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Cryopen is considered a great alternative to other removal methods because it has several advantages, including:
1. What is molluscum contagiosum?
Molluscum contagiosum is a viral skin infection that causes raised, skin-colored bumps on the skin.
2. How is molluscum contagiosum transmitted?
The molluscum contagiosum virus spreads through direct skin-to-skin contact, sharing personal items, or touching contaminated objects.
3. What are the symptoms of molluscum contagiosum?
The primary symptom is the presence of small, raised bumps on the skin that are usually painless but can become itchy or sore.
4. How is molluscum contagiosum treated?
While the condition often resolves on its own, treatments such as imiquimod cream and topical chemical treatments can be used in some cases.
5. Can molluscum contagiosum be prevented?
Yes, by avoiding direct skin contact with an infected person, not sharing personal items, and keeping the bumps covered to prevent spreading the virus.
6. Is Cryopen treatment safe?
Yes, Cryopen treatment is a proven safe and effective method for removing benign skin lesions.
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 molluscum contagiosum?
Lipo 360 offers expert Cryopen treatment for molluscum contagiosum. Contact us today to schedule a consultation.