Wart Removal

Wart Removal in Birmingham

What is a wart?

A wart is a small lump on the skin that can feel firm and rough. They typically appear on palms, knuckles, fingers and knees and are usually skin coloured. Warts are not harmful but can sometimes cause irritation. If you have warts that keep coming back after over the counter treatments you might be considering removal.

Wart Removal



Can I get a wart removed?

We offer wart removal treatments here in our CQC registered clinic. If you have a wart on your body that you would like to have removed for whatever reason, we can help. The procedure is extremely quick and will be carried out by our Medical Director Dr George Filobbos who is an esteemed Consultant Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon. Here are some reasons as to why you might want to have warts removed:

Can I get a wart removed?

We offer wart removal treatments here in our CQC registered clinic. If you have a wart on your body that you would like to have removed for whatever reason, we can help. The procedure is extremely quick and will be carried out by our Medical Director Dr George Filobbos who is an esteemed Consultant Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon. Here are some reasons as to why you might want to have warts removed:

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Wart Removal Method



Excision Removal
The method we use for the removal of warts is surgical excision. This method is commonly used to remove warts from different areas of the body. Using a surgical scalpel the doctor will carefully cut out the wart removing it entirely from the skin. Local anaesthetic will be used to numb the area so the treatment is painless.

Is wart removal a safe procedure?
Yes, this procedure is extremely safe and will be carried out in our CQC registered clinic by a UK trained doctor. You will be supported at every stage of the process from consultation right up until after your treatment.

It is important to note that in some cases there might be increased pigmentation in the area, particularly in darker skin, where the wart has been removed. Typically, this is only temporary.


Wart Removal Method

Excision Removal
The method we use for the removal of warts is surgical excision. This method is commonly used to remove warts from different areas of the body. Using a surgical scalpel the doctor will carefully cut out the wart removing it entirely from the skin. Local anaesthetic will be used to numb the area so the treatment is painless.

Is wart removal a safe procedure?
Yes, this procedure is extremely safe and will be carried out in our CQC registered clinic by a UK trained doctor. You will be supported at every stage of the process from consultation right up until after your treatment.

It is important to note that in some cases there might be increased pigmentation in the area, particularly in darker skin, where the wart has been removed. Typically, this is only temporary.

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What is the aftercare process like for this treatment?

The aftercare process will depend on the size of the wart that is removed. Typically, however you should keep the area clean and dry and well protected. It’s likely that a small scab will appear in the treated area which should heal within a week. Try not to add pressure to the area especially if the wart has been removed from your hand. 


Why book your wart removal treatment with us?


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Wart Removal FAQ

The area will be numbed with local anaesthetic for the removal process so you won’t feel any pain.

Yes, they are extremely contagious and are spread through contact. It can also often takes weeks, sometimes months for a wart to appear after you have been infected. 

There are many over the counter treatments that are designed to tackle warts. However, in many cases these are ineffective and only offer temporary solutions. To avoid the wart growing back we recommend professional removal.

No, it will not. However  the virus may still be active and you might grow warts elsewhere on the body.