Hyperhidrosis St. Louis - Sweaty Armpits and Hands Treatment Missouri

Do you have embarrassing sweaty palms or armpits (axilla)? If so, you may be a candidate for a hyperhidrosis procedure.

In this procedure, Dr. Cabbabe injects the affected axilla or palms with a neuromuscular agent, Botox or Dysport. These agents are safe for this purpose and act to decrease the sweating that occurs in these areas. Insurance companies often do not cover this procedure. Click here to learn more about these agents and for the consent form.

Dr. Cabbabe incorporates his experience with reconstructive and cosmetic surgery to give his patients the best results possible to meet their desires. He is an expert in cosmetic, reconstructive and minimally invasive hand and plastic surgery. During your consultation, Dr. Cabbabe will carefully examine you and will make recommendations in order to help you achieve your desired result.

We believe that patients, their desires, and anatomy are all unique. Dr. Cabbabe believes that the key to a successful surgery is proper planning and discussion with the patient about their goals. Therefore, Dr. Cabbabe evaluates each patient and creates a customized surgical plan for all of his patients to meet their expectations. To schedule a consultation, call us at 314-842-5885 or complete the contact us form.

Prior to your procedure, Dr. Cabbabe will carefully plan the injection areas with you. He will offer a topical anesthetic which takes about 30 minutes to take effect. This can help take the edge off of the injections. After the planned injection sites have been cleaned with alcohol, Dr. Cabbabe will inject the Botox or Dysport into the areas. The entire procedure takes less than 5 minutes.

Preparing for Surgery

Dr. Cabbabe will ask that you refrain from taking any aspirin, plavix, Coumadin or any other type of blood thinner.

Recovery

Dr. Cabbabe will ask that you keep ice on the injection site to decrease the risk of any bruising. He will also ask you not to lie down for a few hours. The agents take 3 – 5 days to see an effect and last from 4- 6 months depending on the quantity injected.