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Cryotherapy is an innovative freezing treatment that can be used to effectively treat a wide-ranging number of skin lesions. Using the controlled application of liquid nitrogen to the targeted area, cryotherapy is capable of producing remarkable results in ridding the skin of unsightly blemishes. Cryotherapy treatment London can even be used for certain types of skin cancer.

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What does the treatment do?

Cryotherapy damages the abnormal cells within skin lesions, killing them off and allowing the growth of new, healthier skin cells. The freezing only takes between 5 and 30 seconds, depending on the concern being targeted by treatment. Cryotherapy is most commonly used in the treatment of warts, acne, scarring, and irregular skin growths.

At Dermasurge, all cryotherapy treatments in London are performed by Dr Hiba Injibar, our founder. As a skilled consultant dermatologist, Dr Hiba is highly experienced at diagnosing most skin concerns, and administering cryotherapy where appropriate in-house at our Harley Street clinic.

All patients must undergo a consultation with Dr Hiba before receiving treatment, in order to fully assess the skin and ensure cryotherapy is the correct course of action for achieving the best results

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Frequently Asked Questions

Does cryotherapy hurt?2020-01-28T14:11:03+00:00

Patients should expect to feel some level of discomfort, as cryotherapy exposes the skin to extreme cold temperatures. However, this is over extremely brief periods of time, and no extreme pain should be felt.

What are the side effects?2020-01-28T14:11:45+00:00

Patients may notice inflammation, swelling, redness, blisters, scabbing or weeping in the treatment area for a few days after the procedure, though this should not take too long to subside. For patients with naturally pigmented skin, they may notice a slight change in colour in the skin of the treatment area compared to the surrounding skin.

Am I suitable for cryotherapy?2020-01-28T14:14:10+00:00

There are a number of contraindications to cryotherapy, including pregnancy, hypertension, arrhythmia, symptomatic cardiovascular disease, venous thrombosis, and Raynauld’s Syndrome to name a few. During your consultation, Dr Injibar will question you about your medical history to determine that cryotherapy is safe for you and recommend alternative treatments if needed.

How many cryotherapy treatments will I need?2020-01-28T14:15:23+00:00

In most cases, only one cryotherapy treatment is needed. However, in the case of some lesions, warts in particular, multiple sessions may be needed to prevent regrowth.

Patient Reviews

“Dr Hiba is fantastic, right from my first consultation she put me at ease and was helpful when suggesting treatment for my skin concerns. The results are amazing and I would highly recommend!”
Claire Fielding
“I got the results which were promised. Dr Hiba is very professional and knowledgeable.”
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