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Hyperhidrosis

A Minimally Invasive Solution for Excessive Sweating

Laser Axillary Hyperhidrosis Treatment is a safe, effective, and minimally invasive solution for hyperhidrosis. Laser treatments are among the least invasive of all surgical techniques, so scarring and patient immobilization are not a concern.

Target Sweat Glands, Without Collateral Damage

For treating hyperhidrosis, 1064 nm Nd:YAG laser light is used to permanently destroy axillary sweat glands by photoselectively heating sweat gland tissue without damaging the surrounding tissue. The procedure is performed under local anesthetic and is finished in less than an hour. The general steps of the treatment are as follows:

  • Step 1 - Locate: Before the operation, the underarms are coated with iodine and starch is used to identify the precise location of the sweat glands.
  • Step 2 - Irradiate: A 3 mm incision is made through which a cannula with an optical fiber is passed. Through this optical fiber a QCW 1064 nm Nd:YAG laser beam is fired, which destroys the sweat glands.
  • Step 3 - Remove: A grating cannula is used to remove the destroyed glands.

The power used during the laser hyperhidrosis treatment is up to 20 W. In order to ensure maximum selectivity during the treatment, the XP-2 Focus features a special QCW mode where localized spikes reach power levels in the kW range. This enhances the selective effect of the laser when targeting the tissue and ensures greater speed, efficiency and safety during all surgical procedures.

The Treatment of Choice - Simple, Safe, and Effective

A growing number of doctors consider the Nd:YAG laser to be the treatment of choice for hyperhidrosis, especially when the simplicity and speed of the procedure (as well as the minimal risk of complications) are taken into consideration. The whole operation takes about one hour, and patients can return to their normal activities within a few hours of treatment, leading to a full recovery within four to seven days.

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Hyperhidrosis Treatment

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