Is your wart embarrassing you? Is your wart the cause of your pain? Has more than one wart begun to spread to other areas of your body? If so, you might be in need of wart removal. What PCP will do is remove your wart, making sure the treatment will eliminaate the wart successfully without resulting in scar tissue. The treatment the trained doctors will use will depend on the location of the wart and on the symptoms associated with it.
What you need to know is that the treatment will last for a long duration of time, meaning it could take either months or weeks. For your part, you need to prepare yourself for a prolong treatment, as a short cut is not possible, especially in cases where wart treatment by a qualified doctor is the only way to ensure it does not sprout up again. This brief will explain you in detail about everything you want to know about wart removal.
CAN WARTS DISAPPEAR?
If you are lucky, the wart will completely disappear, but it will take its sweet time in doing so. For the unlucky ones, coming to PCP for Life is their best option.
DO YOU NEED TO TREAT WARTS ON YOUR SKIN?
Well, if they appear on your face, you definitely need to treat the warts whereas warts showing up on others parts of the body that you can conceal, remains up to you. It would be better to treat the warts, as it decreases the chance of them spreading.
HOW WILL THE DOCTOR REMOVE THE WART FROM YOUR SKIN?
There are several wart removal treatments the doctor may decide to use, but the decision will depend on the wart’s location. Even though you can try one of the many home remedies out there to treat your wart, you should not, as it may cause scarring, especially if the wart you are treating in on your face. Here are some wart removal treatments your doctors may suggest to use:
1. Salicylic Acid Treatment- If the wart is your hands, knees, or feet, the doctor will tell you to apply salicylic acid to it.
2. Cantharidin Treatment- The doctor will apply the chemical to your wart. This treatment may cause some blistering pain, but nothing that you should not be able to take.
3. Liquid Nitrogen Treatment- The doctor will apply liquid nitrogen to your wart to freeze it.
4. Burning the Wart- The doctor may burn the wart using a laser. This treatment is usually used when other wart removal treatments fail to work.
You need to visit Primary Care Physicians in Houston to find out which treatment is right for you. The physicians at PCP for Life can assist you remove your wart by telling you what the best treatment option is for you. In the event your wart resurfaced, we apply other treatments options to ensure it stays vanquished for good. Make an appointment with us today!