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A benign mole is a type of mole that is non-cancerous and does not pose any health risks.
It typically appears as an evenly colored brown or black spot on the skin and may be either flat or raised.
Benign moles are usually harmless and do not require treatment, although regular monitoring by a doctor is recommended.
Benign moles occur due to the overproduction of melanocytes, which are cells responsible for producing the pigment that gives our skin its color.
Excess melanin can clump together and form a mole on the surface of the skin.
Sun exposure and genetics can both play a role in causing benign moles.
The primary benefit of Cryopen to remove benign moles is that it is a relatively quick and painless procedure.
The heat generated by the device is applied to the lesion, destroying the tissue without causing physical trauma or inflammation to the surrounding skin.
As there are no stitches required, there is little to no scarring left behind.
Additionally, the procedure can be done in-office, so there is no need for an operating room or overnight stay in a hospital.
Cryopen mole removal using cryopen is a method of non-surgical mole removal. It involves the use of a device that blasts nitrogen-containing gas to freeze and destroy the targeted mole. The process is safe, quick, and effective with minimal discomfort and no scarring.
Cryopen mole removal offers several key benefits, including:
1. Fast and easy procedure – Cryopen mole removal is a relatively quick and painless process. It typically takes only a few minutes to complete the treatment, so it can be performed as an outpatient procedure in most cases.
2. Minimal downtime – After undergoing cryopen mole removal, there is little to no downtime required for recovery. The treated area may be slightly red or irritated afterwards, but this will usually resolve within a few hours.
3. Low risk of side effects – Since cryopen mole removal does not involve any incisions or cutting of skin, the risk of infection and other complications is greatly reduced. Additionally, there is no need for stitches or sutures afterwards, which eliminates potential scarring due to the procedure.
Cryopen mole removal is safe when performed by an experienced and qualified healthcare professional. Cryopen uses a high-precision instrument to target and vaporize the mole with extreme precision, reducing the risk of scarring or damage to surrounding tissues.
Cryopen is FDA approved as well.
A cryopen mole removal procedure typically begins with the doctor numbing the surrounding skin with a topical anesthetic or local anesthetic injection. Once the area is numb, the doctor will use a special cryopen machine to freeze the mole. This will take a few minutes, and you may feel pressure or some stinging during this process. Once the mole is frozen, it can be easily removed from your skin. Afterward, your doctor may apply an antibacterial cream and a bandage over the treatment area. Following the procedure, you should expect some mild side effects such as pain, swelling, redness, bruising, and bleeding at the site of treatment. However, these side effects usually subside within a few days after treatment.
A cryopen mole removal procedure typically takes about 3 to 5 minutes.
The recovery time for cryopen mole removal varies depending on the size and depth of the mole being removed. Generally, it takes about one week for a mole to heal completely after treatment. It is important to keep the area clean and dry during this time to speed up healing and reduce any potential risks of infection.
The risks and side effects of cryopen mole removal include: skin discoloration, scarring, and pain at the site of treatment. Additionally, there is a slim chance that the mole may not be completely removed, and re-growth may occur
The cost of cryopen mole removal will depend on the size and complexity of the mole, as well as your location.
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Very little preperation is needed, the area needs to be clear of any skin lotions and make up.
The results of cryopen mole removal can vary from patient to patient. Generally speaking, it may take several weeks for the area to heal and the full results to be seen. However, some patients may notice a difference in as little as a few days. Contact Lipo 360 to get your consultation booked in.