Excessive Sweating

At KM Surgical we have the surgical and non-surgical options available for your excessive sweating (Hyperhydrosis).

Available treatments from KM Surgical:


Suction Curettage for Sweating

The most recent advance in hyperhydrosis treatment is suction curettage of the axillary sweat glands. You can expect immediate reduction in sweating and a high percentage possibly of achieving a long term and fully satisfactory reduction of sweating.

Botulinum Toxin

Botox ® is a natural, purified protein that relaxes wrinkle- causing muscles creating a smoothed and rejuvenated and more youthful appearance. It is a simple non-surgical procedure that smooths the deep, persistent facial lines that develop over time.

Xeomin ®

Xeomin ® is a botulinum toxin type A, free from complexing proteins, used for treatment of frown lines on the forehead. Xeomin ® is available only on prescription – ask us if Xeomin ® is right for you.
Finance available!
Q MasterCard® Finance

Q MasterCard® Finance

Q MasterCard® is a credit card that gives Q Cardholders a minimum of 3 months no payments and no interest when they use their Card for purchases. KM Surgical is pleased to offer two Q MasterCard® financing options for our procedures and treatments.
Finance available!
Nova Medical Finance

Nova Medical Finance

Medical finance is available across a range of specialties including cosmetic / plastic surgery and dermatology. Nova is run by doctors and other medical professionals who work with some of New Zealand’s best specialists to help ensure the best possible outcome for our patients.
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