Verruca and Wart Treatment
Verrucas are warts that usually develop on the soles of the feet.
They are very common and are caused by an infection with the human papilloma virus (HPV).They can look unsightly and are sometimes painful. The virus causes an excessive amount of keratin, a hard protein, to develop which produces a rough, hard texture. Verrucas are very contagious and can be passed on by skin-to-skin contact or even indirectly, for example, at swimming pools.
There are a number of treatment options generally available including cryotherapy (freezing), surgery or the application of chemicals. At Beauchamp Foot Care we can discuss the various treatment options with you, however we are pleased to now offer Verrutop® a new type of treatment for warts and verrucas.
Verrutop is a topical solution for professional use providing painless treatment of difficult verrucas that is highly effective in just a few applications.
- The treatment kills the wart tissue by breaking down its protein structure, leaving intact skin underneath.
- No pain has been reported in clinical studies, either during application or afterwards.
- Verrutop is suitable for adults and children as young as 6 years
Warts and verrucas can sometimes be difficult to remove and success cannot be guaranteed. The problem may even return at a later date. However, the Verrutop manufacturer, Espère Healthcare, states that 80% of patients saw clearance within four applications.
For more information on treating warts and verrucas contact us on 020 7225 0794 or use the contact form on this page. You can also read more about verrucas on our blog.
Verruca treatment pricing
Initial consultation (required)
£90 including a standard chiropody treatment.
Please note that topical treatments like new Verrutop are only offered in conjunction with an initial chiropody treatment to enable us to properly assess the condition and provide correct treatment advice. Ongoing treatments costs will depend on how many sessions are required (average of three).
Cost per treatment - £70
A minimum of two treatments are required and, depending on the size and depth of the verruca, more sessions may be needed.
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