Hyperhidrosis, known as excessive sweating, may be caused by a number of reasons. It is a condition that can affect the armpit, hands, scalp, hairline, upper and lower lip, cheek, chin, neck, and anywhere on the body.
Hyperhidrosis has the most significant negative impact on patients’ lives of any condition. Excessive sweat can soak through clothes or drips off the affected area. Heavy sweating in the face, neck, scalp, hands, and feet causes social anxiety and embarrassment. Patients have tried many different things to control it with varied success.
Why have some clinicians had frustrating challenges treating patients for hyperhidrosis? Poor technique, using too little or too much neurotoxin, cookbook dosaging, and inadequate understanding of the anatomy all contribute to bad treatment outcomes and unhappy patients.
Neurotoxin for face and body excessive sweating has been proven to be very safe and very effective for up to 6 months or more. Patient satisfaction for neurotoxin treatment for excessive
sweating in the underarm, hands, face, scalp, neck and body is among the highest of any injectable treatment when you know the anatomy and the most effective techniques and dosaging.
Esthetic clinicians including dentists, physicians, nurse practitioners, nurses, physician assistant and injectors will be amazed at how many people suffer from excessive sweating once they are aware that there is an effective treatment. Many of your patients want to control their sweating during certain months of the year which opens up this treatment to a wider audience.
When properly administered and with the right dosage and placement, patients will love the results and enjoy higher self-esteem and quality of life.
What providers love are motivated, happy patients and the high profitability treating patients with hyperhidrosis.
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- Patient assessment and consultation for hyperhidrosis treatment with botulinum toxin in the underarm, hands, scalp, hairline, upper and lower lip, cheek, chin, and body.
- Indications and contraindications for hyperhidrosis treatment with botulinum toxin
- Comprehensive instruction in the relevant anatomy, neurophysiology, and mechanism of action of neurotoxin for hyperhidrosis in the face, scalp, underarms, hands, and body
- Patient evaluation for the best therapeutic results
- Learn sterile technique for the use of injectable pharmacologic agents for hyperhidrosis
- Learn the AAFE exclusive hyperdilute neurotoxin preparation and precise dosaging for the best treatment outcomes
- Review safety and risk issues for botulinum toxin injectable therapy
- Learn advanced fee strategies for hyperhidrosis treatment
- Learn best practices to avoid possible adverse reactions and complications
After completing this activity, the participant should be better able to:
1. Evaluate how to diagnose, and treatment plan patients to achieve the best possible excessive sweating treatment outcomes with injectable therapy
2. Demonstrate clinical proficiency with the proper materials, techniques, dosaging, and instrumentation necessary to deliver neurotoxin therapy for hyperhidrosis
3. Integrate botulinum toxin hyperhidrosis therapy into your practice