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Wart Removal Consultation

Wart Removal Boca Raton

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Wart Removal Consultation

Warts are skin growths brought on by viruses, many frequently human papillomavirus (HPV). Over 100 kinds of HPV may lead to skin growths, but nearly all are benign, typically appearing on the palms and/or feet. There are five key kinds of warts, all which appear on various areas of the human body and have a different, unique look. Warts symptoms will vary by each individual.Our Board Certified Dermatologist at Revivify Dermatology can help!

  • Common warts, which generally grow on the palms and feet and have curved tops
  • Plantar warts, which look on the bottoms of their feet and grow in the skin instead of outside
  • Horizontal warts, which grow on the face, thighs, or arms and also have flat tops
  • Filiform warts, which look around the mouth, nose, and throat and are shaped like miniature flaps of skin
  • Periungual warts, which grow beneath the fingernails and toenails and can be quite debilitating.
  • Wart Removal Boca Raton – by Board Certified Dermatologists!


Why Get Your Warts Treated?

Warts aren’t typically harmful, but they are sometimes painful, infectious and, sometimes, embarrassing. Therapy may be necessary if you’ve got warts on the face or other sensitive areas of the human body in addition to though the expansion is painful. If you detect signs or signs of disease around a expansion, medical therapy will be critical. Furthermore, individuals with diabetes should visit a physician if warts show up on the feet.

It’s very important to keep in mind that warts may spread to other areas of the human body, and they’re infectious to other people. Those operating in the service business, in addition to individuals who are employed in health care, might want expert wart therapy and identification over others. A good deal of nurses, waiters, cooks, and educators visit our Boca Raton and Fort Lauderdale Medical Dermatology office for warts therapy, treatment and removal.


To stop warts, make certain you cover all cuts and scratches, clean your hands frequently, avoid dry skin from splitting, and use flip-flops in locker rooms, public showers, and swimming areas. These measures will restrict HPV’s capacity to go into the body.

How Do You Treat Warts?

Various warts respond to various therapies. Roughly half of warts resolve . Lactic acid compounds (in the kind of gels, drops, pads and pads ) will help self-treatment by dividing the skin which makes the rash as well as the dead skin over it. A number of these goods are available in drugstores without needing a prescription. If you are not sure about wart removal Boca Raton, contact our dermatologist office for a free consultation.

But if a remedy expects you to rub the wart with a fingernail file or pumice stone, then throw away the utensil following therapy. Reuse these can further spread the virus causing the problem. Liquid nitrogen freezing or electric stimulation are other frequent remedies.

Surgery may be recommended for debilitating or massive warts that don’t react to over-the-counter and less invasive therapies. Whether you are looking for warts therapy for medical or cosmetic purposes, do not allow the unsightly bumps decrease personal sense or self. If you reside in the South Florida (Boca Rator or Fort Lauderdale) area, an appointment with one of our Board Certified Dermatologists, and we will help you determine which therapy choices work best for the condition and your lifestyle.


Wart Removal Consultation
Wart Removal Consultation

Frequently Asked Questions About Wart Removal

What Are Warts?

Warts are small, fleshy growths and are classified as an infection on the top layer of your skin, also known as the "epidermis." They are very common and can be found anywhere on your body including fingers, feet, elbows, and knees.

Are Warts Contagious?

2. The HPV virus that causes warts can be passed on to someone through direct contact. This may be possible by direct contact while shaking someone’s hand or indirect contact such as sharing clothes or walking barefoot on a changing room floor.

Are Warts Dangerous?

No, generally speaking, warts are not dangerous. They’re considered to be benign, meaning they’re non-cancerous. However, just because they don’t pose a threat to your health, doesn’t mean you’ll want to leave your wart where it is.

Should I Have My Wart(s) Removed?

Many patients choose to have their wart removed because of aesthetic reasons, as the wart may be located in an area clearly noticeable to the public. Other times, patients wish to remove their wart because the growth is located in a sensitive, irritable area and doing so will alleviate discomfort.

Are All Warts the Same?

There are over 100 different versions of the HPV virus, the virus that causes warts. Meaning, there are also hundreds of different types of warts. Different types of warts are classified by both their appearance and location on your body.

How Are Warts Treated?

Each type of wart responds to different treatments, which is why we recommend seeking professional treatment at Revivify in Fort Lauderdale when handling these skin growths. A wide range of treatment options are available, depending on the severity of your wart(s).