Keratosis removal – Liquid Nitrogen to remove Keratosis

Keratosis are often noticeable with the black, brown or pink spots which appear on the skin. Keratosis can be described as some rapid form of outgrowth on the skin which are characterized with some thick waxy substances which often becomes so thick. Keratosis often appear to grow in groups and they usually appear at the back of the neck, the back as well as the face. Keratosis often develop in adult life and at its onset, few of such outgrowths often appear, however as the individual ages, the outgrowths appear to multiply in number, however it is a very rare occurrence in children.

Keratosis is often hard to treat, and this is because it is hereditary and an individual who has some members of his or her family suffering from such infections will need to consult a doctor for possible diagnosis and treatment.

Liquid Nitrogen is perhaps one of the safest and the most efficient way to remove Keratosis from  your skin. Though you will experience some forms of pain when using freezing nitrogen to remove keratosis infections from your skin however such pain cannot be compared  with the joy of removing such a disfiguring outgrowth on your skin.  The use of Liquid Nitrogen involves the spraying of the extremely cold Nitrogen on the affected part of your skin . The temperature of the Liquid Nitrogen often gets as low as -320 degree fareihnheit and the liquid Nitrogen gas is not lethal to the skin, but capable of scraping off the keratosis infections.

After the affected skin region has been frozen , the area becomes scabbed and after more than two other applications, then the scab will fall off, leaving behind a white and smooth scar which often improve the appearance of the affected skin part.  The liquid Nitrogen works by freezing the cells and destroying them but leaving the connective tissues of the foundation of the skin very intact and alive. The frozen lesion inside the frozen Nitrogen will gradually form blisters especially as the water is being released from the dead cells . The affected skin region will begin to repair itself few days after the crust have fallen off, One of the likely side effects of this treatment is that the region treated will witness fewer production of cells though the skin will naturally repair itself. The scars often appear flat and fade with time.

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