Let us help with removal of Wart and Verrucae Treatments contact us today!
Wart and Verrucae Treatments
Get the Best Wart and Verrucae Treatment with Spire
Warts and verrucas are small non-cancerous rough tumours that mostly appear on the hands and feet. They can also emerge in other parts of the body. Warts are commonly caused by a virus infection specifically the HPV (Human Papilloma Virus) and can be contagious when in contact with the skin of an infected person. Warts are verrucae are some of the most common skin conditions treated at the Spire Healthcare.
Medical Wart & Verrucae Removal
Spire offers a range of safe and effective treatments that will remove the offending wart or verrucas and restore your flawless skin. A medical specialist will perform a comprehensive assessment during your consultation and help you determine the best treatment. Listed are some of the options in the range of services for wart and verrucae removal
There are many different creams, medicated plasters, and gels available on the market for treating verrucas and warts.
Spire laser verruca and wart treatment involve the use of an intense beam of laser light to remove the wart and the blood vessels that supply it. The procedure is done under local anaesthesia.
In this treatment method, the doctor will use Liquid Nitrogen to freeze off the verrucae or wart. The medical specialist will either use a cotton bud or spray to apply the liquid Nitrogen. Apart from killing the cells within the wart or verrucae, cold temperatures also constrict the blood supply, causing the cells die and fall off naturally.
In some cases, the verruca or wart comes back after surgical removal. Your doctor might suggest a combination of surgery and medication to prevent such cases.
All the surgeries at Spire Healthcare are performed by experienced surgeons.
Why Choose Us?
- Same Day Wart & Verrucae Removal
- Our rates are affordable
- Friendly and professional staff
- We use excellent-quality and certified products and equipment for treatment
- Our treatments are undertaken in highly clinical environments