Wart & Verruca Removal

Prices from £95

Wart & Verruca Removal

Prices from £95

Wart & Verruca Removal

Explore the complexities of skin disorders and acquire thorough knowledge for efficient treatment.

Warts are benign skin growths caused by infection with the human papillomavirus (HPV). There are several types of warts, including common warts, which often appear on fingers and hands. Warts are typically rough, raised, and may have a cauliflower-like appearance. Though they are generally harmless, they can be bothersome or embarrassing. Some warts may disappear on their own, but various treatments, such as topical medications, cryotherapy, or plasma technology, can be applied for removal.

Verrucas, also known as plantar warts, specifically occur on the soles of the feet. Verrucas are caused by specific strains of HPV and often enter the skin through small cuts or breaks. Due to the pressure exerted while walking, verrucas can be more painful than warts in other locations. They are characterised by a rough surface and a central black dot, caused by bleeding from small blood vessels. Over-the-counter treatments like salicylic acid pads or professional interventions, including cryotherapy or plasma technology, can be used to eliminate warts and verrucas. It’s crucial to address verrucas promptly, as they can spread and become more challenging to treat over time.

It's crucial to note that self-treatment at home carries risks, and consulting with a healthcare professional is advised to ensure a safe and effective approach tailored to your specific situation

Warts and verrucas can affect people of all ages, but they are more common in children and teenagers. The risk increases with factors like weakened immune systems, skin cuts or abrasions, and close contact with individuals who have warts. Additionally, certain strains of HPV are more predisposed to causing warts, so susceptibility varies from person to person.

There are different types of warts and verruca’s, common warts, plantar warts, flat warts, filiform warts, genital warts. Our healthcare professionals will be able to diagnose what type you have based on its unique characteristics, including its appearance and location, as well as differential diagnosis from other dermatological conditions.

The preferred treatment is to have the wart or verruca removed, as they do tend to cause pain, itching or a tingling sensation. There is also emotional and social impact on daily life. Therefore, medical intervention is required to remove your wart or verrucas.

Seborrhoeic Keratoses
Seborrhoeic Keratoses are common, benign skin growths that typically are raised, wart- like lesions with a waxy or scaly surface. Seborrhoeic keratoses, also known as basal cell papillomas or seborrhoeic warts, are common growths on the skin that look like large moles. They are usually present on the head and neck. This growth often varies in color, usually appearing as dark brown. While they are generally harmless and rarely cause discomfort, individuals may seek medical attention due to concern about their appearance or change in size or color. Healthcare professional can diagnose them based on their characteristic and may opt for removal through various procedures such as cryotherapy, Plasma technology or excision.

Before & After
Client results after plasma technology wart treatment. Patient had 1 treatment session and result shown are 6 weeks after.



Before & After
Patient results after wart treatment with our GP at Doc Plus. Patient had one treatment session and this is the outcome on her 6 week follow up review appointment.


After (6 weeks)

Consultation: £95
Plasma technology: from £95 1st wart
Additional warts: from £85

If an individual has multiple warts, after clinical assessment, we will offer you either hourly price session or an affordable package.

The treatment process for warts and verruca’s can based on their types and the chosen Intervention.

Schedule an appointment with Doc Plus. Provide details about the wart or verruca, its location, and any previous treatments. Health care professional will examine the warts or verruca, determine its type, and assess your overall health.

Treatment Plan
Based on the clinical evaluation, a personalised treatment plan will be recommended. Options may include prescription medications, clinical procedures or a combination.

Clinical Procedures
Cryotherapy: Freezing the wart with liquid nitrogen.

Plasma Technology
This is a more advanced treatment using electrostatic energy to remove the wart. This is the most effective treatment.

Yes, certain types of warts, such as common warts and plantar warts, can spread to other parts of your body through scratching or direct contact. However, warts are not highly contagious to others, and the risk can be minimised with proper hygiene.

Topical remedies like salicylic acid-based products can be effective for common warts and some other types. However, it’s essential to choose the right product based on the type of wart. Our healthcare professional will access your wart or verruca and let you know if a topical treatment would be effective for you, if this is the case, we can provide you with a topical treatment to take home with you.

Recurrence can happen. If your wart returns after treatment, contact us and we can reassess the situation and recommend alternative treatments or additional measures to address the recurrence.

The timeline varies based on the treatment method and the type of wart. Some treatments may show results in a few weeks, while others may take longer. It’s important to follow the prescribed treatment plan and be patient.  Our healthcare professional will let you know the expectations for your treatment at your consultation.

Removing a wart at home carries risks of infection and scarring. It’s advisable to seek professional advice before attempting self-removal. We can provide safe and effective removal options based on the type and location of the wart.

No, genital warts are caused by different strains of the human papillomavirus (HPV) and are typically transmitted through sexual contact. They require specialized medical attention, and treatment, if you are concerned about genital warts you can book in for a private consultation with one of our doctors.

In some cases, persistent or recurring warts may indicate a weakened immune system. However, many people with healthy immune systems also experience warts. If concerned, you can book a consultation with one of our doctors to assess overall immune health.

Yes, children can develop warts. Treatment approaches may differ for children, our healthcare professionals will offer age-appropriate and safe treatment options.

Practicing good hand hygiene, avoiding direct skin-to-skin contact with warts, and wearing protective footwear in communal areas can help prevent the recurrence and spread.

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Our focus is on patient care and safety which is paramount. We have invested in a brand-new facility, state of the art equipment and in recruiting qualified and highly trained specialist staff.

We have extended consultation times which allows us to listen to our patients so we can understand what their concerns and circumstances are and offer the most effective and comprehensive treatment plan.

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We recognise that the delivery of health services needs to adapt to the ever-changing lifestyles and pressure we all face. In order to allow our patients to optimise their time we offer multiple access methods, be that the traditional face to face consultation, telemedicine, video consultations or home visits.


Like most other things in life, costs for healthcare seem to be continually increasing. In a time where accessing GP services is becoming ever more difficult many people are looking for cost effective private healthcare.

Our consultations start from £95 which we believe is both affordable and competitive.

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