Suffering from hyperhidrosis? ENRICH Clinic can help

Hyperhidrosis, or excessive sweating, can be addressed using a variety of different treatments. Our doctors are experienced cosmetic doctors and dermatologists and will guide you to select the most effective treatment for your needs. Contact us to make a time for consultation with one of our friendly doctors.

What is hyperhidrosis?  

Sweating is a natural bodily function to aid in cooling you down. Hyperhidrosis is defined as excessive sweating, primarily affecting the axillae (armpits) and extremities (hands and feet). Hyperhidrosis means the body sweats in excess of its biological requirements. It can be an embarrassing problem, impacting self-esteem, clothing choices and social activities. Often, regular deodorant doesn’t offer any relief to hyperhidrosis sufferers.

ENRICH Clinic’s hyperhidrosis program 

At ENRICH Clinic we treat individuals, not issues. Our extensive procedures and technologies mean that we are able to tailor treatments to the individual’s needs, with a combination of our state-of-the-art solutions that is directly reflective of your needs. You may need a slightly different combination of treatments to get the most benefit.

How quickly will I see results? Hyperhidrosis treatment at ENRICH Clinic Melbourne 

Most hyperhidrosis treatments can take several weeks for results to show. Several treatments may be necessary in order to maximise results. Your doctor will advise on the specific time frame and treatment requirements during the consultation process.

Hyperhidrosis treatment with MiraDry – ENRICH Clinic Melbourne

ENRICH Clinic is home to the latest hyperhidrosis treatment.MiraDry uses microwave energy to target both sweat and odour glands in the under-arms. The procedure is a quick, non-surgical alternative to other hyperhidrosis treatments that can see a 90% decrease in under-arm sweat in 90% of patients treated.

Anti-wrinkle injections to treat hyperhidrosis?

Anti-wrinkle injections can also be used for the treatment of hyperhidrosis. These injections prevent nerve signals to the sweat glands, resulting in the ‘blocking’ of sweat in some areas.

What else can I do? Hyperhidrosis treatments Melbourne

Other treatments for hyperhidrosis include:

  • Medical-grade topical deodorants
  • Oral medications
  • Radiofrequency treatments
  • Needling treatments
  • Sympathectomy surgery
  • Minimally invasive sweat gland liposuction
  • Iontophoresis for palms and soles

If you’re ready to stop the sweat, contact ENRICH Clinic to arrange a consultation.

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