Cryotherapy

Cryotherapy is a dermato-cosmetological procedure, which is performed using liquid nitrogen, which leads to total deterioration of tissue through freezing it to 196 degrees. During this process, abnormal formation is destructed using physical freezing method.

Face Cryomassage with liquid nitrogen is also performed as procedures against couperose.

Indications of Cryotherapy :

Benign formations on skin (skin papillomas, keratomas, viral warts, molluscum contagiosum).

Cryotherapy side effects:

  • Decomposed diabetes.
  • Deceased connected to blood clotting.
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  • Inclination to Keloid scars.
  • Skin cancer.

How Cryotherapy procedure is performed:

 

Prior the procedure, skin is cleaned with antiseptic liquid. After that liquid nitrogen is sprayed onto the undesired skin formation and the tissue becomes white (gets frozen), nitrogen spraying process lasts for 1-2 minutes and is repeated 2-3 times during a procedure. The number of procedures depends on the type of skin formation and can be repeated in 7-10 days. During the procedure patient feels slight burning feeling in the injured area due to the excessive cold.

POST CRYOPROCEDURE PERIOD:

After the procedure, a small blister may appear around the processed area for several days, which will be absorbed in several days, and the tissue becomes dark, blackish purple color and completely removes from healthy skin eventually.

If the procedure is performed on the open area of the skin, it must be covered so as to avoid sun.

Protecting the processed area from dirt is also important.

Cryotherapy complications:

The procedure can be complicated with secondary infection in case of not keeping hygienic norms or hyper pigmentation can be developed.

Rosacea (couperose) Treatment

Rosacea is quite common skin decease, which is identified in adults, mostly among white skinned individuals. The reason of this decease is unknown, though the following factors play a certain role:

  1. Immune system mistakes,
  2. Inflammatory reaction of skin to different micro-organisms
  3. Sun ultraviolet radiation
  4. Hyperactive blood vessels

Helicobacter Pylori and demodex also have a certain role in defining the degree of the decease. 4 main groups of the decease are identified:

  1. Erythematous telangiectatic
  2. Papules – pustules
  3. Phymatous
  4. Eye shape.

 

In case of Erythematous telangiectatic shape, patients have problem with persistent blushing, dryness, increased sensitivity, on the next stage – acne like inflammatory papulous rash, blood vessels exposed on the skin surface, which are also known as couperose.

Avoiding the irritating agents play an important role in treating this decease. They are: ultraviolet radiation of the sun, alcohol, especially red wine, hot and chilly food, drink, long lasting hot bath, frequent changing of cosmetics. Treatment differs depending on different forms of rosacea. In case of erythematous telangiectatic rosacea, when there is constant blushing on face and exposed couperose, skin must be cared with special anti-couperose cosmetic line, avoiding the sun, clinical procedures against chronic blush, as well as IPL phototherapy and so called anti-couperose laser therapy. In case of papules pustules, azelaic acid and metronidazole are active local usage, and low dose doxycycline for internal usage. Rosacea treatment requires highly qualified specialist and the patient’s ability to follow the doctor’s recommendations precisely. DeaMed Clinic has all the necessary preconditions to treat this decease correctly and successfully.

 

 

Cryotherapy

Cryotherapy is a dermato-cosmetological procedure, which is performed using liquid nitrogen, which leads to total deterioration of tissue through freezing it to 196 degrees. During this process, abnormal formation is destructed using physical freezing method.

Face Cryomassage with liquid nitrogen is also performed as procedures against couperose.

Indications of Cryotherapy :

Benign formations on skin (skin papillomas, keratomas, viral warts, molluscum contagiosum).

Cryotherapy side effects:

  • Decomposed diabetes.
  • Deceased connected to blood clotting.
  •  
  • Inclination to Keloid scars.
  • Skin cancer.

How Cryotherapy procedure is performed: