Empowering Parents Molluscum Contagiosum Treatment

A Modern Approach to Molluscum Contagiosum Treatment for Your Child

Hello Parents! We understand that dealing with Molluscum Contagiosum (MC) in your child can be concerning. At the Australian Wart Clinic, we’re here to offer you a modern and effective solution to address this skin condition in a way that prioritises your child’s well-being.

Understanding Molluscum Contagiosum

MC, those small bumps that can appear on your child’s skin, might be a source of worry. We recognize the challenges it presents and the impact it can have on your child’s comfort and confidence. Rest assured, we utilise an advanced solution to help your child achieve clear and healthy skin.

Transmission and Prevalence

MC can spread through various means, including skin contact. It’s more prevalent in certain age groups, particularly in children. Our approach considers the unique challenges faced by parents in managing MC in their little ones.

Our Non-Invasive Solution

Experience an effective solution with Australian Wart Clinic’s non-invasive, surface-based microwave device. Our innovative approach has shown promising results in effectively treating MC lesions, all while prioritising the comfort and well-being of your child. The success rate is 100% in an average of 2 visits.

Benefits of Our Microwave Treatment

– Non-invasive and surface-based, ensuring minimal discomfort for your child
– Proven effectiveness in children (100%)
– Potentially shorter resolution time compared to conventional methods (~2 months)
– No risk of side effects, such as scarring and pigmentation changes

Why Choose the Australian Wart Clinic?

At the Australian Wart Clinic, we understand the unique concerns parents face when dealing with their child’s skin conditions. Our commitment to innovation and patient satisfaction drives us to provide effective solutions tailored to your child’s specific needs.

What to expect


During your first treatment, the clinician may lightly smooth any overlying callus from your wart before applying 3-5 two second treatments.


Your second treatment will usually occur 4 weeks later. We will provide advice on what to expect, but clients report a similar sensation to their 1st treatment.


Your third appointment will usually be your last treatment appointment, although your clinician will provide specific advice based on your individual condition.