Hyperhidrosis is excessive sweating that’s not always related to heat or exercise
Treatment: Botox in the underarms temporarily blocks the chemical signals from the nerves that stimulate sweat glands, reducing sweat production in that area.
Cryotherapy for Skin Lesions:
Cryotherapy is a minimally-invasive treatment that freezes skin surface lesions using extremely cold liquid or instruments (cryogen).Skin lesions are skin growths or patches that don’t look like the skin around them. The lesions can be:
- Benign (not cancerous).
- Actinic keratosis. These are precancerous skin cancers that look like scaly patches on your skin, and they can turn into cancer in the future.
- Superficial skin cancer (skin cancer that’s on the surface of your skin).
Cryotherapy also helps save the area around the lesions and to reduce the scarring as much as possible.
Skin Tag Removal:
Skin tag removal can be accomplished via a number of different methods.
- Cryotherapy: this method freezes off the skin tag using liquid nitrogen.
- Electrocautery: an electric probe or needle is used to burn off the skin tag
- Excision: skin tag is cut off/removed
Red Spots/broken capillaries:
Electrocautery: Using heat dispensed through a fine needle-like tip, electrocautery vaporizes dilated blood vessels so they disappear. This treatment will reduce redness and eliminate broken capillaries from the area of concern. Multiple treatments may be needed to achieve best results.
Temporomandibular Joint (TMJ) disorders are conditions affecting the jaw joints and surrounding muscles and ligaments. It can be caused by trauma, an improper bite, arthritis or wear and tear. Common symptoms include jaw tenderness, headaches, earaches and facial pain.
Botox can help relax the muscles in your jaw and is a highly effective treatment for TMJ symptoms. Botox treatments to the masseter muscle located on each side of the jaw significantly can decrease pain and increase mouth movements for three months following the treatment.