Cryotherapy with Liquid Nitrogen

Updated: Aug 7, 2019

This treatment applies liquid nitrogen (-196oC) to the skin in order to freeze off surface skin lesions. The treatment may need to be repeated on a weekly, fortnightly or monthly basis depending on the depth of the lesion. There will be some post treatment redness for a few hours following the treatment.


Conditions commonly treated by this modality include:

- Viral warts

- Actinic keratoses

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