DP Cryo
Dp Cryo

At last, Cryotherapy has come to the Cosmetic Industry!

  • Small, portable, pen-like device
  • Full control with on/off switch
  • 2 Applicator tipsfor different lesion sizes
  • Applicator tips with various flow rates
  • Inexpensive, disposable N20 cartridges
  • Ultra cold N20 (-89C)
  • High pressure delivery (725 psi)
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What is the Dp Cryo?

Another member of the Dp Derm Family is the Dp Cryo, which allows users to remove unsightly skin lesions in a matter of seconds. The device uses a very precise jet of highly compressed liquefied nitrous oxide (N2O) to destroy benign lesions, such as warts, skin tags, and age spots. The Cryo freezes the lesion’s inter-cellular fluid, forming ice crystals, which subsequently rupture the cell membrane, destroying the cell. In practice, the Cryo is able to penetrate up to 1 mm per 5 seconds of application, making it an extremely versatile machine, treating anything from extremely superficial sun spots, to lesions up to 5 mm in depth.

The high precision applicator tips allow for a very targeted treatment, ensuring that only the lesion is being treated, and not the healthy tissue around it. This helps to greatly reduce the risk of post-treatment hypo-pigmentation, and makes the Cryo safe for all areas of the face and body, even near the eyes.

Cryotherapy Device

The Dp Cryo kit includes two applicator tips — one for smaller and one for larger target sites (with treatable lesions varying from 1 mm to 10 mm in diameter). No matter the size of the lesion, the treatments are quick and effective, with patients rarely needing a repeat visit for a touch up.

The device features simple, one-button operation, and uses small N2O cartridges which are easily loaded into the device itself, making it light and portable.

The Dp Cryo does not rely on contact with the skin to be effective, meaning no messy buds, cones, or apertures. There is also no need for maintenance, no refilling canisters, and no preparation needed to use the device.

All in all, the Dp Cryo is convenient, safe, and effective, making it the the best-suited cryosurgery device for any aesthetically conscious clinic.

Before and After



Cherry Angioma - Before and After




Fibromas - Before and After




Mole - Before and After




Seborrheic Keratosis - Before and After




Skin Tag - Before and After




Wart - Before and After

Specs

Function:
Cryosurgery System for the removal of benign lesions
Input Power:
None, uses 8ml N2O canisters
Dimensions:
Hand-piece 20x20x140 (mm)
Weight:
Hand piece/90g, individual canisters/28g;
Treatable Lesion Depth Range:
From 0 to 6.0mm in depth
Treatable Lesion Size Range:
From 1 to 10mm in diameter

Practitioner FAQ’s

  • Are the canisters refillable?

    No, the canisters are single use, and should be properly disposed of after the gas supply has been exhausted. Additional canisters can be purchased from either the Dp Derm webshop, or by contacting our offices directly via phone or email.

  • What is the maximum lesion size that can be treated?

    The two applicator tips included in the kit are intended for small and larger lesions. Treatable lesions can vary in size between 1 mm and 10 mm in diameter, and from extremely superficial to 6 mm in depth. The treatment depth will depend on the combination of a particular applicator tip and user-controlled duration of gas release.

  • What is the difference between liquid nitrogen and nitrous oxide?

    Liquified nitrous oxide and liquid nitrogen are both cryogenic liquids, but they differ in their molecular composition, as well as other relevant factors. Most importantly, liquified nitrous oxide is not as cold as liquid nitrogen, and therefore presents a lesser risk of hypo-pigmentation.

  • How is it possible to avoid hypo-pigmented spot after treatment?

    Liquified nitrous oxide is not as cold as liquid nitrogen, so for one, the risk of destabilizing melanin in the skin due to over-freezing is lower. The applicator tips of the Dp Cryo are also much more precise than those of most liquid nitrogen gun, allowing the practitioner to treat just the lesion, and not the healthy tissue around it, once again contributing to the lowered risk of post-procedure hypo-pigmentation.

  • Can moles be treated?

    While moles can be treated, this should only be done after a proper examination by a qualified practitioners. What may appear as a mole, could potentially be a cancerous lesion which could be adversely affected by cryotherapy.

  • Will my patients need a follow up session?

    A follow up visit is recommended after 2 to 4 weeks to confirm that all pathological tissue has disappeared or if a follow up treatment is necessary.

  • What about my darker skin patients, is hypo-pigmentation risk higher?

    While the risk of hypo-pigmentation is always higher in darker skin, there are precautions that can be taken. Repeated short freezing cycles at two-week intervals are recommended for patients with a darker skin type.

  • How much is the Dp Cryo?

    Please contact us for a quote!

Patient FAQ’s

  • How safe is cryotherapy?

    Cryotherapy is a relatively low-risk procedure. The Dp Cryo delivers N2O directly to the lesion, and not the healthy surrounding tissue. The Dp Cryo is both CE and FDA registered.

  • How long are Dp Cryo treatments?

    The penetration rate of freezing with the Dp Cyro is approximately 1mm per 5 seconds, with a maximum freezing depth of 3 to 6 mm depending on the used applicator. The duration of the treatment time will depend on the surface area and the thickness of the tissue being treated. Upon the clinical evaluation of the thickness of the lesion, the operator will choose an application time from 1 to 30 seconds.

  • Is the treatment painful?

    There will be a pain sensation similar to a ballpoint pen being pushed onto the skin when the nitrous oxide reaches the bottom of the lesion. There might be a little residual stinging for a few minutes after treatment. Occasionally a blister might form and persist for a few hours.

  • Will there be a follow up session?

    A follow up visit is recommended after 2 to 4 weeks to confirm that all pathological tissue has disappeared or if a follow up treatment is necessary.

  • What if I have darker skin?

    Repeated short freezing cycles of 3 to 6 seconds at two-week intervals are recommended if you have a darker skin type.

  • Are there any side effects?

    Dp Cryo treatments are relatively low risk. There are a few side effects that may occur as a result of treatment, including:

    • Pigmentary changes (hypo-pigmentation and hyper-pigmentation)
    • Nerve damage (particularly in areas where nerves lie close to the surface of the skin, on fingers, wrist, area behind the ear)
    • Shards of frozen ice (minor shards of frozen ice may blow out, that will thaw on contact with healthy skin)
    • Hair follicle damage and permanent alopecia (especially when treating lesions on sites with coarse terminal hair) Any concerns should be discussed with your clinician
  • What about my darker skin patients, is hypo-pigmentation risk higher?

    While the risk of hypo-pigmentation is always higher in darker skin, there are precautions that can be taken. Repeated short freezing cycles at two-week intervals are recommended for patients with a darker skin type.

  • How much will the treatment cost?

    The cost of treatment will depend on the clinic and the size of the lesion. Make an appointment with your clinician to discuss costs and to assess your lesion.

  • What is the Dp Cryo?

    Another member of the Dp Derm Family is the Dp Cryo, which allows users to remove unsightly skin lesions in a matter of seconds. The device uses a very precise jet of highly compressed liquefied nitrous oxide (N2O) to destroy benign lesions, such as warts, skin tags, and age spots. The Cryo freezes the lesion’s inter-cellular fluid, forming ice crystals, which subsequently rupture the cell membrane, destroying the cell. In practice, the Dp Cryo is able to penetrate up to 1 mm per 5 seconds of application, making it an extremely versatile machine, treating anything from extremely superficial sun spots, to lesions up to 5 mm in depth.

    The high precision applicator tips allow for a very targeted treatment, ensuring that only the lesion is being treated, and not the healthy tissue around it. This helps to greatly reduce the risk of post-treatment hypo-pigmentation, and makes the Cryo safe for all areas of the face and body, even near the eyes.

    Cryotherapy Device

    The Dp Cryo kit includes two applicator tips — one for smaller and one for larger target sites (with treatable lesions varying from 1 mm to 10 mm in diameter). No matter the size of the lesion, the treatments are quick and effective, with patients rarely needing a repeat visit for a touch up.

    The device features simple, one-button operation, and uses small N2O cartridges which are easily loaded into the device itself, making it light and portable.

    The Dp Cryo does not rely on contact with the skin to be effective, meaning no messy buds, cones, or apertures. There is also no need for maintenance, no refilling canisters, and no preparation needed to use the device.

    All in all, the Dp Cryo is convenient, safe, and effective, making it the the best-suited cryosurgery device for any aesthetically conscious clinic.

  • Before and After



    Cherry Angioma - Before and After




    Fibromas - Before and After




    Mole - Before and After




    Seborrheic Keratosis - Before and After




    Skin Tag - Before and After




    Wart - Before and After

  • Specs
    Function:
    Cryosurgery System for the removal of benign lesions
    Input Power:
    None, uses 8ml N2O canisters
    Dimensions:
    Hand-piece 20x20x140 (mm)
    Weight:
    Hand piece/90g, individual canisters/28g;
    Treatable Lesion Depth Range:
    From 0 to 6.0mm in depth
    Treatable Lesion Size Range:
    From 1 to 10mm in diameter
  • Are the canisters refillable?

    No, the canisters are single use, and should be properly disposed of after the gas supply has been exhausted. Additional canisters can be purchased from either the Dp Derm webshop, or from the distributor in your country.

  • What is the maximum lesion size that can be treated?

    The two applicator tips included in the kit are intended for small and larger lesions. Treatable lesions can vary in size between 1 mm and 10 mm in diameter, and from extremely superficial to 6 mm in depth. The treatment depth will depend on the combination of a particular applicator tip and user-controlled duration of gas release.

  • Patient FAQ’s
    • How safe is cryotherapy?

      Cryotherapy is a relatively low-risk procedure. Dp Cryo delivers N2O directly to the lesion, and not the healthy surrounding tissue. The Dp Cryo is both CE and FDA registered.

    • How long are Dp Cryo treatments?

      The penetration rate of freezing with the Dp Cryo is approximately 1mm per 5 seconds, with a maximum freezing depth of 3 to 6 mm depending on the used applicator. The duration of the treatment time will depend on the surface area and the thickness of the tissue being treated. Upon the clinical evaluation of the thickness of the lesion, the operator will choose an application time from 1 to 30 seconds.

    • Is the treatment painful?

      There will be a pain sensation similar to a ballpoint pen being pushed onto the skin when the nitrous oxide reaches the bottom of the lesion. There might be a little residual stinging for a few minutes after treatment. Occasionally a blister might form and persist for a few hours.

    • Will there be a follow up session?

      A follow up visit is recommended after 2 to 4 weeks to confirm that all pathological tissue has disappeared or if a follow up treatment is necessary.

    • What if I have darker skin?

      Repeated short freezing cycles of 3 to 6 seconds at two-week intervals are recommended if you have a darker skin type.

    • Are there any side effects?

      Dp Cyro treatments are relatively low risk. There are a few side effects that may occur as a result of treatment, including:

      • Pigmentary changes (hypo-pigmentation and hyper-pigmentation)
      • Nerve damage (particularly in areas where nerves lie close to the surface of the skin, on fingers, wrist, area behind the ear)
      • Shards of frozen ice (minor shards of frozen ice may blow out, that will thaw on contact with healthy skin)
      • Hair follicle damage and permanent alopecia (especially when treating lesions on sites with coarse terminal hair) Any concerns should be discussed with your clinician
    • What about my darker skin patients, is hypo-pigmentation risk higher?

      While the risk of hypo-pigmentation is always higher in darker skin, there are precautions that can be taken. Repeated short freezing cycles at two-week intervals are recommended for patients with a darker skin type.

    • How much will the treatment cost?

      The cost of treatment will depend on the clinic and the size of the lesion. Make an appointment with your clinician to discuss costs and to assess your lesion.

 

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