Wart Removal Treatment
A Wart is a small, rough growth resembling a cauliflower or a solid blister. It typically occurs on hands and feet, but often in other locations. Warts are caused by a viral infection, specifically by one of the many types of human papillomavirus ( HPV). There are many as 10 varieties of warts, the most common one is the most harmless. It is possible to get warts from others; they are contagious and usually enter the body in an area of broken skin. They disappear after a few months but can last for years and can reoccur if not effectively treated. A range and types of wart can be identified, varying in shape and site affected, and well as the type of papillomavirus involved.
These small, noncancerous growths appear when your skin is infected with one of the many viruses of the human papillomavirus (HPV) family. The virus triggers extra cell growth, which makes the outer layer of skin thick and hard in that spot. While they can grow anywhere you have skin, you’re more likely to get one on your hands or feet. The type of wart depends on where it is and what it looks like.
Warts are highly contagious and are mainly passed by direct skin contact, such as when you pick at your warts and then touch another area of your body. You can also spread them with things like towels or razors that have touched a wart on your body or on someone else’s. Warts like moist and soft or injured skin.
Ugly and annoying, warts never seem to go away fast enough. Treating them may help speed their departure.
These warts are flat or slightly raised; smooth and pink. Smaller than other warts.
Found mostly on the face, hands, and shins. They’re less common than other warts, but when they do appear, it’s often in large numbers.
These warts are also called digitate or facial warts. They are harmless and usually disappear without treatment. However, many people prefer to remove them.
Home removal may cause complications, so it is always best to have a wart removed by a doctor.
Periungual warts are a type of wart that normally develops around finger and toenails, sometimes even growing under the nail itself and causing disfigurement.
Here, at our Wart removal clinic Dr. Dar examines the causes and symptoms of periungual warts and recommends a range of home and herbal solutions to ease your discomfort.
If you notice any warts appearing near this area, it is important that you speak to your doctor and try to treat the affliction as soon as possible. Periungual warts are quicker to heal if they are caught in their infancy, and you might be able to avoid passing the virus on to another person.