Warts are contagious skin diseases caused by human papillomavirus (HPV) which infects the skin surface. The virus causes abnormal keratin proliferation in the epidermis, forming small fleshy particles on the skin surface, most of which are not itchy and painless.
For children or elderly people with weaker immune systems, the virus can easily spread to other parts of the body and affect the appearance of the individual. We recommend clients to seek professional physicians for a safe operation to remove warts.
Common warts are rough, round or polygonal in shape and yellowish, or brownish in colour. It occurs most often on fingers, toes, back of the hands, knees, and around the nails.
Flat warts are mostly found when the patients’ immunity is weakened. It occurs most often in the parts such as face, back of the hands, and forearms, etc. They appear as normal skin color or light brown with a flat surface and well-demarcated. It is contagious and usually appears numerous (20 to 100). Open wounds or pigmentations may appear after wart removal treatment. It is recommended to conduct the treatment by a medical professional.
Our team of medical professionals will listen to your needs and evaluate your skin condition to determine which wart removal option is best for you.
Wart virus may persist on skin despite treatments are applied, so there is still a chance of recurrence.
Taking precautions at all times is of vital importance. It is recommended to avoid sweat and moisture to be left on the skin surface to prevent the lingering of HPV virus.
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