47 articles for "wart treatment"

Preparing for Your Warts Appointment

Seeing the doctor regarding warts is often the first step in finding relief. Certain home remedies may be very effective in fighting warts, but speaking with a healthcare professional about the condition is often a wise choice. Patients should be sure to ask a lot of questions during their appointme ... Continue Reading

Preparing for Your Warts Appointment

Seeing the doctor regarding warts is often the first step in finding relief. Certain home remedies may be very effective in fighting warts, but speaking with a healthcare professional about the condition is often a wise choice. Patients should be sure to ask a lot of questions during their appointme ... Continue Reading

What is a Plantar Wart?

A plantar wart is a type of wart that shows up on the feet, generally on the soles or “plantar” region of the foot. Plantar warts may also develop on specific points of the feet that bear weight, such as the heels. Plantar warts are not a dangerous condition, and they are usually benign. The pla ... Continue Reading

What is a Plantar Wart?

A plantar wart is a type of wart that shows up on the feet, generally on the soles or “plantar” region of the foot. Plantar warts may also develop on specific points of the feet that bear weight, such as the heels. Plantar warts are not a dangerous condition, and they are usually benign. The pla ... Continue Reading

How Are Warts Spread?

If you have ever had warts, you may be wondering how you got them. Warts are a result of a viral infection, and they can be highly contagious. Warts are caused by the human papillomavirus, or HPV. There are over 100 strains of HPV that have been identified. Some people with stronger immune systems s ... Continue Reading

How Are Warts Spread?

If you have ever had warts, you may be wondering how you got them. Warts are a result of a viral infection, and they can be highly contagious. Warts are caused by the human papillomavirus, or HPV. There are over 100 strains of HPV that have been identified. Some people with stronger immune systems s ... Continue Reading

Wart Removal: Infrared Coagulator

The many forms of wart treatment include topical remedies that can be applied at home or by your doctor, as well as surgical procedures that must be done by your doctor in a clinic. Despite the wide range of choices available, none of the available treatments for wart removal is invariably effective ... Continue Reading

Wart Removal: Infrared Coagulator

The many forms of wart treatment include topical remedies that can be applied at home or by your doctor, as well as surgical procedures that must be done by your doctor in a clinic. Despite the wide range of choices available, none of the available treatments for wart removal is invariably effective ... Continue Reading

Tips for Choosing a Warts Specialist

Warts may be treated by a dermatologist, podiatrist, pediatrician, family doctor, nurse practitioner, physician's assistant or internist. Warts are skin growths that are caused by contact with the human papillomavirus (HPV). The virus affects the top layer of skin and may enter the skin through even Continue Reading

Tips for Choosing a Warts Specialist

Warts may be treated by a dermatologist, podiatrist, pediatrician, family doctor, nurse practitioner, physician's assistant or internist. Warts are skin growths that are caused by contact with the human papillomavirus (HPV). The virus affects the top layer of skin and may enter the skin through even Continue Reading

Risk Factors for Developing Warts

Warts are caused by contact with the human papillomavirus (HPV). The top layer of skin is affected as a skin growth begins to appear that turns into a wart. Treatment is available that has been shown to be effective in removing warts, although most go away on their own within several months or years ... Continue Reading

Risk Factors for Developing Warts

Warts are caused by contact with the human papillomavirus (HPV). The top layer of skin is affected as a skin growth begins to appear that turns into a wart. Treatment is available that has been shown to be effective in removing warts, although most go away on their own within several months or years ... Continue Reading

How to Get Rid of Scars from Warts

Treatments for warts can sometimes leave a patient’s skin with scars. Discolorations, an actual scar line and other types of scars are not uncommon to result from treating warts with salicylic acid or dry ice methods. If a wart was extremely large and needed multiple, harsh treatments, a scar may ... Continue Reading

How to Get Rid of Scars from Warts

Treatments for warts can sometimes leave a patient’s skin with scars. Discolorations, an actual scar line and other types of scars are not uncommon to result from treating warts with salicylic acid or dry ice methods. If a wart was extremely large and needed multiple, harsh treatments, a scar may ... Continue Reading

Wart Removal: Cryosurgery

Available modalities for wart treatment range from home-based topical remedies to extensive surgeries for recurrent and large warts. Cryosurgery, or cryotherapy, involves repeatedly freezing and thawing areas of the skin that are to be removed. The freeze-thaw cycles will cause the affected skin are ... Continue Reading

Wart Removal: Cryosurgery

Available modalities for wart treatment range from home-based topical remedies to extensive surgeries for recurrent and large warts. Cryosurgery, or cryotherapy, involves repeatedly freezing and thawing areas of the skin that are to be removed. The freeze-thaw cycles will cause the affected skin are ... Continue Reading

Melasma Treatment: Ag3derm Cream

A melasma treatment will not cure the skin disorder, but it can dramatically improve the appearance of the skin. Various treatments such as topical creams and peels are often used to remove the skin pigmentation problems associated with melasma. These treatments are designed to slowly exfoliate the ... Continue Reading

Melasma Treatment: Ag3derm Cream

A melasma treatment will not cure the skin disorder, but it can dramatically improve the appearance of the skin. Various treatments such as topical creams and peels are often used to remove the skin pigmentation problems associated with melasma. These treatments are designed to slowly exfoliate the ... Continue Reading

Lupus Erythematosus Treatment: Retin A

Lupus Erythematosus is an autoimmune condition that will be more frequently met in women between the ages of 15 and 35. To date, the condition has no known treatment, but there are various means to manage the condition and make the patient’s life better. The treatment with Retin A is more commonly Continue Reading

Lupus Erythematosus Treatment: Retin A

Lupus Erythematosus is an autoimmune condition that will be more frequently met in women between the ages of 15 and 35. To date, the condition has no known treatment, but there are various means to manage the condition and make the patient’s life better. The treatment with Retin A is more commonly Continue Reading

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