Miramar Labs® miraDry® System for the Elimination of Underarm Sweat and Odor to be the Subject of Four Clinical Presentations at ASLMS 

SANTA CLARA, Calif., April 22, 2015. Global aesthetic company Miramar Labs has announced that its miraDry System will be featured as part of four clinical presentations at the American Society for Laser Medicine and Surgery’s annual meeting in Orlando, April 22-26. The company’s miraDry system, which utilizes Miramar’s proprietary miraWave™ technology, permanently eliminates apocrine and eccrine glands in the axilla which are the cause of unwanted sweat and odor. Technological hallmarks of the miraDry system include the bioTip patient interface and handpiece that optimally deliver electromagnetic energy to safely destroy the glands while utilizing hydro-ceramic cooling to ensure patient comfort and safety. ASLMS presenters will present results on efficacy and satisfaction data when using high volume anesthesia from prospective split study data, long-term efficacy and patient satisfaction, along with the latest in technological advancements demonstrating reduction in axillary hair of all colors achieved through the use of the miraDry system.

Friday, April 24 8:27 am – 8:37 am 

Protocol and Nurse Practitioner’s Practice with Microwave Hyperhidrosis Treatment

Rebecca L. Sprague 

Friday, April 24 4:05 pm – 4:11 pm 

A Prospective, Randomized, Split Patient Study to Compare Two Methods of Anesthesia for Microwave Treatment of Excess Sweating

William Coleman (presenter), Patrick Coleman 

Friday, April 24 4:12 pm – 4:18 pm 

Long-Term Registry Follow-up From a Microwave-Based Treatment for Axillary Hyperhidrosis

Carolyn Jacob (presenter), Steven Bloch, Suzanne Bruce, William Coleman, David Goldberg, Suzanne Kilmer, Michael Maris, Elizabeth Tanzi, David Vasily 

Saturday, April 25 1:42 pm – 1:48 pm 

Long-Term Follow-up Demonstrating Reduction of Axillary Hair Utilizing Microwave Technology

Brian Zelickson, Jeremy Brauer (presenter), David Vasily, Lori Brightman, Leonard Bernstein, Elliot Weill, Robert Anolik, Roy Geronemus 

In addition to the four podium presentations, attendees will also have access to an additional poster sharing retrospective data highlighting miraDry’s effectiveness when used in conjunction with high volume anesthesia.

Retrospective Effectiveness Data in Use of High Volume Anesthesia with Microwave Device for Treatment of Axillary Sweat and Odor

Mark Taylor, Karen Stolman, Tony Chan 

“I’m excited to present the results miraDry has on axillary hair,” said Jeremy Brauer, MD. “Not only will this provide an immediate additional benefit for anyone seeking the miraDry Procedure but, more importantly, shows the possibility for treating light and white colored hair. This is the first technology that is truly ‘color-blind’ when it comes to permanent hair reduction.”

“From Miramar Labs’ point of view, the future of aesthetics is about developing solutions for patients that want to improve not only themselves but their overall lifestyle, and the miraDry System is designed to provide physicians with the ability to deliver life-changing benefits for their patients,” said Michael Kleine, Miramar Labs President and Chief Executive Officer. “The clinical results and patient satisfaction achieved with miraDry have set new standards in aesthetics. And we fully expect to expand those standards as we develop new treatments using our microwave

energy and the presentations at ASLMS are great examples of the future and groundbreaking treatments this technology holds for both clinicians and patients.”

About Miramar Labs: 

Founded in 2006, Miramar Labs is a privately owned global medical device company dedicated to bringing the next generation energy modality to the field of dermatology. Supported by rigorous clinical research, Miramar Labs is focused on addressing medical conditions for which there are significant unmet clinical needs. The company’s first priority is the treatment of bothersome underarm sweat, an issue that millions of people deal with daily. Physicians and patients are encouraged to visit www.miramarlabs.com for additional information about Miramar Labs.

Contact: 

Elisabeth Barbaria

Sr. Marketing Manager

Miramar Labs, Inc.

Ph: 408.579.8774

E: ebarbaria@miramarlabs.com