Toronto's Baywood Clinic Now Offering Botox to Treat Excessive Sweating

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One of Toronto's busiest cosmetic clinics, the Baywood Clinic, includes treatment for hyperhidrosis with Botox.

The Baywood Clinic in downtown Toronto is now offering Botox to treat people with hyperhidrosis, a condition which is indicated by excessive sweating.

More popularly known as a cosmetic medicine to treat facial wrinkles, Botox was approved by Health Canada to treat primary axillary hyperhidrosis in August 2001. In fact, this is the same year it was approved to treat glabellar lines. Treatment is restricted to overactive sweat glands in the armpits.

After treatment, most patients experience a noticeable reduction of the amount of sweat in the treated area, gradually increasing over a period of one to two weeks. The amount of sweat reduced is typically over 80% of normal levels for the individual patient. Studies show that results last from six to eight months and can increase with regular Botox injections, making it a viable alternative to more drastic options such as surgery.

The Baywood Clinic is a state-of-the-art full service medical laser, vein, and cosmetic clinic which specializes in popular treatments such as Botox. Located in central Toronto at 1033 Bay Street suite 303, the Baywood Clinic's Board Certified Laser Physicians perform over 5000 procedures each year. For further information, call (416) 515-0007.

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