Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff or the Big Stuff … or AT ALL! Reduce or eliminate your Axillary Hyperhidrosis!

313356-56612-6Axillary Hyperhidrosis plagues men and women. It is a condition where the body produces more perspiration than is needed causing excessive sweating under the arms even in cool and cold temperatures and usually even without physical exertion. Excessive sweating can be aggravated by stress, but that is not always the cause.

Axillary hyperhidrosis (excessive sweating under the arms) causes patients to have extreme anxiety and self-consciousness because it cannot be controlled and is often embarrassing. However, it can treated with the use of laser liposuction.

SlimLipo Laser Liposuction of the axillary is a one-time minimally invasive surgery performed under a simple local anesthetic that has a very high success rate. The goal of the laser liposuction to treat axillary hyperhidrosis is to permanently destroy and remove the sweat glands in the armpits.

During the procedure, each under arm is treated with a numbing anesthetic. Once numb, small incisions are made at the edge of the targeted areas. A small laser liposuction cannula is inserted to destroy the targeted sweat glands. Then, the liposuction targets the surrounding fat and glands removing them permanently. The whole procedure for both underarms takes less than 90 minutes. The lasting effect … a lifetime!

The procedure is safe and effective! It is a huge life style improvement for those with hyperhidrosis! Patients report that following the procedure, they no longer sweat through their shirts all year around and they are able to wear most anything with confidence and less anxiety.

Consult with Board Certified Cosmetic Surgery, Dr. Jerry Guanciale, to learn if SlimLipo Laser Liposuction to treat axillary hyperhidrosis is right for you! It’s a simple procedure with minimal recovery that could change your life! 928.768.1616

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