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Cryotherapy

Available in Narborough, Leicester

£50+

Cryotherapy is a technique for removing skin lesions that primarily involve the surface of the skin, such as warts, seborrheic keratosis, or actinic keratosis.

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About Cryotherapy Treatments

Cryotherapy is a technique for removing skin lesions that primarily involve the surface of the skin, such as warts, seborrheic keratosis, or actinic keratosis.

FAQs

What is a Cryotherapy treatment?

A Cryotherapy treatment is a procedure that uses extremely cold temperatures to destroy abnormal tissue. The procedure is also known as cryosurgery or cryoablation.

What are the benefits of a Cryotherapy treatment?

Cryotherapy has a number of potential benefits, including:
  • Destroying cancerous and precancerous cells
  • Reducing the size of tumors
  • Relieving pain and inflammation
  • Improving the appearance of skin conditions such as warts and psoriasis

How is a Cryotherapy treatment performed?

During a Cryotherapy treatment, your doctor will use a probe to deliver extremely cold temperatures to the affected area. The probe will be placed directly on your skin or inserted into your body through a small incision. The cold temperatures will destroy the abnormal tissue.

What are the risks of a Cryotherapy treatment?

Cryotherapy is generally considered safe, but there are some risks associated with the procedure. These risks include:
  • Skin irritation
  • Swelling and redness at the site of treatment

How much does it cost?

The treatment costs £50+ .

All treatments can be found on the treatments page.

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Aftercare

Avoid using makeup or skincare products on the treated area for at least 24 hours.

Gently clean the treated area with a mild cleanser and lukewarm water twice a day.

Apply a thin layer of healing ointment to the treated area 3-4 times a day.

Avoid sun exposure and wear sunscreen when outdoors.

Keep the treated area clean and dry.