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Cryotherapy – Ice Treatment

Cryotherapy (ice treatment) is a form of treatment in which a liquid nitrogen gas (-190 ° C) is administered by a dermatologist in a controlled manner. These very cold gases freeze the skin and destroy the cells. The freezing effect is used for the problem that needs to be removed from the center.

In which situations is cryotherapy used?

Dermatology is the most common diseases;

– Genital wart treatment,

– Callus treatment,

– Sun spots,

– Meat moles,

– Wart treatment in other parts of the hand and body,

– In skin cancer treatment,

– In the complaint of nail sticking.

What are the advantages of this method?

– It provides treatment for some skin tumors without surgery (especially in elderly patients).

– Repetition in warts after cryotherapy is less than in other methods.

– There are good responses in the treatment of sun spots.

– Serious injury or complication risk is extremely low.

– Fast and easy to implement.

– Can be applied in policlinic conditions.

– It does not require anesthesia.

– The normal life after the operation does not need change. It can not affect sports activities and working life.

– There is no risk of post-procedural bleeding

– Use in the scenes.

– Applicable at all ages.

Is there any side effect?

After cryotherapy, pain, swelling and fluid accumulation can be seen in the application area. For this reason, painkillers may be recommended immediately after the application of the disease.

How long is the result going?

The duration of the result depends on the type of lesion, its depth, and its size. For example, if the warts under the feet require 5-6 sessions for treatment, 2-3 seanstas lesions can heal in areas such as the hand, face and genital area. A stain can also benefit a session.

Where is cryotherapy used for aesthetic purposes?

– In stain treatment,

– On the lip,

– It can be useful to look around the eye and underline.


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