Underarm stains and odor caused by overactive sweat glands can leave you feeling self-conscious and uncomfortable.
Board-certified doctor David Jayne, MD, offers a non-surgical treatment called miraDry® as a permanent solution to underarm sweat issues.
Can a non-invasive miraDRY procedure at Dr. Jayne's Edmond, OK, practice put a stop to excessive underarm sweat and odor?
Excessive Sweating Under My Arms Bothers Me
Do Other People Have the Same Problem?
This condition, called axillary hyperhidrosis, can start around puberty and last a lifetime. If you want to learn how Dr. Jayne's miraDry treatment can permanently stop underarm sweat from disrupting your life, contact our state-of-the-art Edmond, OK, practice for a consultation. Dr. Jayne welcomes patients throughout the Edmond and Oklahoma City, OK area. Our practice is located about 25 minutes north of Oklahoma City.
What is miraDry and How Does It Work?
First of all, it is important to know that your body has close to four million sweat glands. Of these, only two percent create underarm sweat. But when these sweat glands produce excessive sweating that can not be controlled with an antiperspirant, it may be time to become a miraDry patient at Dr. Jayne's Edmond, OK, medical practice.
- miraDry is a non-invasive medical treatment that uses thermal heat energy to eliminate sweat glands and odor glands that exist under your arms.
- Once these glands are painlessly and safely destroyed, they do not grow back. So you will no longer produce underarm sweat. It's that simple.
- Each miraDry treatment lasts about an hour. Results vary, but just one treatment may stop excessive underarm sweat.
- However, some of Dr. Jayne's patients may need two or three treatments to completely stop excessive underarm sweating.
Life-changing Benefits of miraDry
Ready to Look Better and Feel Better?
Contact Dr. Jayne about miraDry Today
It is hard to look good and feel good about yourself when excessive dampness under your arms is creating large, dark sweat stains on your clothes. This can make a date or an important business meeting extremely awkward.
Scheduling a miraDry consultation at Dr. Jayne's warm and inviting Edmond, OK, practice is the first step to curbing this embarrassing condition.
He will patiently and thoroughly explain the procedure, the cost, and all its benefits to you. If you are tired of damp, clammy underarm skin caused by continuous sweating, contact our Edmund office today using our online form or by calling us. Life is good. So why sweat it?
Our Edmond, OK, Patients Rave about Dr. Jayne
What Else Can miraDry Do? /
This state-of-the-art procedure can also permanently remove unwanted underarm hair, leaving you with smoother, softer skin.
Is miraDry Safe and Effective?
More than 140,000 treatments have been performed worldwide. According to miraDry.com, patients also report an 82-percent reduction in sweat and a nearly 90-percent reduction in underarm odor after their procedure was finished.
One of the Top-Rated Doctors
in the Oklahoma City, Area
"Dr. David is an excellent Doctor. I've been seeing him for a couple of years, and has demonstrated his competence and care repeatedly with me. I recommend Dr. Jayne to anyone looking for a doctor. He always has the correct answer!"
Why Choose Dr. Jayne
for miraDry Treatment
Dr. Jayne is a board-certified physician, meaning he has years of specialized education and training beyond what many family doctors have. To achieve this distinction, he had to pass an extremely difficult exam given by a board of his peers.
Unlike other Oklahoma City area practices, Dr. Jayne performs all procedures himself instead of a staff member. This includes miraDry. As he puts it, his patients "get the professor, rather than the teaching assistant."
Dr. Jayne has over 30 years of experience providing superior medical care to patients of all ages in the Oklahoma City metro area.
Dr. Jayne can successfully treat excessive underarm sweat, as well as other life-challenging issues such as skin conditions, sexual dysfunction, allergies, excess weight, and unbalanced hormones.
Who Can Get miraDry?
Pretty much anyone who is tired of dealing with stains, odor, and embarrassment caused by excessive underarm sweating, or who has been diagnosed with hyperhidrosis, can receive miraDry treatment. However, you should not receive miraDry treatment if you:
- Have a pacemaker
- Need supplemental oxygen
- Are allergic to lidocaine or other local anesthetics
Find out if you are a candidate for miraDry by scheduling a consultation with Dr. Jayne today.
The MiraDry Procedure Timeline
After a consultation to confirm that miraDry is the right treatment for you, your appointment can be scheduled. Dr. Jayne will perform your miraDry procedure himself. The process is as follows:
Day of Procedure
The results are immediate.
Dr. Jayne will inject the treatment area with a numbing mixture of lidocaine diluted with saline to ensure you remain comfortable during the appointment.
Then, a temporary tattoo that serves as a treatment guide map will be applied to each armpit.
Finally, Dr. Jayne will use our high-tech, handheld miraDry device to permanently destroy sweat and odor-causing glands in your armpits. The results are immediate.
Ok, miraDry Sounds Great...
But What Does It Cost?
It is important to know that miraDry is not usually covered by insurance, but you may be able to use HSA/FSA funds from your employer. Our friendly, knowledgeable staff will be happy to check with your insurance carrier to see if coverage is possible. Dr. Jayne charges the following rates for miraDry treatments:
$1,800. Many patients only need one treatment to see immediate results, but sometimes two treatments are necessary.
If follow-up treatment is needed to completely eliminate underarm sweat and odor glands, the cost will be $1,200.
Three treatments are rare, but should two treatments not be enough, your fee will be $1,000.
Even if this sounds expensive, having dry, odor-free underarms for the rest of your life is worth every dollar.
Any Side Effects to miraDry? /
miraDry side effects are few and minor. You might experience a little swelling, numbness, or soreness that should fade within a few days to a few weeks. You can return to work right after treatment and get back to exercising in about a week or so. Please contact Dr. Jayne should you have any questions.
A Family Physician
Treating the Mind & Body
Dr. David Jayne
- Is a graduate of the University of Oklahoma College of Medicine
- Is a board-certified family physician
- Has been practicing in Edmond for over 20 years