Botox for Hyperhydrosis
Botox is now FDA-approved for severe underarm sweating when topical agents don’t work. A Botox treatment can help control this condition by temporarily blocking chemical signals from the nerves that stimulate the sweat glands. When the sweat glands stop receiving chemical signals, the severe sweating stops. A Patient can expect to see a difference within four weeks of the first treatment. A treatment typically lasts six months and then symptoms will gradually return.