- Freezing of warts
- Birthmark examination (Dermtest)
- Minor eye area surgery
- Minor surgery
- Surgical removal of a birthmark
Freezing of wartsSee available time slots
Cryotherapy is most commonly used to treat warts, but our specialists use this method for a number of other problems. It is possible to book an appointment for cryotherapy of warts without prior consultation with a doctor. If necessary, a cryotherapy specialist may advise you see a dermatologist before the procedure. Both adults and children are welcome to book an appointment.
Cryotherapy is not performed if:
- the patient has Raynaud’s syndrome;
- the patient is under 8 years of age;
- the patient has a urticarial reaction.
Good to know about the procedure:
- The exact time of the procedure depends on the diagnosis and the method of treatment, but on average the affected site is treated for 5-45 seconds. If necessary, the procedure should be repeated.
- Liquid nitrogen causes the skin to feel cold, which may resemble a slight sting or tingle.
- After the procedure, you may feel pain or tingling, which usually recedes within a few minutes to a few hours.
- The procedure may cause a blister to appear which will subside within 1-2 weeks, at which point a scab will form to cover the blister.
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Service: Freezing of warts