What is a Wart treatment
Extreme cold (from liquid nitrogen) is applied to the warts.
What is involved in a Wart treatment
The Dermatologist uses a canister with very precise nozzles to spray the warts with liquid nitrogen. Procedures last from around 5 minutes to 30 minutes. For some warts it may be necessary to retreat the area.
What are the risks or potential side effects of a Wart treatment
The skin may form a blister, there may be discomfort for 1-2 days and it may take up to 2 weeks for redness and crusting to reduce. Treatment may leave a small scar.
What aftercare is required for a Wart treatment
The treated area can be washed with soap and water. The area should be protected from sun exposure.
What is the cost of a Wart treatment
The cost is based depending on the number of lesions to be treated. For new patients a consultation is required. You can find our fees here.