COSMETIC INJECTABLES

EXCESSIVE SWEATING TREATMENT

Hyperhidrosis is characterized as excessive sweating. Most individuals are embarrassed by this condition, consequently affecting their self-esteem and self- confidence.

Hyperhidrosis is defined as the increased production of sweat disproportionate from the amount required to compensate for the body’s thermoregulatory needs and environmental conditions. It is classified as primary or secondary and focal or generalised. Focal hyperhidrosis affects one or more areas of the body. The areas most commonly affected by focal hyperhidrosis are:

  • palms of the hands
  • soles of the feet
  • axillae (armpits)
  • face.

Generalised hyperhidrosis affects the entire body and tends to be due to another underlying disorder. Primary hyperhidrosis only occurs during waking hours. Injections for sweating Injections may be used in the treatment of hyperhidrosis. The injection contains a neurotoxin which is produced by the bacterium clostridium botulinum. It works by causing irreversible inhibition of the release of acetylcholine from the pre-synaptic nerve terminal at the neuromuscular junction and the eccrine sweat glands. Injections for sweating are primarily used in the treatment of axillary hyperhidrosis. The injections can reduce the amount of axillary sweating by around 85%. The area of the axilla involved in the excessive sweat production is treated. Multiple injections are delivered at a distance of 1-2cm apart. The effects of injections for sweating only last for a certain period of time and the injections may need to be repeated; the effects of treatment tend to last between 4-9 months. Adverse effects associated with injections for hyperhidrosis are uncommon. The main adverse effects reported include mild pain at the injection sites and compensatory hyperhidrosis in untreated areas. The treatment works quickly, with patients noticing a reduction in sweating between 2 and 4 days after the injection. The greatest effects are observed at 2 weeks after the treatment.

Injections may be used in the treatment of hyperhidrosis. The injection contains a neurotoxin which is produced by the bacterium clostridium botulinum. It works by causing irreversible inhibition of the release of acetylcholine from the pre-synaptic nerve terminal at the neuromuscular junction and the eccrine sweat glands. Injections for sweating are primarily used in the treatment of axillary hyperhidrosis. The injections can reduce the amount of axillary sweating by around 85%.

 

The area of the axilla involved in the excessive sweat production is treated. Multiple injections are delivered at a distance of 1-2cm apart. The effects of injections for sweating only last for a certain period of time and the injections may need to be repeated; the effects of treatment tend to last between 4-9 months.

 

Adverse effects associated with injections for hyperhidrosis are uncommon. The main adverse effects reported include mild pain at the injection sites and compensatory hyperhidrosis in untreated areas. The treatment works quickly, with patients noticing a reduction in sweating between 2 and 4 days after the injection. The greatest effects are observed at 2 weeks after the treatment.

Once you have finished the treatment, you will be able to return to your daily routine, although, it is best if you stay upright for several hours and do not go to bed. Drink plenty of fluids to avoid becoming dehydrated within the first 24 hours to ensure that the product is able to take in as much as it can.

 

Dermal fillers will provide you with an immediate result by filling the injection site. The amount of filling or lift is determined by how much product is needed and the selected product. The results will continue to improve as the product begins to draw in moisture over the first one to two weeks after treatment. It has also been proven that a dermal filler induces the body’s own collagen production.

 

When a dermal filler is injected into the skin, the main side effect is bruising. There are some areas that will bruise easier than others. Our specialists will recommend a bruise cream for you to purchase after the treatment that will help your bruising vanish quickly.

 

Dermal fillers normally last between six and 18 months, depending on what type of filler is used and the region in which it has been injected. Skin type, health and age are also big factors when discussing treatments using dermal fillers. The lasting factor truly depends on a person’s lifestyle, age, and skin type. We will make sure to choose the proper dermal filler that will benefit your skin the most.

 

To find more information about our many options for effective dermal fillers, call Amirova Cosmetic Clinic today on 0406 116 704. If you’re looking for a creative change in the way you do anti-ageing injections, dermal fillers open the door to your skin’s full potential.

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