Cryopen Treatment Newmarket

Cryopen Treatment Newmarket From Cryosonic is a pinpoint precision non invasive pain free procedure to remove blemishes permanently.

cryopen treatment newmarket

What Is Cryopen Treatment Newmarket?

Cryopen is a medical device that use liquid nitrogen for the removal of;

Solar keratosis
Warts, moles, and pigmentation
Angiomas, Lentigo, Verruca

Cryopen Treatment Newmarket for Skin Lesions?

Aftercare - Cryopen Treatment Newmarket

  • Make every effort to maintain the exposed and dry state of the treated region.
  • Do not pick or otherwise remove any crust or scab that may have formed over a treated area.
  • It may be necessary to wait a few weeks for crusting or scabbing to fall off. If this is the case, you should show patience instead of attempting to remove the scab yourself, as doing so could result in scarring.
  • If a blister continues to leak fluid after 14 days, you should see with your primary care physician.
  • Apply a high-quality sunscreen with an SPF of at least 50 to any treated area, and continue to do so until the skin tone of the treated area matches that of the surrounding skin.
  • For the majority of larger or thicker lesions, including verrucae, warts, and actinic keratosis, a second or potentially a third treatment may be required.

As the blister will eventually heal on its own, it is crucial not to burst it. If it begins to bleed, you should clean the area carefully, use an antiseptic ointment, and then cover it. This will assist in preventing the discomfort from happening repeatedly. If it hurts and does not appear to be improving fast, you should schedule an appointment with your primary care physician to get it evaluated.

Recuperation and Ongoing Medical Monitoring:

After treatment, you may observe that the affected area appears considerably more blotchy than it did previously, and you may also experience a slight increase in redness. After a few days, a thin, crusty scab will form where a layer of skin has begun to peel away. It is essential to refrain from plucking at the region and allow it to flake off naturally. This will result in the finest results possible. After that, the area will gradually recover to a more uniform tone during the healing process.

On occasion, the region has grown darker as opposed to improving. This event is relatively uncommon. You will be required to maintain communication with your doctor so that you can review the results and discuss recommendations for ongoing treatment.