Wart on finger

Got Warts? Minimally Invasive Wart Removal Really Works.

Warts are uncomfortable, unsightly, and extremely common. Worse yet, they’re one of the most treatment-resistant conditions regularly seen by our doctor.

If you’ve got verruca, as we in the medical profession call them, then this information is old news. Read on to discover what exactly warts are. Also how and why they form. Most importantly, you’ll discover what you can do about this stubborn problem.

Harmless yet highly contagious

Fortunately, verruca are usually harmless. In many cases they’ll go away on their own without any treatment. They become much more problematic in other cases, however. Simple activities like standing and waling can become quite painful. A patient’s quality of life can be significantly degraded by this “simple” problem.

Yet today is actually a (relatively) good time to have warts. Modern wart removal procedures do exactly what they’re supposed to do with no collateral damage. Quite simply, our doctors now have options which can successfully treat warts in virtually all patients. This includes diabetics and others with more complicated autoimmune needs.

Common types of skin warts
Common WartGrey to brown light colored; often has black dots; Rough raised surface.Appear all over, most commonly a wart on the hand. Can be found under finger and toenails, making treatment difficult.
Plantar-Verruca PlantarisLight greyish brown; has black/dark red dots from small blood vessels; Spongey rough irregular surface, often flattened on weight bearing areas.Seen only on the bottom of the foot, often large clusters grow together called a mosaic wart.
Flat Wartsmaller, flatter, smooth pinkcommonly seen on the face, shins and hands. Often grow in large numbers and are much smaller than other types.


Wart anatomy

Warts are benign skin growths that appear when a human papillomavirus (HPV) infects the top layer of the skin.

Genital Warts Treatment

We also offer it for the treatment of more delicate areas