- Freezing of warts
- Birthmark examination (Dermtest)
- Minor eye area surgery
- Minor surgery
- Surgical removal of a birthmark
Cryotherapy, also known as cold therapy, is a treatment method used in dermatology, rheumatology, surgery, and cosmetology. Cryotherapy is most often used to treat warts and moles but we use it for various medical conditions at Confido.
Cryotherapy is suitable for children and adults. For wart and mole treatment, cryotherapy can be carried out without a doctor’s consultation unless specifically requested by a cryo specialist.
For children under the age of 8, or when using cryotherapy for reasons other than wart and mole treatment, we recommend a dermatologist’s appointment beforehand.
Good to know:
- The duration of the procedure depends on the referral and the treatment method but usually it takes 5-45 seconds per area. Sometimes multiple rounds are needed.
- Liquid nitrogen creates a cold feeling on the skin that might feel like stinging.
- After the procedure, you might feel pain or stinging that passes in up to two hours.
- The procedure can cause blisters to the treated areas that last for 1-2 weeks.
Procedure prices start from € 45. This covers one to three growths, € 45 will be charged for every subsequent growth (1-3).