Cryotherapy for Vein Issues

Conveniently located to service Portland, Westbrook, Scarborough, Lewiston and the neighboring communities in Maine.

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Cryotherapy In Portland, ME

Treat your skin lesions with cutting-edge cryotherapy treatments available in Portland. The expert team at the Advanced Vein Center is dedicated to helping men and women address skin lesions with leading, professional care and the most effective treatments available. We are proud to offer cryotherapy services to patients in Greater Portland, Lewiston, Central, and Southern Maine.

What is Cryotherapy?

Cryotherapy is a highly effective treatment for a broad range of skin lesions and conditions. Cryotherapy treatments involve spraying the affected area of the skin with liquid nitrogen to precisely target and destroy unwanted tissue. In the weeks following your appointment, the treated area will form a scab. That scab will naturally peel off, leaving your skin free of the unwanted lesion—and the scarring generally associated with lesion removal. Cryotherapy is a powerful, non-invasive, non-surgical treatment to address actinic keratosis, seborrheic keratosis, viral warts, and skin tags.

How Much Does Cryotherapy Cost?

The cost of cryotherapy treatment will vary depending on your health insurance plan and the extent of treatment needed to achieve your desired results. For a more accurate cost estimate of your cryotherapy treatment, we encourage you to come into our office for a private consultation to discuss and evaluate your specific questions and needs.

What Are The Benefits Of Cryotherapy?

There are many benefits to cryotherapy treatment, including:

  • Effective, long-lasting removal of unwanted lesions, including skin tags
  • Non-invasive
  • Non-surgical, no cutting
  • No scarring
  • No anesthesia
  • Minimal recovery period
  • May treat actinic keratosis, seborrheic keratosis, viral warts, skin tags, and more

What Can I Expect During My Cryotherapy Treatment?

Your cryotherapy treatment will be performed by a highly skilled medical provider in our comfortable, state-of-the-art facility. Your treatment will begin with an assessment of your skin lesions. Following the assessment, your provider will then apply liquid nitrogen to the target area until a small, icy layer has formed over the skin. Once treated, the area will begin to scab as the healing process begins. It may take up to four cryotherapy treatments to achieve your desired results.

Is Cryotherapy Right For Me?

If you’re looking for a long-lasting, non-invasive, non-surgical treatment to get rid of skin lesions, cryotherapy at the Advanced Vein Center may be right for you. To determine if you are a candidate for cryotherapy, contact us to schedule a consultation today. Our expert team will sit down with you, assess your condition, listen to your concerns, and develop a fully personalized treatment plan to help you achieve your goals.

    Contact Us Today

    The expert team at the Advanced Vein Center is proud to offer advanced treatments for your skin lesions and vein disorders. Conveniently located on Congress Street in Portland, we offer leading cryotherapy services to men and women in Westbrook, Scarborough, Lewiston and the neighboring communities in Maine. Contact us to schedule your consultation today.

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