Pennsylvania Practice Gambhir Cosmetic Medicine offers the FDA-approved treatment for excessive sweating, miraDr
— People suffering from problems with excessive sweating can choose Gambhir Cosmetic Medicine in Exton, Pennsylvania for the innovative miraDry treatment.
miraDry is the first and only non-invasive treatment designed to reduce underarm sweat and odor to be approved by the FDA. Patients have reported around an 80% reduction in sweat production after having the treatment, as well as 60% reduction in odor and 50% hair reduction 12 months after having the treatment. As a non-invasive treatment, it can deliver results after only one session, which typically takes about three hours. Some patients also benefit from a second treatment to deliver the desired results.
The miraDry system works by targeting and destroying the sweat glands in the underarm. The miraWave technology uses the ideal wavelength for targeting sweat and odor glands in the underarm, making the treatment effective and safe. Once the sweat glands have been destroyed, they don't grow back, offering a permanent solution for excessive sweating and odor. The treatment helps to reduce or even eliminate the need for chemical deodorants and antiperspirants, which can often cause irritation.
While the sweat glands in the underarm are affected, they account for only about 2% of sweat glands in the whole body. People who have the miraDry treatment continue to sweat elsewhere, so the treatment doesn't affect the health of the person or their ability to regulate body temperature. Some side effects can be a possibility, such as swelling and discomfort, which typically go away after the procedure.
miraDry is available from Gambhir Cosmetic Medicine and is suitable for most people. The treatment involves first using a numbing cream, then cleaning the underarm and outlining the hair line. After cleaning again, local anesthetic is injected into the underarm to make the procedure comfortable and free of pain. A temporary tattoo is applied, which is used as a guide for the miraDry pulses, and lubricant is also applied. Patients are given stretches to do, which they should start 3-4 days after the procedure, which help to prevent a side effect called tight banding.
The treatment also has the benefit of minimal downtime. Patients who have miraDry treatment can return to their normal activities shortly after having the procedure. They are given advice on aftercare, including icing the treatment area for the first few days and wearing loose tops for one to two weeks.
miraDry is a treatment that is growing in popularity and has been used around the world. The new Gambhir Cosmetic Medicine website, which was launched in October 2019, provides all of the information the patients need to decide is the treatment is right for them. A consultation offers the opportunity to discuss the treatment and whether the patient is a candidate.
For more information about miraDry, visit https://www.drgambhir.com/miradry. Get in touch with Anshul Gambhir with any press enquiries by emailing email@example.com, calling 6105187546 or writing to 668 West Lincoln Highway, Exton, PA 19341.
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