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Angiofibroma Treatment

Cryopen - Angiofibroma

Understanding Angiofibromas

Angiofibromas are a benign growth of blood vessels and fibrous tissues that often occur in the nose and cheeks. These growths can be small or large and are often noticeable as red or flesh-colored bumps on the skin. While they are usually harmless, they can cause discomfort, bleeding, and even affect your appearance. Fortunately, advancements in medical technology have made it possible to remove the growths with minimal scarring and discomfort.

Angiofibromas are small, benign tumors that primarily manifest on the face. While they pose no serious health risks, their high recurrence rate and potential for cosmetic disfigurement often lead individuals to seek treatment.

Angiofibromas , How We Remove It

Angiofibromas Removal Treatment

Cryopen is a non-invasive method of treating angiofibroma. It is used to freeze the blood vessels and other tissues that make up the growth. The treatment is performed using a hand-held device that sprays a small amount of compressed gas onto the affected area.

This gas is very cold (-89°C), and it freezes the tissues almost instantly. The frozen tissues are then destroyed, and the body can naturally eliminate the damaged tissue. Cryopen treatment is quick, effective, and involves no cutting or surgery.

How Cryopen Treatment Works

Cryopen treatment involves the use of a device that sprays compressed gas onto the affected area. The gas is very cold and creates a small ice ball at the tip of the device. The device is applied to the bump, and the ice ball freezes the vascular tissue and causes localised cellular destruction. Cryopen uses disposable tips, so there is no risk of infection or cross-contamination. The treatment is very safe, and most people experience very little discomfort.

Preparing for Cryopen Treatment

Before your cryopen treatment, you should avoid using any cosmetics or topical creams on the affected area. Additionally, you should avoid drinking alcohol or smoking for at least 48 hours before your procedure. You should also avoid taking any blood thinners or aspirin.

Cryopen Treatment Aftercare

After your cryopen treatment, you may experience some mild redness or swelling at the treated area. This is completely normal and will resolve on its own within a few days.

You should avoid touching or picking at the treated area, as this can delay healing and increase the risk of infection. You should also avoid exposure to direct sunlight, and use a high SPF sunscreen on the treated area if you must be outside.

The Benefits

Cryopen treatment offers numerous benefits over traditional angiofibroma removal methods:

  1. Non-surgical: Cryopen treatment is a non-invasive procedure, eliminating the risks associated with surgery.
  2. Fast and efficient: The Cryopen can freeze the lesion at -40 degrees in just 12 seconds, rapidly destroying the nucleus of the cells and removing the lesion.
  3. Precise: The Cryopen’s pinpoint accuracy ensures that only the lesion is targeted, preserving the healthy skin around it.
  4. Safe: Cryopen treatment has a proven safety record, with minimal side effects or complications.
  5. Suitable for most skin types: Cryopen can be used safely on various skin types, making it a versatile treatment option.
Questions Angiofibromas Removal Treatment ?

1. What are angiofibromas?
Angiofibromas are benign growths that primarily occur on the face. Although they pose no severe health risks, their appearance can lead individuals to seek removal treatments.

2. What treatments are available for angiofibroma removal?
Several treatments, including surgery, electrocoagulation, cryotherapy, chemical peeling, laser therapy, dermabrasion, and topical treatments, have shown efficacy in angiofibroma removal.

3. Are there any side effects of angiofibroma removal treatments?
Possible side effects can include temporary redness, swelling, or slight discomfort, which usually resolve within a few days or weeks.

4. How effective are angiofibroma removal treatments?
The effectiveness of angiofibroma removal treatments can vary based on the treatment type and individual factors. It’s important to consult with a healthcare professional to understand what results you can expect.

5. What is Cryopen treatment?
Cryopen is a form of cryotherapy that uses liquefied nitrous oxide to freeze and destroy benign skin lesions such as angiofibromas.

6. Is Cryopen treatment safe?
Yes, Cryopen treatment is a safe and highly effective method for removing benign skin lesions. It is non-invasive and has minimal side effects.

7. How long does Cryopen treatment take?
The Cryopen can freeze the targeted lesion at -40 degrees in just 12 seconds, making the treatment incredibly fast and efficient.

8. Can Cryopen be used on all skin types?
Yes, Cryopen can be safely used on various skin types. A consultation with one of our experts at Lipo 360 will determine if Cryopen is the right treatment for you.

9. Where can I get Cryopen treatment for angiofibromas?
Lipo 360 offers expert Cryopen treatment for angiofibromas. Contact us today to schedule a consultation