Plastic surgery blog:Heavy sweaters now have options

sweating underarm Plastic surgery blog:Heavy sweaters now have options“Never let them see  you sweat” is a phrase for those who can control it.  For millions who suffer from heavy sweating, or hyperhidrosis(  a result of overactive sweat glands and is not related to weight, ethnicity or climate) there were few options for controlling  heavy sweating. It usually affects the underarms, palms, face and soles of the feet. No cause has been found. Doctors say it can be hereditary and usually surfaces in childhood and worsens around puberty when the apocrine sweat glands mature. It can be extremely embarrassing and cause extreme anxiety among suffers. According to Sign San Diego there is a new procedure available called MiraDry which is now one of several treatments that an estimated 10 million to 12 million Americans are using to help mop up this humiliating condition. Botox is another FDA approved treatment.  Women who have  suffered from this condition without treatment are  sometimes embarrassed to consider a procedures like breast augmentation or liposuction.  The idea of having a consultation and sweating profusely makes most women dismiss the option of seeing a plastic surgeon.  Now that treatments are available,  Dr. Stuart Kincaid is hopeful that women will feel comfortable coming to his office for a consultation.  Dr. Stuart Kincaid and his staff are compassionate and understand the embarrassment some women may feel.  They work with patients always taking into consideration their level of comfort and the entire plastic surgery experience. If excessive sweating is a problem for patients, they should not let that stand in the way of  determining if plastic surgery is right for them.

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