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How to stop excessive sweating

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June 30, 2022

Say goodbye to excessive sweating, in just one treatment session.

Yes, you read that right. Here at Eterna Cosmetic Surgery, Dr. Elizabeth Hernandez offers life-changing treatment for patients who suffer from mild, moderate or even severe hyperhidrosis (the formal term for excessive sweating). By blending two highly effective non-surgical treatments she is able to resolve hyperhidrosis symptoms — permanently – in a single, in-office procedure.

What a relief!

Excessive sweating is no fun

We all perspire. It’s our body’s way of cooling itself when the weather is hot or we are active. For most people, using deodorant or antiperspirant works just fine to curb underarm dampness and odor. For some people, though, sweat glands go overboard. Excessive sweating can occur on the palms, soles of the feet and even on the face in addition to the axillae (underarms). It’s embarrassing and, boy, is it frustrating.

But you don’t have to suffer any longer. A visit to Eterna Cosmetic Surgery and you can experience results you never thought possible. No more wet circles under your arms (and the stains they leave behind). No more clammy feeling that can make your hands so slippery it’s hard to do things, or soak your socks and shoes with sweat. No more high anxiety every time you’re in a social, work or any other public situation.

The procedure is fast, and it works

For this unique procedure to stop excessive underarm sweating, Dr. Hernandez uses two radio-frequency based treatments, AccuTite and Morpheus8. She says Morpheus8 can work on its own to effectively treat hyperhidrosis of the underarms, because it combines advanced microneedling with the RF heat energy. This option usually requires three sessions to achieve optimal results. However, by performing AccuTite first, she can achieve results that are truly impressive.

The procedure involves just one puncture-type incision in each armpit. Dr. Hernandez then uses the specialized AccuTite device to precisely apply radio-frequency energy where it will help to calm the sweat glands so they no longer over-produce sweat. She then performs Morpheus8 without having to make any additional incisions. Local anesthetic is all that is required to keep patients comfortable during the procedure.

You can return to work and the rest of your normal routine the next day. Within 2-3 weeks you’ll be noticeably drier, and within about 3 months you’ll be enjoying the full effect. Drier. And so much more confident.  

You could opt for Botox injections instead

Botox is another effective option for treating hyperhidrosis. It is safe and effective, the treatment appointments are very short, and there is no downtime. Typically, patients begin to see relief after a week or two, and the results can last 3 or 4 months. At that point, you have to get new Botox injections in order to maintain results.

Whereas the AccuTite + Morpheus8 procedure is one-and-done, Botox requires an ongoing commitment. Although Botox is cheaper, over time it could easily exceed the cost of the permanent treatment.

Whatever you choose, you’ll be drier … finally!

Scheduling a personal consultation with Dr. Hernandez is simple, and it will get you one giant leap closer to drier underarms (or hands, or feet). Just say no to excessive sweating. It really can change your life.

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