Wart Treatment

Warts are a common skin condition caused by the human papillomavirus (HPV). They may cause discomfort or embarrassment and can appear anywhere on the body. We provide a variety of wart treatments at our office to assist you in effectively and safely getting rid of warts.

Depending on your specific requirements, our wart treatment may include use of topical medicines, cryotherapy, or electrosurgery. Our board-certified dermatologists will assess your issue during your initial consultation and suggest the most appropriate course of action for you. You can Contact us to schedule a consultation and learn more about our Wart Treatment options.

Wart Treatment

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    Wart Treatment – Frequently Asked Questions

    Warts are caused by the human papillomavirus (HPV) and are highly contagious. They can be spread through direct contact with an infected person or by touching an object that has been in contact with an infected person.

    Warts can be treated with a variety of methods, including cryotherapy (freezing the wart with liquid nitrogen), topical medications, laser therapy, or surgical removal.

    If you have a wart that is painful, spreading, or does not respond to over-the-counter treatments, it is recommended to see a dermatologist for professional treatment. Dermatologists can evaluate the type of wart and recommend the most appropriate treatment.

    The length of time it takes to treat a wart depends on the type of treatment used and the size and location of the wart. Some treatments may require several sessions over a period of weeks or months.

    Warts can come back after treatment, especially if the underlying HPV infection is not fully eliminated. To reduce the risk of recurrence, it is important to follow proper hygiene practices and avoid sharing personal items with others.

    Some wart treatments may cause temporary side effects, such as redness, blistering, or scarring. In rare cases, more serious complications may occur. It is important to discuss the risks and potential side effects with a dermatologist before undergoing wart treatment.

    Warts can be prevented by avoiding contact with infected individuals and practicing good hygiene, such as washing your hands regularly and avoiding sharing personal items like towels or razors. HPV vaccines are also available to help prevent certain types of warts.



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