Cryoprobe

Cryoprobe treats dark/sun spots, warts and skin tags.

What is Cryotherapy?

Cryotherapy is a treatment where your healthcare provider applies extreme cold to freeze and destroy abnormal tissue. To create this severe cold, your provider will use a substance like liquid nitrogen or argon gas.   Cryotherapy can be used to treat a variety of skin conditions and some cancers, including prostate and liver cancer. This therapy can treat tissue externally (on the skin) and internally (inside the body). This treatment can also be called cryoablation.

Why Do Doctors Use Cryotherapy?

Cryotherapy is a minimally invasive therapy. This type of treatment removes damaged or diseased tissue that comes from a variety of medical conditions. Cryotherapy is usually done without open surgery. Most people recover quickly from the procedure and with little pain.

How Does Cryotherapy Work?

During cryotherapy, the healthcare provider applies extreme cold to abnormal tissue. Cells can’t survive this severe cold and die after treatment.   Your healthcare provider can use a few different substances to create the intense cold used in cryotherapy. These substances can include:
  • Liquid nitrogen.
  • Liquid nitrous oxide.
  • Argon gas.

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