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Wart Removal

What is Wart Removal?

A wart is a skin growth on any part of the body caused by a virus (HPV), and it can quickly spread. Warts are extremely contagious and are most likely to develop in broken skin. There are six common types of warts: Common warts usually grow on hands, fingers, and toes. Plantar warts grow on the soles of feet. Flat or plane warts appear in clusters on hands, face, or legs. Filiform warts grow around the eyes, face, and neck. Genital (venereal) warts grow on the genitalia. Periungual warts grow underneath and around the fingernails. We have a wide array of treatment options to get rid of unsightly warts.

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