27 July 2009
Botox For Excessive Sweating
DermaSkin Clinic’s Dr. Sid Gautam feels that the results achieved by Botox for hyperhidrosis (excessive sweating) are exceeding patients’ expectations.
“Botox is well known to treat facial wrinkles, mild and moderate lines and to rejuvenate tired faces. However, its less known application include treating people who have the embarrassing condition of excessive sweating (hyperhidrosis). Botox for excessive sweating uses higher doses of the toxin and is injected directly into the affected areas” says Dr Sid Gautam of DermaSkin.co.uk.
He added that, “Every patient who suffers with hyperhidrosis is acutely aware of the problem and often it takes long and hard searching before they find doctors who perform the procedure. Botox for sweating works really well and all our patients are very pleased with their results. It also helps that we use higher doses than other clinics and also top up any deficient areas for free, if needed. Botox for hyperhidrosis is a definite hit with our patients, expecially as the weather has been warmer than usual.” (http://www.DermaSkin.co.uk)
Speaking on the findings, Dr. Sid Gautam said, "Botox can be used for sweating in many different areas of the body including the underarms, palms, soles of the feet, scalp and cheeks. Sweating Botox treatment works very well."
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NOTES TO EDITORS:
DermaSkin Clinic medical staff includes only doctors and dental surgeons working in various specialties across South Wales and the Midlands. Each of our doctors has an interest in Cosmetics and is fully trained to provide you with personal advice and treatment.
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