Warts are the white, beige, or brown small skin bumps that appear almost anywhere in the body. They are caused by HPV (human papillomavirus), which is acquired when a person is exposed to an environment with contaminated objects or through skin contact with a person who is a carrier of HPV when shaking hands or having sexual intercourse. Warts may also develop on people with autoimmune diseases, like HIV and AIDS.
Swimmers and people who are immunocompromised are more susceptible to widespread warts on the body.
Warts can be harmful in two types of circumstances. People with immune deficiencies may have warts all over the body. Some people also experience chronic warts on the hands and feet that can lead to cancer, but this is very unusual.
Warts are usually spread through lacerations or disruptions in the skin; be aware of these areas and avoid contact.
You can treat and remove warts in a number of ways. Warts can be removed through Electrocautery or Laser Treatment.
Both of which are offered by Shinagawa.
Electrocautery Wart Removal makes use of light electric currents that apply heat to the surface of the skin to burn away unwanted growths.
Laser Wart removal makes use of powerful beams of light, or lasers, to destroy wart tissue. It normally causes no scarring. This type of wart treatment is usually advised for large, hard-to-cure warts.
Shinagawa offers these skin treatments to safely and effectively treat all kinds of warts from the hands, feet and to the face.
Call our Patient Care Lines (+632) 368 5238 | (+63) 917 862 7454 | (+63) 921 217 0517 for a FREE derma consultation and get rid of your irritating warts.