Warts are skin growths caused by HPV (human papillomavirus), and there are more than 60 types of HPV that can cause warts on the skin.
In most cases, warts do not hurt, but sometimes they can be itchy and cause mild pain, especially foot warts. However, warts can be contagious and spread to other parts of the body or to other people, which is why they should be treated promptly.
Types of Warts We Treat
Common warts and plantar warts: These warts have a light brown or flesh-like color and small clotted blood vessels that appear as tiny black dots.
Flat warts: Smaller and flatter than other types of warts, flat warts usually occur on the face and hands. They are more common in children and teenagers than in adults.
Genital warts: These warts appear in the private area, genitals, and upper thighs.
How Do We Treat Warts
Warts should be treated to prevent them from spreading, especially in the case of genital warts.
Our Treatment Methods:
- Laser: Laser treatment for warts removal is fast, very safe and done in the same day at our clinic.
- Cryotherapy or freezing: This is done in the same day at our clinic by applying liquid nitrogen to the wart. Multiple sessions may be needed to remove the wart completely.
At MAG Clinic, we use the most effective techniques to remove warts from all over the body, and our dermatology department can guide you on how to live with warts and how to prevent them from spreading. All you need to do is call our clinic and schedule an appointment.