Wart Removal

Wart Removal Eastwood Nottingham Aesthetics Clinic

Wart Removal At The Eastwood Retreat Skin Clinic Near Nottingham

Warts are a very common skin concern, but they can be frustratingly difficult and time consuming to remove using over-the-counter medicines and messy "freezing" treatments.  At our skin clinic near Nottingham we take an alternative approach and use Advanced Cosmetic Procedures (ACP) to rid you of these unsightly skin blemishes.

Also known as Advanced Electrolysis, ACP is a specialist treatment which uses a tiny electrical current to to cauterise the blood vessels around skin blemishes, causing them to dry up and disappear.  It's a safe and relatively painless treatment which leaves no scarring.

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Which Types Of Warts Do You Treat?

We can treat various types of warts, including

  • Common (raised) warts
  • Flat (plane) warts
  • Seborrhoeic warts or Secorrhoeic Keratosis
  • Dermatosis Papulosa Nigra
  • Plantar warts (on the bottom of the feet)
  • Verrucas (on the feet).

Warts are benign (non cancerous) but many are contagious, being caused by the human papilloma virus.  All types can be treated successfully with ACP.  

Seborrhoeic Keratosis is classified as a type of wart, but it is not contagious.  It is found commonly on the faces of people as they get older, and usually appears as a brown blemish caused by melanin.  This means they can often be mistaken for moles.  They can be easily removed advanced electrolysis.

Dermatosis Papulosa Nigra is a common disorder on dark skin where wart-like growths occur, often starting in adolescence.  These are a very common disorder which can be very easily and successfully treated using advanced electrolysis techniques.

Skin Conditions Treated at The Eastwood Retreat

Book An Appointment At The Eastwood Retreat Skin Clinic

Book an appointment at our beauty salon and skin care clinic near Nottingham and we will assess your skin and develop a treatment plan.  Call us on 01773 609249 to find out more and book.

Please Note : Remember to allow time for a patch test before your treatment.  This will be carried out at your consultation.