How Does This Treat Excessive Underarm Sweating?
The PrecisionTx laser delivers long-term results in one minimally-invasive treatment. A small incision is made in the armpit area and a small tube containing a laser fiber is inserted under the skin. Laser energy is delivered directly to the sweat glands and ablates them. The procedure stops the sweat glands from functioning, meaning you never have to deal with embarrassing sweat stains again. With no follow-up treatments needed, it is easy to see why laser axillary gland ablation has satisfied patients who haven’t had success with other treatments.
What to Expect During Axillary Gland Ablation
After just one hour-long treatment, you will experience permanent results. Laser treatments are popular because procedures have few side effects. During the session, you may feel minimal discomfort caused by light pressure when the laser is applied. Afterwards, you may experience some soreness in the area, but it will resolve rapidly. Most patients can resume their normal activities with minimal downtime.