WART REMOVAL Stoke Bishop
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WART REMOVAL Stoke Bishop
Wart Removal Stoke Bishop Clinic offers a number of skin services, one of them being Wart Removals.
In addition to our wart removal, we deal with patients who have verrucas, or need skin tag removal. Our facilities mean we can help with all forms of warts and verrucas.
We cover the whole of Stoke Bishop, and being based right in the centre of town we are based in an ideal location.
- Wart Removal
- Skin Tag Removal
- Verruca Treatment
Our Medically trained nurses are always on hand to answer any questions or queries you may have.
All of our Stoke Bishop Wart removal treatments are nurse led, leaving you in complete care of a professional nurse. Our team of nurses have over 75 years experience leaving you in safe hands.
Please feel free to call our Stoke Bishop Wart Removal Team, text, or email us to arrange an appointment today to see how we can help you.
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SAFE, CLINICAL SKIN TAG REMOVAL
Skin tag removal is a safe and simple procedure that is undertaken here, at our Stoke Bishop Skin Tag Removal Clinic, by our nurse-led team of clinicians.
Some people are more prone to skin tags than others, however it is not clear why this might be the case. You may opt to have more than one skin tag removed at a time. Skin tags may sometimes look like warts; however, they are neither contagious and they will not grow back once removed.
Our preferred option – and the most convenient for our clients – is to have skin tags removed via freezing. This process is known as cryotherapy. Skin tags can also be removed by cutting them off or burning them off, however at our Stoke Bishop skin Tag removal clinic, we prefer to use cryotherapy, or laser.
HOW WART REMOVAL CLINIC CAN HELP
Every skin tag client at Stoke Bishop Wart Removal Clinic will have their tag or tags clinically assessed by one of our nursing team. Most tags are suitable for removal. Once assessed, the nurse will apply nitrous oxide to the area, using a precision tool that resembles a pen. Nitrous oxide, also known as N20, is very cold and will be used to freeze the stalk of the skin tag, stopping blood flow to the skin tag and effectively killing it.
The pen will not penetrate the skin, although the device will be applied to the skin with the sensation similar to that of the nib of a ballpoint pen touching the skin. When applying the nitrous oxide, the nurse may need to apply the device more than once in the same treatment. This is dependent on the size of the skin tag. Most tags can effectively be dealt with in one treatment, however unusually large skin tags might require a further treatment during a second session.
Following the procedure, the client may feel a slight tingling sensation in the area. The treatment is not painful, although you may experience a very mild stinging during the rest of the day.
After the cryotherapy treatment, the skin tag will change colour, becoming darker in the days following the session. The skin tag may feel as if it is drying out and feel crusty. This is a good sign that the skin tag is dying. Within a few days, the tag will simply fall off altogether. There may be a small mark where the skin tag has come away from, but this will disappear in time. When the area has healed, you can return to your normal skin care routine.
Should you wish to talk about any issues or questions you have please feel free to contact our Stoke Bishop Skin Tag removal Clinic where our nurses are happy to help.
Skin tag removal is a safe and simple procedure that is undertaken here, at our Clinic, by our nurse-led team of clinicians.
Our preferred option – and the most convenient for our clients – is to have skin tags removed via freezing. This process is known as cryotherapy. Skin tags can also be removed by cutting them off or burning them off, however at our clinic, we prefer to use cryotherapy.
WART / VERRUCA REMOVAL
FAVOURED AREAS TREATED WITH Stoke Bishop WART REMOVAL ARE:
We also offer Wart removal – Skin Tag Removal – in Stoke Bishop and surrounding areas.
Please call our medical team today to see how we can help you. Our nurses are happy to help.