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3379 Peachtree Rd NE, Suite 500

Atlanta, GA 30326

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11755 Pointe Place, Suite B-2

Roswell, GA 30076

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Is There Really A Cure For Excessive Underarm Sweating?

Are you bothered by your underarm sweat on a daily basis? You are not alone. In the United States, 1 in 5 adults are bothered by their underarm sweat as well. If you think your underarm sweat is excessive, you may be suffering from a condition called axillary hyperhidrosis. This occurs when your underarm sweat glands are overactive and produce more sweat than the body actually needs to cool down. Some people have sweat glands that produce up to 5 times more sweat than normal. Not only is this uncomfortable, but it produces a strong odor and unsightly sweat stains that can be very embarrassing. If you have excessive underarm sweating, you may even avoid social situations and have a decreased quality of life. In the past, the solution to hyperhidrosis was an invasive surgical procedure or Botox injections that offered temporary results.

Fortunately, there is now a solution to underarm sweating worth raising your hand. Technology is in your favor with an innovative laser therapy system called miriDry. It is the only non-invasive and FDA approved system designed to provide patients with an immediate reduction of their excessive underarm sweating by over 80%. The technology has the ability to destroy your overactive sweat glands. Because sweat glands cannot regenerate, miriDry results are a permanent solution. Imagine the freedom you can gain through this quick miriDry procedure. A qualified dermatologist and miriDry provider can determine if you are a suitable candidate for this advanced therapy system.

Olansky Dermatology Associates delivers this state-of-the-art procedure to patients in about one hour. Your lasting results in reducing your underarm sweating can be accomplished in typically two procedures. Get on with your life and leave embarrassing underarm sweating behind once and for all.

Posted on behalf of Dr. Jodi E. Ganz, Olansky Dermatology Associates

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Buckhead Office

3379 Peachtree Rd NE, Suite 500

Atlanta, GA 30326

Roswell Office

11755 Pointe Place, Suite B-2

Roswell, GA 30076