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Botox® Therapeutic


For the past 4 years, it has also been recognized that BOTOX® can dramatically reduce excessive sweating. If injected under the arms, it can often reduce sweating completely. People usually request re-injecting 6 - 9 months later, even though only some of the sweating has returned. A significant reduction in sweating can be achieved in the hands. Good improvement is usually seen that lasts up to 6 months. Many injections are often needed and anaesthetic, or freezing, may be required before hand treatment.

To speak with Toronto Botox® Dermatologist Dr. Nowell Solish about how he can help you achieve your goals, please call 416 964 8888


Botox® Therapeutic works to relieve excessive seating (Hyperhidosis) by blocking the release of a substance which activates the sweat glands. Hyperhidrosis is defined as excessive sweating that is not caused by physical activity. This type of Hyperhidrosis often appears symmetrically (hands, feet). Botox® therapeutic was indicated for Hyperhidrosis treatments under the arm in September 2001.

Meet Dr. Solish

Dr. Nowell Solish is a renowned specialist in the field of cosmetic dermatology and dermatologic surgery. He was one of Canada's first cosmetic dermatologists to use injectable BOTOX®. Dr. Solish is the Director of Dermatologic Surgery at the University of Toronto. He is also published in peer-reviewed journals, and lectures regularly on dermatologic surgery techniques worldwide.

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[ Please note Dr. Solish does not perform spasticity treatment with Botox in Toronto dermatology clinic ]

Spasticity is described by the inability of muscles to receive nerve impulses from the brain and lose the ability to relax. This results in muscles that are constantly contracted. Botox® works by relaxing affected muscles to decrease muscle spasticity which will also with improvements in and pain. Botox® was tested in large clinical study for safety and effectiveness. The Botox® injections showed improvement in muscle movement lasting up to three months. Botox® injections were indicated by Health Canada for reduction of muscle spasticity in the wrist in November 2001.