Warts are non cancerous skin growths that occur when a virus infects the top layer of the skin. viruses that causes Warts are called Human Papillomavirus(HPV).
Wart viruses are contagious. Warts can spread by contact with the Wart or something that touched the Wart.
(also called verruca vulgaris) Grow most often on the fingers : Around the nails, and on the backs of the hands. Are more common where skin was broken, such as from biting fingernails or picking at hangnails. Can have black dots that look like seeds (often called "seed" warts). Most often feel like rough bumps.
Plantar Warts have these features : Grow most often on the soles (plantar surface) of the feet Can grow in clusters (mosaic warts) Often are flat or grow inward (walking creates pressure, which causes the warts to grow inward) Can hurt, feels like you have pebbles in your shoe Can have black dots.
Flat Warts have these features : Can occur anywhere. Children usually get them on the face. Men get these most often in the beard area, and women tend to get them on their legs. Are smaller and smoother than other warts. Tend to grow in large numbers, 20 to 100 at a time.
Looks like long threads or thin fingers that stick out Often grows on the face : Around the Mouth, Eyes, and Nose Often grow quickly Genital Warts.
Occur in genital area May be single or multiple.
Peels can be used if multiple warts are present Multiple sittings can be Required.
Wart is Removed by blade Sutures can be placed Safe and effective Single Sitting Procedure.
Removal by using either Radio frequency cutting or electrical cutting Painless done under local anesthesia Effective Single Sitting Procedure.
Uses cold /freezing Treatment to Remove Warts Effective Painless Single Sitting Procedure.
Relieve minor skin irritation and itchings like those caused by urticaria, insect bites or stings, prickly heat, sunburn, napkin or cosmetic rashes, pruritus of dry skin, or chicken pox…
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Warts are caused by Human Papillomavirus (HPV). Whenever the body’s immune function gets compromised , they are susceptible to develop viral infection.
Warts usually don’t regress on their own , they need to be removed.
Yes, warts spread from one person to another and also from one area in a body to other areas in the body .
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