All Care

Our skin is constantly protecting us, it acts as a layer that keeps our body free from infection and keeps you from getting sick. Taking care of your skin helps your skin in doing the job right and helps in preventing future problems, like wrinkles and even skin cancer. Good skincare also has tremendous social and mental benefits. It makes a good first impression when you meet someone while also making yourself feel good about yourself. Nothing gives you more self-confidence and an extra bounce in your step more than knowing you look good. The proper skincare, being that skin is the most noticeable part of a person’s body is the #1 way to get that feeling.

The various Skin Procedure include:

Cryo Treatment:

Cryotherapy is a procedure that uses extreme cold (liquid nitrogen) to destroy tissue. It’s often used to treat skin lesions, which are skin growths or patches that don’t look like the skin around them. The lesions can be:

  • Benign (not cancerous)
  • Actinic keratosis. These are precancerous skin cancers that look like scaly patches on your skin, and they can turn into cancer in the future. Superficial skin cancer (skin cancer that’s on the surface of your skin).

Cryotherapy also helps save the area around the lesions and to reduce the scarring as much as possible.

You don’t have to do anything to get ready for cryotherapy, but you may need to remove makeup, lotion, or powder before your procedure.

Your doctor will then spray liquid nitrogen on the area being treated to freeze it.

Biopsy:

A skin biopsy helps in removing the cells or skin samples from the surface of your body. The sample taken from a skin biopsy is examined to provide information about your medical condition. A doctor uses a skin biopsy to diagnose or rule out certain skin conditions and diseases.

Why It is Done?

A skin biopsy is used to diagnose or rule out skin conditions and diseases. It may also be used to remove skin lesions.

A skin biopsy may be necessary to diagnose or to help treat skin conditions and diseases, including:

  • Actinic keratosis
  • Bullous pemphigoid and other blistering skin disorders
  • Dermatitis, psoriasis and other inflammatory skin conditions
  • Skin cancers, including basal cell carcinoma, squamous cell carcinoma and melanoma
  • Skin infection
  • Skin tags
  • Suspicious moles or other growths
  • Warts
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