Nancy - Contagious warts and verrucae removal

Can warts and verrucae be treated without having to undergo a professional cosmetic procedure?

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Answer for Are warts and verrucae contagious? from Renew Skin Team
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Warts appear mostly in children and teenagers on their face, hands and feet, but adults can also suffer from such a skin disorder caused by the human papilloma virus (HPV) infection. Verrucae are plantar warts that appear on the soles of your feet and can be really painful if pressure is applied on that particular area. Verrucae are local growths on the skin that can cause serious problems if they are not treated. Sometimes they disappear on their own, in time, but that can take up to two years and there is also the risk of spreading if not treated.

The most likely environments for warts and verrucae to be transmitted are public restrooms and locker rooms, swimming pools or any other humid environment. They are contagious so you have to be careful not to touch towels or any other objects that people who suffer from these skin disorders have touched before you. At Renew Skin & Health Clinic you will get more information and if you book an appointment for a specialized consultation, our experts in dermatology will assess your medical history and find out the nature of your skin disorder and the treatment that best suits your skin's needs.

You can try to treat warts and verrucae with certain creams, gels, salicylic acid or chemical treatments, but to avoid the spreading you should consider undergoing a professional cosmetic procedure in order to remove them. At our Renew Skin & Health Clinic you will be under great care and you are guaranteed to get positive cosmetic results after. The highly effective cosmetic procedures performed for warts and verrucae removal treatments will help you regain your self-esteem and you will no longer have to worry about the infection again.


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