Warts and Verruca

Warts and Verruca treated at Brighton and Hove

Fast laser treatment for Warts and Verruca’s

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Verruca is a type of wart that usually find at the bottom of the feet.

Warts are infectious (human papilloma) but not moles. Most people will have warts at some point and are small lumps that develop on the skin. They are normally harmless and usually go away on their own eventually, however, this can take many months or years.

We have a wealth of expertise in treating warts and verruca and approach each case with sensitivity and care. Using the latest laser technology, we effectively treat warts and verruca with amazing results.

Plane wart
Filiform wart
Plantar wart
Mosaic wart

Fast removal
No down-time
Very high success rate

  • Common warts– firm and raised with rough edges very much like a cauliflower
  • Plane warts– round, flat topped and yellow, commonly seen on the back of hands
  • Filiform warts– long, finger like warts commonly seen on the face and neck
  • Palmar and plantar warts– grow on palms (palmar) and soles of feet (plantar).
  • Periungual warts– round fingernails and toenails, commonly appear as thickened, cauliflower like skin;
  • Mosaic warts– multiple palmar or plantar warts that coalesce on hands or feet.
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Dual Yellow£300
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Simon G (Hove)
I first came to Shadi Danin a couple of years ago and had my hair removed from my back, after seven treatments it is gone, a year later I decided to have my chest and stomach done and I cannot believe the results, I use to look like a gorilla and now I have a lovely hairless body. Thanks you are the best x

The dual yellow laser treatment uses a copper halide tube technology, which provides the characteristic healing light. The dual yellow laser treatment differs from other laser treatments by producing two wavelengths of light rather than one – both green and yellow.

Each wavelength targets a different skin problem. The hemoglobin pigment in the red blood cells responds very well to the yellow wavelength of light. The pigment absorbs it much better than the melanin in the skin does, making the yellow wavelength excellent for treating blood vessels. The green wavelength used in the dual yellow laser treatment targets the melanin– the pigment which gives colour to the skin. This makes the green beam much more effective for treating pigmented legions. When combined, the two wavelengths create a powerful beam for ablating or vaporising lesions. The combination of the two wavelengths of light is also excellent for the treatment of acne.

During consultation our expert will discuss with you the best course of treatment(s).

For most Warts/Verruca’s, only one treatment is necessary.

Make sure the area is clean and avoid wearing any shoe or clothes that might still have infection.

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