performed by Drs. Goldenberg are safe and effective, ingeniously traveling to the root of the problem. Treatments such as Botox in combination with oral and topical treatments can really help.
Dr. Gary and Kristina Goldenberg meet with each patient to determine the best treatment option based on your individual concerns and goals. When excessive sweating becomes uncomfortable and difficult for you to handle, the serenity of our office will help you find solace. Depending on your minimally invasive hyperhidrosis treatment solution, our clinical team will thoroughly cleanse the skin and treat patient with an anesthetic to promote comfort. Botox treatments are delivered via a series of gentle injections into the target area. This treatment is virtually painless and can be accomplished in just a few minutes.
Though more commonly known to minimize stubborn wrinkles, Botox is often utilized by Drs. Goldenberg to reduce sweat production in the treatment area. The well tolerated procedure employs the Neuromodulator, Botox, to paralyze the sweat glands responsible for frequent perspiration. After the dermatologist administers a series of precise injections to the palms, foot soles, underarms or face, you will finally experience relief from hyperhidrosis. The hour long procedure offers patients temporary relief from sweating with zero down-time.
Botox Injections: Patients generally feel and see results within one week of treatment, by the second week you’ll experience the full effect of the procedure. Sweat reduction will last four to six months, depending on your treatment areas.
Drs. Goldenberg are experts in using oral treatment for hyperhidrosis, which work best when combined with Botox injections. Robinul is the most commonly used pill to treat excessive sweating. Using this medication requires experience and careful finesse to avoid possible side effects of the medication.
Drs. Gary and Kristina Goldenberg are Board-Certified Dermatologists with advanced training in Botox injections and use of oral and topical medications to treat hyperhidrosis. The doctors can provide you with a comprehensive evaluation regarding your condition, and finally offer an effective solution.