Hyperhidrosis or excessive sweating is a chronic medical condition that causes excessive sweat production. BOTULINUM TOXIN type A is an effective treatment for controlling hyperhidrosis in its primary form.
The objective of the treatment is to reduce excessive sweating in localized areas of the body (armpits or palms) and is also the treatment of choice to resolve the so-called compensatory hyperhidrosis that may appear after the sympathectomy procedure.
How much does hyperhidrosis treatment in Tunisia costs?
With MedEspoir you will be able to have the hyperhidrosis treatment in Tunisia with the lowest and most affordable price possible, you will be able to save 70% on the price compared to other locations.
If you wish to obtain personalized answers about the Tunisia hyperhidrosis treatment price, send your requests for free quotes to our advisers. They will be happy to answer your questions and provide you with prices, terms of stay and all the necessary information. Our prices depend on the number of sessions planned and include:
- Clinic fees.
- Medical team fees.
- Airport-hotel, hotel-clinic and other transfer fees.
- The cost of medical equipment used for the sessions.
What happens during the hyperhidrosis procedure?
Hyperhidrosis tends to appear for the first time during the already difficult period of puberty and early adolescence, it causes much of the social, psychological, emotional and physical deterioration due to its visibility in:
- The palms of the hands.
- The armpits.
- The soles of the feet.
At the same time, the amount of sweat that occurs is often very difficult to hide.
During the procedure, a very fine needle is used to inject small amounts of botulinum toxin just under the skin near the sweat glands responsible for excessive sweating.
After your doctor’s evaluation, multiple injections are applied to the area to be treated, the injections in the palms or soles can be painful.
To relieve discomfort, doctors may use anesthetic techniques such as pain creams or ice.
It is possible that during these procedures, some sweat glands are overlooked, if this happens, it is important that you talk to your doctor so that you reassess the areas of sweating and fill in the holes with additional injections.
Botox injections do not cure hyperhidrosis, the symptoms reappear gradually and require follow-up injections at varying intervals (seven to sixteen months) to keep it dry.
What is the aftermath of treatment for hyperhidrosis?
There are few or no after effects after treatment for hyperhidrosis. Botulinum toxin type A offers many benefits in the treatment of hyperhidrosis in the armpit:
- Minimally invasive
- No hospitalization or anesthesia.
- No work stoppage
- No recovery period
- Visible results from the third day of application.
What are the results after treatment for hyperhidrosis?
It has been scientifically proven that around 90% of patients after just one session sweat much less.
The reduction in sweating begins to be noticed after two or three days gradually and can last between four months and a year, depending on the particular characteristics of each case.
In the case of axillary hyperhidrosis, the average duration of the effects is about seven months, there are also other aesthetic medicine treatments that can fight against hyperhidrosis, such as hyaluronic acid.