Warts treatment: Warts are skin growth caused by an infection of the human papilloma virus; this virus has a hundred different forms of which only 30% present a risk of cancer. Warts can appear on the fingers, soles of feet, genitals, face and legs. It’s usually easy to get rid of warts using cryotherapy (which involves freezing the wart with nitrogen liquid several times), where excised. If warts are resistant to this treatment or increases, the use of CO2 laser can abrade it and eliminate them permanently.
Warts treatment that’s safe for adults and children
Laser warts removal treatment does not cause the discomfort often associated with other types of warts removal and is safe for adults and children of all ages.
The number of warts removal treatments required to permanently remove warts depends on the size, location and number of warts. Simple warts may only need a single treatment whereas deeper, stubborn warts may require several laser warts removal treatments.
Sometimes, it seems that new warts appear as fast as old ones go away. This happens when the old warts shed virus cells into the skin before the warts are treated. This allows new warts to grow around the first warts. The best way to prevent this is to treat new warts as soon as they appear.