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There are various types of warts including plane, common, seborrhoeic. Warts can develop individually or in clusters and all can be easily and successfully treated using Short Wave Diathermy. Seborrhoeic Keratosis are benign skin lesions which develop as a result of UV damage and skin ageing and can grow up to two inches in diameter. Please see our video for more information about this procedure.

Plane Warts are small flesh coloured or pigmented blemishes, very slightly raised, often dry or crusty, flat topped lesions, which most commonly appear on the decolletage.  Electrolysis (ACP) is a safe, effective, quick and affordable method of treatment.  Plane warts are viral and contagious and may occur anywhere including on the hands, limbs and face.
Common Warts are firm, raised growths often with a rough, dry crusty surface which resembles a very small cauliflower or a solid blister.  Rough to the touch, common warts may feature a pattern of tiny black dots, sometimes called seeds, which are small, clotted blood vessels.  Electrolysis (ACP) is a safe, effective, quick and affordable method of treatment.
Seborrhoeic Keratosis or senile warts, have a rough, dry crusty surface and range in colour from light brown to mid brown to almost black. They are most often found on the trunk of the body but they are also common on the head and neck and can be individual or numerous. Electrolysis (ACP) is a safe, effective, quick and affordable method of treatment.

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Energy from a small probe is released by tapping over the affected area and a stinging sensation will be experienced. The probe is then inserted a number of times and again a stinging sensation will be experienced. Treatment is uncomfortable but highly effective. We do not treat anyone under the age of 18 years old.

The cost of the treatment will depend on the size and amount of warts to be treated. A free consultation will be carried out prior to treatment as more than one appointment may be necessary.

These are viral and highly contagious. They are not easy to clear and may need a few treatments but if they are small, will usually go with just one treatment