When you have warts, will you go to just any clinic? You would want a clinic with a licensed dermatologist and registered nurses to handle your skin and health care needs. We have state of the art facility to handle all your skincare needs.
Electrocautery is a common treatment used in dermatology.This routine procedure removes unwanted tissue or warts on the face and body by using a small probe with an electric current to burn away unwanted warts with very minimal scabs, compared to lowered end machines. Electrocautery reduces the risk of bleeding during wart removal. Topical anaesthesia will be applied to the procedure which takes about 40 minutes to anaesthetize the skin. After which, a tool with a thin, needle-like, hot tip will come in contact with the wart. The actual electrocautery procedure will take 15 to 60 minutes depending on the number of areas to be treated.
Small scabs will form over the wart treated, so you can put makeup after 24 hours with little downtime. It will drop off by itself in 5 to 7 days and will leave a small reddish mark. Complete healing may take 1 to 2 weeks. Follow the post-electrocautery instruction to prevent infection or scarring.
Using this machine, high-end hospitals or clinics would normally charge P3,000 per area. You can get it now at P850 for 20 flat warts. Please inform our nurses if you have bigger warts, filiform or vulgaris and come in for a consultation with our dermatologist.