Wart Removal

Warts on the body can affect confidence in a very big way. No matter what location you have a wart on, we’re able to treat any wart removal efficiently here at the clinic. Our experts are able to easily assess what the best course of action needed for removal is and can remove them using a number of methods.

There are two methods for removing warts at the clinic: radio surgery and cyro pen.

Wart pre-radiotherapy treatment

Wart pre-radiotherapy treatment

Radio surgery is a revolutionary treatment that uses radio energy to penetrate the area of a wart and remove it. Instead of the blade of a scalpel cutting through the skin, the electrode of a radio wand glides over the wart and heats the area to remove it without having to cut the skin.The beauty of such a technique is that it doesn’t require stitches, with any sign of the wart now completely removed. All you’ll be left with after is the slightest level of discomfort in the area where the wart once was, but this will quickly die down.

Wart post-radiotherapy treatment

Wart post-radiotherapy treatment

Using a Cyro Pen is a much safer method than more traditional types of cyrotherapy. If you’re unsure what cyrotherapy is, it’s when liquids or gases (things like liquid nitrogen) that are a very low temperature are placed on to warts and moles to freeze them. When they become stiff, they’re cut off. In the past it was quite an expensive procedure, but the Cyro Pen has changed this. It’s incredibly quick and doesn’t cause any mess at all and saves on waiting time for prep.

Downtime after wart removal treatment is almost non-existent. You’ll very quickly be able to get back to you regular day to day routine without feeling any lingering pains. And because we know that every single wart is different, we always provide a full consultation with every patient considering treatment. We make sure you know how the procedure is going to go and also provide post care if needed.

If you’re interested in finding out more about wart removal, visit the dedicated page here.

And you can also download a brochure about radio surgery here.