WHAT IS CRYOPEN?

Dermaceutic Laboratoire is the partner of choice for over 30,000 aesthetic dermatology specialists throughout the world.

The efficacy of Dermaceutic’s cosmeceutical and peel treatment protocols is supported by extensive clinical trials, and the company’s collaboration with industry- leading practitioners from around the globe.

WHY CUSTOMERS RETURN TO CRYOPEN

We have just started using the CryoProbe over the last month. Had a really good result on the stalk of an ear tumour last month, has healed well without any regrowth. Main thing now is remembering that we have it..
Samantha Sanger, MRCVS Regent Court Veterinary Practice - UK
It works fine. We use it on little (sebaceous a.o.) cysts, small lesions, organ cysts, eyelid & spindle cell tumors, hemangioma, anal & sebaceous adenoma etc.
Dr. Karen Harris,Libertville, Illinois, USA
I’ve been impressed by the CryoPen. This unit is great for the treatment of children and adults. In my opinion, it is preferable to all of the other types of cryotherapy devices that I have used in the past.
G. (Doc) Dockery FACFAS,DPM Seattle, Washington USA
I am now working in my anti-aging unit in Bogotá and I am very happy with my new “toy” the CryoPen. My patients are really excited and this is very nice for my clinic.
Dr Andres Lucena,Bogotá, Colombia

HOW DOES IT WORK

CryoPen is a pen-like device that uses a powerful micro jet of cold gasto freeze skin tisue to-89°C. Your practitioner simple points the CryoPenat the lesion,preses a trig ger, and sprays cold gas for 2-45 seconds, depending on the Only the sprayed tisue will freeze. Surounding skin is unafected.Frozentisuewilform a scab that will fall of fand disappear in a couple of weeks.

What happens during a CryoPen treatment?

1. Diagnosis

Your treatment practitioner will examine the growth or lesion and decide if it’s safe to treat with cryosurgery. If there is any doubt, always consult a doctor.*

(*General Practitioner, Dermatologist, Podiatrist, Gynecologist, Urologist, Pediatrician, etc.)

CryoPen is a pen-like device that uses a powerful micro jet of cold gasto freeze skin tisue to-89°C. Your practitioner simple points the CryoPenat the lesion,preses a trig ger, and sprays cold gas for 2-45 seconds, depending on the Only the sprayed tisue will freeze. Surounding skin is unafected.Frozentisuewilform a scab that will fall of fand disappear in a couple of weeks.

What happens during a CryoPen treatment?

1. Diagnosis

Your treatment practitioner will examine the growth or lesion and decide if it’s safe to treat with cryosurgery. If there is any doubt, always consult a doctor.*

(*General Practitioner, Dermatologist, Podiatrist, Gynecologist, Urologist, Pediatrician, etc.)

2. Treatment

Treatment can be carried out by a medical professional or by an Esthetician, depending on the lesion. No anesthetic is needed. Your practitioner will:

  • Assess the size and depth of the lesion
  • Point the pen at the lesion
  • Press the trigger to release the gas, “painting” it over the skin for 5–30 seconds. You’ll see what looks like a white foam – it’s ice!
  • Stop, wipe, then “paint” the skin again.

In the following days, frozen tissue will crust over, forming a scab that will fall off in a week or two. No after-treatment is required. As with any scab, avoid further irritation and use sun screen until it has healed. Your practitioner will advise you. For larger or deeper lesions, you may want to plan a follow-up visit to check that it has healed well.

2. Treatment

Treatment can be carried out by a medical professional or by an Esthetician, depending on the lesion. No anesthetic is needed. Your practitioner will:

  • Assess the size and depth of the lesion
  • Point the pen at the lesion
  • Press the trigger to release the gas, “painting” it over
    the skin for 5–30 seconds. You’ll see what looks like
    a white foam – it’s ice!
  • Stop, wipe, then “paint” the skin again.

In the following days, frozen tissue will crust over, forming a scab that will fall off in a week or two. No after-treatment is required. As with any scab, avoid further irritation and use sun screen until it has healed. Your practitioner will advise you. For larger or deeper lesions, you may want to plan a follow-up visit to check that it has healed well.

EXTENSION OF SERVICE IN PEDIATRIC PRACTICE

The prevalence of viral warts is highest in children with rates of 12% in 4 to 6 year olds* and it is common to see infantile hemangioma and molluscum contagiosum in pediatric practice.

“Cryosurgery is the preferred method of removing these lesions in most patients.”**

With the CryoPen, much less intimidatingly for your younger patients.

*Williams HC, Pottier A, Strachan D. “The descriptive epidemiology of warts in schoolchildren. Br J Dermatology”; 128:504–511. ** Dr. G. (Doc) Dockery FACFAS DPM, Seattle, Washington, USA.

The prevalence of viral warts is highest in children with rates of 12% in 4 to 6 year olds* and it is common to see infantile hemangioma and molluscum contagiosum in pediatric practice.

“Cryosurgery is the preferred method of removing these lesions in most patients.”**

With the CryoPen, much less intimidatingly for your younger patients.

*Williams HC, Pottier A, Strachan D. “The descriptive epidemiology of warts in schoolchildren. Br J Dermatology”; 128:504–511. ** Dr. G. (Doc) Dockery FACFAS DPM, Seattle, Washington, USA.

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