Hyperhidrosis (Excessive Sweating) Treatment in Long Beach, California

Estea Laser & Cosmetic Center in Long Beach, California, is pleased to offer you excessive sweating treatment. Every day, our bodies use perspiration to maintain constant internal temperature. This is regulated by the sympathetic nervous system, which controls the five million sweat glands in your body. About half of those glands are located in the hands. In the chest, there are branches of the sympathetic chain that control sweating hands. These chains can be interrupted to stop the sweating of the hands, the feet and armpits are also improved. Procedure is minimally invasive outpatient procedure – Endoscopic Thoracic Sympathectomy. Call for a free phone consultation with our surgeon.
Excessive Sweating

Excessive Sweating Causes

When perspiration in the armpits is excessive, the condition is often a debilitating disorder that can affect one’s work and life professionally as well as personally. Self esteem is affected, causing the person to feel isolated and withdrawn.


This excessive sweating can be controlled by prescription antiperspirants, pills, neuromodulator injections, scraping of the glands or excision of the affected skin. The procedures are well tolerated as they are performed under local anesthesia. 90% improvement of axillary sweating can be expected. For patients with hand sweating, the most effective and curative procedure is Endoscopic Thoracic Sympathectomy. This outpatient procedure is done under general anesthesia, and it involves dividing the hyperactive nerve, responsible for inappropriate excessive sweating.

Our surgery center specializes in the minimally invasive control of hyperhidrosis. The doctors and our staff are highly qualified, dedicated, and caring professionals who consider it a privilege to provide medical care.

Contact us in Long Beach, California, for your excessive sweating treatment, or visit www.SoCalSweatControl.com.

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