What to Expect Before and After miraDry Treatments

If you’re interested in having your underarm sweat glands removed through the miraDry treatment, though, it’s important to learn what to expect before and after the procedure so that you can feel more prepared when you go into your first appointment. Read...
What is Hyperhidrosis?

What is Hyperhidrosis?

Hyperhidrosis Defined Hyperhidrosis is a skin condition where patients experience sweating in excess of what is required to maintain regulation of normal body temperature1. There are many types of hyperhidrosis, but the two most common types are: axillary...
Is miraDry® Covered by Insurance?

Is miraDry® Covered by Insurance?

For patients who are researching and considering miraDry® to treat their axillary hyperhidrosis, there are two primary financial questions that are typically asked: how much does it cost? and is miraDry® covered by insurance? What is the Cost of miraDry®? Following an...
miraDry®: Is There Compensatory Sweating?

miraDry®: Is There Compensatory Sweating?

One of the common questions patients ask about miraDry® is: does miraDry® cause compensatory sweating? No, miraDry® Has Not Shown to Cause Compensatory Sweating The body contains over four million sweat glands, and around 2% are located in the underarm areas1....
miraDry® for Feet and Hands

miraDry® for Feet and Hands

Due to the efficacy of miraDry® for treating excessive underarm sweating, patients frequently inquire about whether miraDry® can be used to treat hyperhidrosis of the hands and feet. Currently the answer to this question is no, it cannot. Below are more details on why...
miraDry® vs Botox® for Axillary Hyperhidrosis

miraDry® vs Botox® for Axillary Hyperhidrosis

There are many products and procedures available to treat excessive underarm sweating (axillary hyperhidrosis), providing various levels of relief. There are several over-the-counter and prescription anti-perspirants that temporarily reduce the amount of underarm...