Causes of Plantar Warts on the Foot
What Are Symptoms Of Plantar Warts? There are many visible symptoms of plantar warts on the body which makes it easy for anyone to notice its symptoms. Here are some of them: • Pain when walking or standing • A small growth of rough area in the bottom of foot. It usually develops between your […]
As does any personwho hasa plantar wart, Beaver Valley Foot Clinic knows how painful it can be. Plantar warts grow on the bottom of the foot, but warts can occur anywhere. Unfortunately some who suffer with plantar warts, or verruca, take wart removal into their own hands. This is not recommended. To remove warts and for foot care in general, it is always good to see a podiatrist or go to a foot clinic.
Our treatment consisted of debridement and laser treatment of plantar warts. Cantharidic acid was applied as a blistering agent to help with debridement of devitalized wart tissue at the next appointment. Wart laser treatment works by cutting off the blood supply to the wart.
There are various wart types and associated treatments. The type of treatment you should proceed with, in order to safely remove warts, will greatly depend on the type that has appeared, and its severity. Luckily for you, the Beaver Valley Foot Clinic is here to help alleviate all of your wart issues and foot discomforts. We offer several different wart removal treatments, for optimal success and comfort.