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Dr. Giacomo Maggiolino on MiraDry® and miraSmooth®

Hyperhidrosis is the clinic term for excessive sweating.

For anyone who is tired of dealing with underarm sweat, odor, and hair, a solution is available: miraDry®. A non-invasive, permanent and FDA approved procedure that can reduce underarm issues in as little as one treatment.

How does miraDry® work ?

miraDry uses thermal energy to reduce the number of sweat and odor glands in your underarms—meaning you’ll experience much less perspiration and odor.

What is a miraDry® session like ?

First, your Forefront dermatologist will numb your underarm and mark the area with a template guide. Then a handheld applicator is used to target sweat and odor glands beneath the underarm skin. Once your sweat and odor glands are destroyed, they do not regenerate.

What results can be expected from miraDry®?

Most patients report a dramatic, permanent reduction of their underarm sweat. In a recent clinical study, the average underarm sweat reduction was 82%. You should notice a reduction in sweat immediately after treatment. As with any medical procedure, results will vary by person.

There’s little downtime after a miraDry® treatment, but you should expect some swelling and soreness for a few days after the procedure.

Get miraDry® for hyperhidrosis treatment at Pleasant Prairie, Wisconsin

This Forefront Dermatology clinic, is led by board-certified dermatologists, Dr. Platina Coy Gershtenson, Dr. Susan Keiler, Dr. Giacomo Maggiolino, Dr. Eric Marsh and Dr. Marjorie Yang, offering miraDry® for hyperhidrosis treatment to the residents of Pleasant Prairie, Wisconsin.

Call (262) 697-8030 or fill out the consult form to request your appointment today.

Interested in miraDry® for hyperhidrosis Treatment? Request a consultation with a skin specialist today.

*Age Restriction.
For patients scheduling who are under 18 years of age (19 in Alabama) please make sure you have permission from your parent or legal guardian to schedule this appointment.  Your parent or legal guardian must accompany you on your initial visit and on certain subsequent visits to provide appropriate informed consent.