Do you do Botox in armpits for excessive sweating? How much is the typical cost?

Do you do Botox in armpits for excessive sweating? How much is they typical cost?

We do offer Botox injections for armpit sweating and our patients love it! I would only recommend it though if your sweating is really interfering with your life.  For example, if you don’t like to speak in public because you are afraid of obvious sweating or you are changing shirts several times a day or are keeping a jacket on when it’s 90 degrees because you don’t want to be embarassed.  I think you see where I’m going.

If a full vial is used for the treatment (1/2 vial each side), than it should last about 3-6 months. Botox Costs really vary by country, region and doctor so I hestitate to even guess at the range on this one – could be anywhere from $800 to $1,500 per treatment.  It’s not cheap!

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