Seborrheic wart removal treatment
WHAT TO EXPECT ON YOUR SEBORRHEIC WART REMOVAL TREATMENT
Before Seborrheic wart removal treatment
Your doctor will assess all your areas of concern of a skin tag and advise whether further investigation (histology) is necessary. If so, the arrangements can be made by us and occasionally patients are referred in order to confirm that there are no contraindications. Prior to booking an appointment, we would also advise patients to consult their GPs for advice prior to booking a consultation.
During Seborrheic wart removal treatment
To begin, your doctor will mark the lesion(s) to be removed and local anaesthesia will be given at each site around the wart. Then our laser will be used to cauterise each marked lesion. The whole procedure will be quick and comfortable.
After Seborrheic wart removal treatment
As there is no downtime, you may leave the clinic as soon as you are ready. The treated area will look ‘scabby’ and be much darker than the surrounding skin. This first scab will fall off within the initial 5-7 days, after which a second scab will form and fall off within the next 14 days. After the initial healing period, the appearance of any treated area will improve and a very light mark, if any, may be left behind.
For seborrheic wart removal treatment, there will be no stitches and the chance of any scarring is negligible. While most of our patients don’t require stitches for mole removal, this can only be determined once you have had your consultation.