CryoProbe Cryosurgery for Skin Lesions

Cryosurgery may sound like something you’d rather avoid, but in reality it’s a simple, painless procedure, thanks to the CryoProbe™. If you’re suffering from solar or actinic keratosis, warts, skin tags, poro keratosis, molluscum contagiosum or other benign skin lesions, call the Center for Integrated Medicine to see how the CryoProbe can help you.


But just what is the CryoProbe? It’s a small device that looks like a pen—only instead of ink, it dispenses a targeted, fine mist of liquid nitrous oxide at a fixed temperature of -127 degrees F with 725 PSI of pressure. That combination of extremely low temperature, high pressure and laser-like accuracy makes the CryoProbe more effective than any other cryosurgery device on the market.


When you have a CryoProbe treatment for small skin irregularities like facial lesions, condyloma (genital warts), seborrheic keratosis, precancerous actinic keratosis, solar lentigo (age spots), benign nevi or fibromas, you can rest easy knowing its precise application minimizes the risk of damaging healthy tissue near the lesion. You won’t need any anesthesia or follow-up visits, and you can expect very little or no discomfort. The procedure takes just seconds, and the CryoProbe is even safe for treatment of benign skin lesions on children.


If you or your child are suffering from small skin lesions and would like to be free of them, consider CryoProbe treatment from the Center for Integrative Medicine. Call today to schedule an appointment.