Removal of skin growths

The following skin formations can be removed in two ways – surgically or with the help of cryotherapy.


A contagious skin formation that most commonly appears on the soles of the feet, between the toes, on the palms, or between the fingers of the hand. Warts are caused by the human papillomavirus (HPV).


A benign skin growth that usually occurs in the armpits, neck, or other parts of the body.

Seborrheic verruca:

Pigmented epidermal acanthoma that most commonly appears on the trunk and head. It occurs in nearly everyone aged 30 and above.

Senile hemangioma:

A benign capillary hemangioma that manifests as multiple light to dark red papules.

Molluscum contagiosum:

A viral skin disease caused by a virus belonging to the poxvirus group. It presents as individual or multiple small red papules with a central white head and is transmitted from person to person, primarily affecting children. It is most commonly found on the extremities but can also occur on the trunk.

Condyloma acuminatum:

Wart-like manifestations caused by the human papillomavirus (HPV), most commonly found in the anogenital area. It is contagious from person to person.

Cryo Pen

Cryosurgical pen offers a modern technological solution for cryotherapy. We can precisely remove the lesion, regardless of its size or shape, painlessly and without damaging the surrounding tissue.

A micro-stream of cryogen (N2O) at a temperature of -89°C is directed precisely at the lesion you want to remove, whether for cosmetic or medical reasons, under high pressure. It penetrates the tissue at a rate of 1 mm in 5 seconds, allowing us to remove a 2 mm formation in just 10 seconds.

Thanks to the thin stream of cryogen, even very small formations can be removed without damaging the surrounding tissue and without the risk of scarring. The treatment does not require any special preparation.


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