Warts & verrucas

Get rid of unsightly warts and veruccas for good

Caused by a virus, warts and veruccas present as small lumps on the skin. They are symptoms of a common, unsightly skin infection, which is harmless, but very contagious. We offer a number of treatments to remove them, as well as advice to prevent them from returning.

Exposure to the sun can also cause facial moles, and the countless growth of seborrhoeic warts. Warts are not dangerous and can be removed with lasers, or minimal intervention.


  • Detailed history of your skin concern
  • Total skin examination
  • Holistic assessment of your health
  • Diagnosis
  • Discussion of treatment options
  • Personalised treatment plan
  • Treatment
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If you have a rough, unsightly patch of skin, it’s possible. Please book an examination to have that confirmed.

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Excellent and effective non-scarring treatments exist for all of these, even if there are hundreds of unwanted blemishes to be removed.

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Wart removal may be mildly uncomfortable, but the procedure is quick. It’s also very effective.

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It takes just a few minutes.

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The healing process is very simple and straightforward, aftercare usually involves no more than the application of cream.

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Warts are caused by the HPV virus. They are not dangerous.

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If you can avoid touching other people’s warts, and hands in general,  this will help you avoid the virus that them. Don’t share towels with others, and keep personal toiletry items such as nail clippers and razors for yourself.

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Veruccas are commonly spread at swimming pools. Wearing flip flops poolside, and reinforcing the notion of placing towels only on clean, dry surfaces may help prevent future veruccas.

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