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Hyperhydrosis Treatment in Houston, TX

Hyperhidrosis is a condition that causes excessive sweating. People with the condition often perspire so much that their clothes are soaked through. Board-certified plastic surgeon and founding member of The Aesthetic Center for Plastic Surgery, Dr. German Newall, leads a team of nurse injectors and aestheticians offer hyperhidrosis treatment for men and women in Houston, Post Oak, Sugar Land, Katy, and the surrounding areas of Texas.

What is Hyperhidrosis?

Excessive sweating, known as “hyperhidrosis,” affects approximately 2% to 3% of people in the United States. The perspiration most often occurs on the feet, hands, and underarms, but other areas may include the chest, genital area, and back. In addition to the emotional effects of hyperhidrosis, the constant moisture of sweat can make day-to-day tasks difficult, such as the ability to hold a pen or to grip a steering wheel.

Benefits of Hyperhidrosis Treatment

  • Reduces perspiration
  • Improves self-confidence
  • Prevents damage to clothing that is caused by excessive perspiration
  • No downtime
  • Non-surgical

What Can I Expect from Hyperhidrosis Treatment?

We offer two treatments for hyperhidrosis.

Botox® is an injectable treatment that is most commonly known for helping with wrinkles, but it is also approved by the FDA to alleviate excessive perspiration. The product is injected into the treatment area where it works to prevent specific chemicals from being released by the body. These chemicals are responsible for triggering sweat glands.

MiraDry® is a non-invasive treatment for hyperhidrosis. It works by destroying odor and sweat glands with the innovative miraWave™ energy.

Am I a Good Candidate for Hyperhidrosis Treatment?

The symptoms of hyperhidrosis are:

  • Clammy palms or soles of the feet
  • Sweating that soaks your clothing
  • Frequent episodes of excessive sweating

If you experience any of these symptoms, you may be a good candidate for hyperhidrosis treatment, and we encourage you to schedule a consultation at our office.

How Much Does Hyperhidrosis Treatment Cost?

Hyperhidrosis does not pose a medical risk and treatment is considered elective. During your consultation, Dr. Newall helps you decide which hyperhidrosis treatment is best for you. We can then provide pricing for the procedure of your choice. If you would like to make monthly payments for the services, we offer financing options for qualified patients.

Hyperhidrosis is much more than occasional sweating in social situations. The condition causes excessive perspiration that is embarrassing and costly. Board-certified plastic surgeon and founding member of The Aesthetic Center for Plastic Surgery, Dr. German Newall, leads a team of nurse injectors and aestheticians who offer hyperhidrosis treatments for men and women in Houston, Post Oak, Sugar Land, Katy, and the surrounding areas of Texas. Contact us today to schedule a personal consultation.