TREATMENT FOR ODOR AND EXCESSIVE SWEAT IN
AXILAS WITH MIRADRY
More than 30,000 patients worldwide (United States, Europe and the Middle East)
Have enjoyed miraDry treatment as the only solution to excess sweating.
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HOW MIRADRY WORKS
The miraDry device produces electromagnetic energy (similar to microwave devices) that causes the dissolution and absorption of the sweat glands of the armpits. So we can call it an anti-sweat for armpits. For a correct treatment of axillary sweating, the process consists of heating the layer between the skin and the fat, where the sweat glands are located, until dissolving, vaporizing and eliminating these glands without affecting the skin, fat or muscles.
MiraDry treatment offers immediate and long lasting results that radically change the lives of people suffering from excessive sweating. This advanced medical solution is backed by several years of research and development in this field and more than 30,000 patients treated worldwide. Among those who find women who have ended their problem of axillary sweating.
miraDry is a unique medical device, the first in the world in its field, and absolutely safe since it has been clinically tested and approved by the FDA. A novel technology that eliminates excessive axillary sweating. This treatment is considered as an effective and unique alternative if what we are looking for is a permanent solution to remove sweat from the armpits.
Once the armpit is anesthetized and ready for the treatment, the doctor will place the hand piece directly on the skin and align it with the temporary treatment template applied to the armpit.
Then activate the hand piece and start treating the area. You will feel a slight suction, as the skin and glands are brought to the surface for optimal results.
Finally, miraDry ™ energy is applied to destroy the sweat and odoriferous glands. Your skin is protected by applying cold throughout the treatment.
DATA PROVIDING MIRADRY TREATMENT FOR EXCESSIVE SWEATING:
✔ More than 30,000 patients said goodbye to axillary hyperhidrosis
✔ Treatment reduces excessive sweating in the armpits by 80-90%
✔ Treatment results are immediate
✔ Drastically reduces odor caused by excessive sweating
✔ Treatment is painless
✔ Dissolve and vaporize sweat glands in the armpits
✔ Does not affect the layers of skin, fat and muscles
✔ It is safe, has been clinically tested and approved by the FDA
✔ The International Society of Hyperhidrosis declares miraDry as recommended treatment for excessive sweating in the armpits: long-term miraDry treatment
"I was suffering when I had to go visit a client if I noticed my bad smell or if I saw my armpits stained with sweat. I'm happy with my decision of having the miraDry treatment! I was not aware of the magnitude of my problem until I solved it". Daniela, Sales Manager, 41 years
"I had to shower twice a day and always wear black shirts because with the colored ones I saw more sweat stains. MiraDry treatment has changed my life!"Victor, Bussinessman, 40 years
MIRADRY RESULTS GUARANTEE
HOW LONG DOES THE TREATMENT LAST?
The treatment, under local anesthesia, lasts approximately 60-75 minutes, depending on the size of the area to be treated.
DO I NEED TO SLEEP AFTER THE TREATMENT?
After performing miraDry treatment the patient can be incorporated into daily life immediately and without medical discharge. It is recommended not to perform strenuous physical exercise during the 24 hours after the procedure and a control visit is scheduled one month and a half after the treatment.
DO YOU GIVE ANESTHESIA?
Treatment is done under local anesthesia.
Does it produce somnolence?
Treatment does not cause drowsiness.
The patient may feel an alteration of the sensitivity in the treated area that will disappear gradually.
DO I NEED TO TAKE SOME MEDICATION AFTER TREATMENT?
The doctor will likely prescribe a medication for mild pain and swelling, and advise repeated application of cold packs during the first few days to minimize the edema..
OTHER TREATMENTS TO REMOVE EXCESS OF SWEAT AT CLINICA LIBERTY
Topics, Oral medications, Botulinum toxin injections and Thoracic sympathectomy surgery.,