Warts


What Are Warts?

Warts are very common and are caused byinfection of the skin by the human papilloma virus (HPV). There are several different types of warts caused by numerous different strains of HPV. Warts most commonly appear on the skin of your hands, feet, genitalia, face, and legs but can appear on any part of the body. Warts can also multiply and spread from person to person.

There are no specific medications that directly kill HPV. Also, the normal appearing tissue surrounding the wart is usually infected with the virus. The treatments available for warts are aimed at both destroying the infected wart tissue and stimulating an immune response to help your body fight off the virus. Multiple treatments are available and every patient with warts is different. Selecting the appropriate treatment for each individual helps to get you feeling better faster.


Wart Treatment Options (not limited to):

+Cryotherapy
+Salicylic Acid
+Electrosurgical Destruction
+Squaric Acid Immunotherapy
+Laser Surgery
+Bleomycin
+Trichloroacetic Acid

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