Common Wart Removal
- Advance Electrolysis
- Minimal Downtime
- Qualified Staff Complete Treatments
Common warts are tiny, gritty skin growths that typically appear on your fingers or hands. Common warts are rough to the touch and usually have a network of tiny black dots, small clotted blood vessels.
The human papillomavirus (HPV) is the most common cause of warts. The virus has more than 150 types, but only a few of them lead to wartlike formations on your hands. The virus typically spreads via breaks in your skin, such as cuts and scrapes. Regularly biting your nails could also spread warts from one finger to another.
Common warts appear as small pink or flesh-coloured growths with an irregular shape with dark spots inside and can be rough to touch. Commonly seen on hands or fingers.
Please note all follow-up appointments & re-treatments on the same wart are included in the price, so you will not incur additional charges. The consultation fee is redeemable against treatment; otherwise, non-refundable.
The First Step is to have a consultation.
Your treatment is the second step.
The Final Step is
ONE OF OUR ADVISERS WILL CALL YOU BACK SHORTLY TO ARRANGE YOUR CONSULTATION.
If you're using an over-the-counter medicine, lotions, or any other therapy, you must stop using it two weeks before undergoing electrolysis.
No. Everything is included in the price, so you will not incur any extra cost
You will require one 15 minute treatment, and all follow-up treatments are included in the price if your common wart requires retreatment.
Usually, one treatment is required; however, if you need follow-up treatments after 4 weeks, then this will be provided free of charge on the same common wart
After treatment, the area will feel sore, and you may experience tingling in the area. Scabs and crust will form - you must allow these to slough naturally and not pick them as this will lead to scarring, hyper, or hypopigmentation.
You may feel a tingling sensation at the time of treatment, and there may be some discomfort, but it is very tolerable. Your clinician will continuously assess your comfort levels.