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Warts are rough growths. Some are caused by HPV, of which there are over 100 types and any area of the skin can be affected. Common warts or Plantar warts, are most commonly found on the hands, especially the fingers, hands, knees, scalp and the face. They are most commonly found in children from a very young age through to teenagers. One in ten people will have a wart at some stage.
 The way warts are treated at Skin Revision is with the use of our medical-grade CryoPen Cryotherapy. The extreme freeze at minus 89 degrees and targeted nitrous oxide, freezes the warts causing the supply of blood to the wart, to stop. The wart will eventually fall off over the coming weeks.

Treatment of Warts in Beaconsfield, Bucks

The common wart generally shows up on areas like the knees, fingers, scalp or toes. The plantar wart actually grows inwards on the soles of the feet, which can be very painful. Wart removal is performed with medical-grade, CryoPen Cryotherapy. The CryoPen emits a fine jet of nitrous oxide under high pressure which destroys the wart’s tissue by freezing the membrane at extremely low temperatures. This membrane then ruptures, and the wart cell is destroyed. There is no damage outside the treated area. With the correct homecare, the wart will disappear within just a few weeks. A further cheaper treatment may be necessary for older and larger warts.

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Warts on scalp
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Procedure Time

Up to 30 minutes

Back on Your Feet




Sensitivity Time

Minimal – up to 5 days normally


Generally very good

Results Duration

Warts can return, even to the same area

Number of Treatments


Full Recovery


Potential Risks

Some r

Can children have treatment for their Warts?

Providing there is a parent or guardian present, then Jacqui is happy to treat children from ages 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 years – 17 years of age.

The procedure is very safe and has minimal discomfort during or after treatment.  It is important to add, that all warts are different and may require a number of treatments to remove. However, you will be given realistic expectations and costs during your free wart assessment over the phone and in-person. You can then decide if you would like to proceed or not.

How do Warts spread?

Warts usually spread from direct skin contact or in damp places. Prime examples are swimming pools and communal showers. If you scratch your wart, the viral particles may spread to other areas of your skin. They can develop individually or in clusters.

Where can I get treatment for Warts?

Whatever the size or how many, we can treat you at one of the Clinics in Maidenhead or Beaconsfield.

How are Warts removed?

They are treated and removed using advanced medical-grade Cryopen Cryotherapy.

When will the Wart stop being visible?

It may take multiple treatments for the wart to fall off and disappear eventually. On average it is usually between 1 – 2 months

What is a Wart?

A Wart is HPV (human papillomavirus).

Does the treatment hurt?

There is minimal discomfort but there will be extreme cold for a few seconds in the treated area.

How does a Wart form?

Warts are caused by infection with HPV (human papillomavirus). There are around 100 types of HPV that an individual can contract. HPV infects the skin through small cuts or weak spots on the body and may appear up to 6 months later. The virus causes keratin (protein) to develop in excess on the surface area of the skin, causing the appearance of the wart.

How are Warts treated?

It is possible to buy over-the-counter products to help treat warts. However, for the best and most reliable results it is better to see a specialist within a private clinic such as Skin Revision in Buckinghamshire. They will use a medical-grade CryoPen gun to freeze the wart at around -89 degrees. The process causes the blood flow to the wart to stop and the wart will gradually die-off. Two or more treatments may be necessary and absolute final results may not be complete for many weeks.