Warts Removal Treatment in Pune

Warts are growths with rough surfaces or flat and smooth surfaces. Moreover, these can be light or dark in pigmentation.

Warts or verrucas are growths with rough or smooth surfaces that are pale or dark. In fact, they are a result of the human papillomavirus. Moreover, they look like a solid blister or a small cauliflower

Dos & Don’ts for Getting Warts

DO: Treat the wart in the initial stages itself.
DO: Maintain good self-hygiene and care.
DO: Use broad-spectrum sunscreen every day.
DO: Exfoliate regularly.

DON’T: Pick at the wart or mole.
DON’T: Try to remove the wart yourself.
DON’T: Share towels, socks, or gloves with others.
DON’T: Walk in public places without your shoes.

Types of Warts

  • Common warts:

These are mainly found on hands, around nails and knees but can occur anywhere on the body. Moreover, these warts are rough, grainy and have a rounded top. In fact, these are usually brownish in colour.

  • Plantar warts:

These grow into the skin of the soles of the feet. The growth of a plantar wart indicates a blackish lesion with pain on the pressure in the bottom of the foot with surrounding hard skin.

  • Flat warts:

These are found on the face, back of hands, and shins. Moreover, flat warts are small, multiple, smooth, and flat-topped skin or hyperpigmented lesions.

  • Filiform warts:

These are soft, thin, finger-like growths present mainly on the face and neck.

  • Periungual warts:

These are found under and around the toenails and fingernails. They can be painful and can also interfere with healthy nail growth.

Treatments of Warts

There are several treatment modalities for treating warts. The objective of the treatments available is to remove the wart and also to enable the immune system to effectively fight the virus.

  • Cryosurgery:

In this treatment, dermatologists use liquid nitrogen to freeze warts. Moreover, this treatment may require several sessions. Lastly, cryosurgery causes little to no scars. It is preferred method used in palmoplantar or warts in pregnancy.

  • Electrosurgery:

In this treatment, an electrical charge burns the wart tissue. As a result, this causes the tissue to dry and fall off. Moreover, electrosurgery is effective for a single wart or a small area. However, if not done properly it could leave scars for large areas of warts.

  • Laser Treatment:

In this treatment, the wart tissue is destroyed with an intense beam of laser. The CO2 laser is used for this. this is a safe, precise, and effective method for warts removal.

  • Topical application- clinic based

In this treatment, various agents such as salicylic acids or podophyllin, or trichloroacetic acids are applied directly on warts causing their destruction. However, this requires multiple sessions. And results can be sometimes unpredictable.

  • Immunotherapy

In this, intralesional injections such as PPD or MMR vaccine or patients’ own tissue from warts is inoculated in patients skin which helps to develop antibodies against the virus leading to the clearing of lesions. This requires multiple sessions more time to respond.

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Warts are growths with rough surfaces or flat and smooth surfaces. They can be dark or light in color.

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Sagar Dalvi

"I visited doctor for wart on my face which is existing since 1 year. His explanation were proper. Also he is patient to understand the queries and respond on the same."




Krishna Atreya

"The diagnosis and treatment provided for wart removal was very effective.The staff is courteous and helpful"




Abhi Sahastrabudhe

"Treatment provided to my wart problems was excellent . Doctors and staff members are coperative and caring."




Dattatray Harkal

"Very friendly and accommodating staff.Doctors and treatment staff were very experienced and wart removal treatments ... showed results. Their staff also calls and makes sure the the patient is comfortable post treatment and medications are being taken timely. The appointments timing's were flexible for me, As it's open all day."




Sudhir Chavan

"It was a very nice experience. Wart removal treatment was excellent n d results were visible!!!!!!! The staff was very cooperative n ... helpful. Care was taken regarding each n every need of the patient.Concern call was given after every visit n also a reminder call before the appointment.."

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