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What is cryotherapy?


In this method, which means freezing treatment, active substances such as liquid nitrogen, liquid nitrogen, liquid carbon dioxide - are cooled to 100 degrees and applied to the problem area, and in this way the existing lesion disappears.


For what purposes is cryotherapy mostly used?


  • I treatment

  • Wart treatment

  • Superficial sunspots

  • genital wart

  • Treatment of cervical sores

  • callus treatment


What kind of method is cryotherapy?


In cryotherapy, especially nitrogen, which is cooled down to -100 degrees, is applied to the problem area with special devices. In this way, the tissue is frozen. The tissue is then expected to return to its normal temperature. As a result of these sudden temperature changes, the cells in the region are destroyed and die. These useless dead cells throw themselves away in the form of a light crust during the healing period and new tissues begin to form in their place.


Who can be treated with cryotherapy? How long do the sessions take?


It can be applied in all age groups, both men and women, regardless of gender and age. It takes an average of 15-30 minutes depending on the size of the lesion and the purpose of the treatment.


What are the benefits of cryotherapy?


The cryotherapy method is a fast and extremely practical  method. It can be applied to all age groups and all genders. no bleeding,  the risk of side effects is as low as possible. Especially in wart treatment, the risk of recurrence is much lower. The cryotherapy method is an extremely partial method.

Brief information

Anesthesia: Anesthetic cream can be used.

Examination and application process: It takes an average of 15-30 minutes, depending on the size of the lesions .

Recovery time: Returns to normal life immediately.

Usage period: The number of sessions varies according to the lesions.

Warning: No pain.

Result: Visible change over time. Totally  improvement or reduction.

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