Warts are a skin infection caused by the human papillomavirus (HPV). The infection causes rough, skin-coloured bumps to form on the skin. Warts appear mostly on the hands, but they can also affect the feet, face, genitals and knees. Although warts aren’t dangerous in most cases, they can sometimes be unpleasant, contagious, and painful.
Treatment for wart removal
To treat a wart, we utilize electrocautery, which employs heat generated by electricity. Patients with pacemakers, on the other hand, should avoid this. Additionally, FRCO2 and Punch biopsy eliminate warts partially or completely.
A numbing lotion is administered to your skin to make the operation more comfortable and painless. A needle heated with electricity is placed on the wart. However, electricity does not pass to your body. This procedure will cause the wart to fall off, and your skin will mend after a few days when a scab forms over the treated area. Patients who have pacemakers should avoid this.
FRCO2 is another technique which is used to remove warts. The FRCO2 laser fractionally eliminates various layers of skin. A single column of skin is taken at a time, leaving the surrounding skin intact and assisting in recovery. Because the laser gun’s powerful wavelengths penetrate deep into the skin, the water quickly absorbs them. Because the laser is a combination of a gaseous mixture, it eliminates the outer layer of the skin without being invasive. The laser encourages collagen creation while eliminating the exterior dead skin, resulting in the regeneration of new tissues for complete healing.
A punch biopsy is a process that involves using a sharp tube-shaped circular tool to remove a small tube-shaped portion of skin and some surrounding tissue. It has a blade that ranges in length from 1 mm to 8 mm. It rotates through the skin until it reaches the fat beneath it. The excision site will be stitched and bandaged when the mole is removed.
Punch excision of a mole is a minor surgical procedure for removing deeply set moles with less than eight mm diameter. The circular punch blade can reach the subcutaneous layer for adequate excision of tissues. Punch Excision is used to manage warts with partial or complete removal.
Frequently Asked Question
They are, in fact, quite prevalent. You’re likely to get at least one wart in your lifetime. Warts usually appear on your hands.
Yes. Warts can spread from person to person. So, stay away from people who have warts. Also, avoid using towels from people who have warts.
Yes, they can spread from one portion of the body to another. So, every time you touch your warts, wash your hands properly. Furthermore, when you shave your warts, the virus can move to the razor, and when you shave other parts of your body, warts appear in those regions.
They are not hazardous in any way. However, they might make you feel uncomfortable and look ugly, especially if they are in exposed body regions. As a result, it is recommended to take treatment as soon as possible and have them removed.
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