Wart & Benign Skin Lesion Removal

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What are Warts?

Warts are growths on the skin caused by an infection with human papilloma virus, or HPV.  

Types of warts include: 

  • Common warts, which often appear on the fingers

  • Plantar warts, which show up on the soles of the feet

  • Genital warts, which are a sexually transmitted disease

  • Flat warts, which appear in places that are shaved frequently 

In children, warts often go away on their own. In adults, they tend to stay.  If they hurt or are bothersome, or if they multiply, they can be removed.  

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How are warts treated with Laser? 

The laser penetrates deep into the skin and induces the coagulation of the blood vessels that feed the wart with its essential nutrient; blood.  This eventually leads to the death of the wart from the inside to the surface of the skin.  Most warts are effectively treated in one session.  Large warts and those that have existed for some time may take more than one treatment. 

 

 
 
 

What are the advantages of Laser Wart Treatment?

  • No anaesthesia required
  • No special post-procedure skin care necessary
  • Antibacterial effects promote faster healing and reduce the possibility of recurrence
  • It is an extremely precise treatment only targeting the wart
  • No need for extra tissue removal
 
 

Treatments from $80

 
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What are corns and calluses?

Corns and calluses are thickenings of the skin in areas of repeated pressure such as the palms of the hands and soles of the feet.  These skin conditions can be quite annoying and sometimes uncomfortable or painful. 

 

How are corns and calluses treated with laser?

Laser is an effective way to reduce the appearance of corns and calluses.  This is achieved by gently removing layer by layer of the affected tissue while leaving the surrounding tissue untouched. 

 
 
 

What are the advantages of Laser Corn and Callus Treatment?

  • Suitable for all skin types
  • It is an extremely precise treatment, removing only the callus or corn while leaving the surrounding tissues untouched
  • No anaesthesia required
  • No post treatment pain
  • Fast healing without scarring
 

What are Seborrhoeic Keratoses?

Seborrhoeic keratoses  are benign ‘wart-like’ growths. They are usually raised above the surface of the skin and appear to be stuck on like ‘barnacles’. They can occur in varying shades of brown from light to very dark brown.  

The surface of seborrhoeic keratoses usually feels rough and warty. They can sometimes be dry and scaly and become itchy or irritated.  

Most people will have more than one seborrhoeic keratosis and some people may have hundreds scattered over the body. They can appear anywhere on the body including the scalp, face and genitals. 

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How is Seborrhoeic Keratoses treated with laser? 

Laser is an effective and precise way to remove Seborrhoeic Keratoses.  This is achieved by gently removing layer by layer of the affected tissue while leaving the surrounding tissue untouched. 

 

What are the advantages of laser Seborrhoeic Keratoses Treatment?

  • Suitable for all skin types
  • It is an extremely precise treatment, removing only the lesion while leaving the surrounding tissue untouched
  • No anaesthesia required
  • No post treatment pain
  • Fast healing without scarring

 

Clinical Studies & Research

CASE REPORT: Combination of Er:YAG and Nd:YAG Laser for Treatment of Warts - Ana Maletic, Ines Maletic, Dusko Maletic Maletic Aesthetic Surgery, Daruvar, Croatia - Journal of the Laser and Health Academy Vol. 2015, No.1 VIEW PDF