Wart Treatment

Wart treatment is a treatment process using laser technology that includes a series of cosmetic procedures aimed at eliminating warts on the skin.

What Is a Wart?

A wart is a small, raised skin lesion that forms on the top layer of human skin due to an infection or virus. Warts are typically caused by the herpes virus or the papillomavirus, resulting in the development of raised bumps on the skin's surface. While these two types of viruses belong to different family groups, they are often confused due to their similarities.

During the wart treatment process, the commonly encountered papillomavirus infects skin cells upon contact with the skin or mucosal surfaces, leading to the formation of warts. Since the virus cannot be completely eradicated, the only approach is to treat the wart formation to eliminate the visual deformity.


How Is Wart Treatment Conducted?

Warts can appear on various parts of the body, such as the hands, feet, face, and genital area. Common wart treatment methods include cryotherapy, wart excision, or laser therapy. While there are cosmetic products available for wart treatment, these methods are often not as effective.

The choice of treatment method may vary depending on the type, size, location of the wart, and the patient's health condition. Laser treatment is often preferred due to its painless and practical nature. One of the most commonly used techniques among these is the use of the electrocautery method.

Electrocautery in Wart Problems

Electrocautery is a medical procedure used to burn or remove tissue or lesions on the skin or mucous membrane using an electric current or high temperature. It is utilized for the treatment of various skin conditions, including warts.

Local anesthesia is applied to the area where the wart is located, ensuring that the procedure is painless. The technique affects the lesion's tissue using an electric current or high temperature, after which the wart is burned or removed from the skin's surface. After electrocautery in wart treatment, an antiseptic substance or wound covering is applied to the wound. With proper care and protection over time, warts can be resolved without leaving a scar.


Where Do Warts Occur?

Warts, while visible on the skin, often serve as an indicator of another underlying condition. The viruses that have entered the body due to these underlying conditions gradually adapt to the body over time and establish themselves. These viruses, known as HPV, enter the body through various means and diseases.

Warts caused by the HPV virus are often transmitted from skin to skin through sexual contact or direct contact. Particularly in the presence of an open wound on the skin, if a virus is present in the contacted person, it can easily be transmitted. For most patients seeking wart treatment, the risk of HPV is a concern. Apart from that, weak immune systems and genetic factors can also lead to wart formation. Warts typically appear as small raised lesions on the skin and may have a slightly different color than the surrounding skin. Different types of HPV can lead to different types of warts. Warts can be transmitted from an infected person to another person or to different parts of the same person's body.


Who Can Receive Wart Treatment?

Wart treatment is suitable for anyone who has come into contact with a virus and has developed wart-like skin conditions. Since wart treatment is primarily a medical procedure, there is no age limit; it can be applied regardless of age.

Both adults and children can frequently develop warts. Anyone of any age can seek methods like electrocautery for the treatment of warts and skin lesions, but for those who wish to remove warts through excision methods, doctor supervision and age limits may be required.

Treatmant Summary

  • Session
    4-6 Sessions
  • Operation Length
    30 minutes
  • Anestesia
  • Discomfort Period
  • Return To Work
    The same day
  • Full Recovery
    1 Week After Sessions
  • Results
  • Hospital Stay

WARNING: Everyone is unique.That means that the treatment length, planning and results may be differ The information you see here are the resulting average from a large range of samples..

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