General practice

Cryosurgery for general practitioners

Cryosurgery is a non-invasive medical procedure that utilizes extreme cold to destroy abnormal or diseased tissue, it is a commonly used treatment option in general practice for a range of conditions such as skin lesions, warts, and other benign growths.

During the procedure a cryosurgical device that uses extreme cold is used to apply a small amount of liquid nitrogen to the affected area, which subsequently freezes and destroys the tissue. It is usually performed without local anesthesia and is considered to be a relatively painless procedure.

Cryosurgery is a safe and effective treatment option for many patients, and offers several benefits compared to traditional surgical methods. It is minimally invasive, resulting in little or no scarring, and typically has a shorter recovery time.

Overall, cryosurgical treatment is a valuable tool in general practice, offering a safe and effective option for treating a wide range of conditions with minimal invasiveness and scarring.

CryoIQ in general practice

CryoIQ offers a range of effective and easy-to-use cryosurgical devices perfectly fitted for treatment of benign skin lesions. In a matter of seconds you can permanently remove verrucae, skin tags, solar lentigo, actinic and seborrheic keratoses, molluscum contagiosum, plantar warts and more.

Advantages of incorporating CryoIQ in your practice are amongst others:

  • Low risk of infection
  • No stress or pain
  • No bleeding
  • No work or sport restrictions
  • No pre-treatment preparations