What is a wart?
Warts are a common skin infection caused by human papillomavirus (HPV) that most often occurs in children and young adults. Medical conditions such as eczema and immunosuppression, as well as cuts may increase risk for infection.
Who gets warts?
Warts are most commonly transmitted through skin-to-skin contact. Contact with fomites (objects or materials that are likely to carry infection, such as clothes, utensils, and furniture) may be an additional mode of transmission.
Are there different types of warts?
The three major types of cutaneous warts are common warts, plantar warts, and flat warts
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How can I treat my warts?
In addition to over the counter wart removers, the specialists at Clear Dermatology & Aesthetics center can freeze the wart with liquid nitrogen in the office or give a prescription strength wart stick that we have made specifically for us.
The CellFX procedure is an innovative option to clear common skin conditions, such as benign spots, bumps or growths. To learn more about CellFX click here or visit their website here cellfx.com
Please contact CLEAR Dermatology and Aesthetics Center to have your wart treated.