miraDry®

Dr. Lyle Weeks, medical director of Envy Aesthetic Center now offers a program to truly rid his patients of excessive sweating in the underarms.

miraDry® for excessive underarm sweating

There is no longer a need to use harsh chemicals to prevent the embarrassment of sweating during humid weather or after strenuous exercise. Dr. Weeks has said that miraDry® is the answer.

Dr. Weeks or his professionally trained staff delivers precisely controlled energy through the miraDry® system that is directed to the region where the sweat glands reside and reduce the sweat glands non-invasively*.

Dr. Weeks and his experienced technicians perform all of the procedures. Dr. Weeks and his staff are committed to providing a safe and comfortable environment from beginning to end for each patient.

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*Results may vary and are not guaranteed.

How does it work?

Once Dr. Weeks determines that you are a candidate for the miraDry® procedure, you will be scheduled for treatment. The underarm will be marked with an ink grid, then anesthetized using local anesthetic. The miraDry® hand piece is placed at multiple spots on the axilla to target the sweat glands resulting in decreased sweating. For optimal results most patients require two treatments spaced three months apart. The treatment process takes approximately an hour and a half.*

Don’t I need my underarm sweat glands?

Your body contains over four million sweat glands with only a small percentage located in the underarms. This reduction will not affect the body’s ability to cool itself.*

What results can I expect?

Most patients report a dramatic reduction of their sweat production. The results have been proven to be long-lasting.*

If you find that you are constantly embarrassed by excessive sweating, contact Dr. Lyle Weeks at Envy Aesthetic Center to see if you are a candidate for this procedure.

This could be the best decision you have made. Call our office at 915-845-3223 or contact us online today!

*Results may vary and are not guaranteed. Consult with Dr. Lyle D. Weeks to see if you are a good candidate.