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As the modern era of cryosurgery began in the mid-1960s; the basic features of cryosurgical technique were established as rapid freezing, slow thawing, and repetition of the freeze–thaw cycle. Which can cause tissue injury, this has been effectively used by dermatologist since then; 3D lifestyle brought up the same technology but in more precise application for controlled destruction of unwanted tissue by targeting as small as 1mm size area of treatment without affecting the normal tissue nearby.
CryoPen® and CryoProbe TM
Skin tags, moles, benign birth marks, warts and any pigmentation of up to 1mm size or larger on face or body.
CryoPen is Non-surgical, non-invasive, non-sterile, reusable medical device dedicated for cryogenic treatment of benign skin lesions,
CryoPen uses the liquid N2O in liquid form in the cartridge inside the pen, targeting the lesion area by a fine tip of the pen according the lesion size and location, the nitrogen oxide will flow in speed and liquidized N2O will become gas and the lesion will freeze the lesion area destroying the diseased tissues.
What areas can be targeted by CryoPen?
CryoPen treatment has proved effective for the following benign skin lesions: Acrochordon, Actinic keratosis and cheilitis, Capillary hemangioma, Cutaneous leishmaniasis, Discoid lupus erythematosus, Filiform, flat, vulgar, plantar and anogenital warts, Granuloma annulare, Molluscum contagiosum, seborrheic keatosis, Viral lesions by dispensing an extremely precise flow of nitrous oxide applied directly on the lesion area.
Lesions of as small as 1mm size can be targeted effectively and precisely.
How many treatments are recommended?
Depending on the target lesion size, usually one single treatment is recommended and follow-up evaluation after 2-4 weeks to confirm complete removal of the disease tissues and possible need for second session if remnant tissue still present.
What results can I expect from this treatment?
Generally a complete absence of the lesion area is seen within 2-4 weeks but in more deeply extended lesions a second session will be needed for completing the treatment.
What will I experience during treatment?
The nitrous oxide is thrown at (-89o C /-128o F) so you will experience cold gas on the treated area but no pain and possible redness of the skin area which will disappear in few hours after the session.