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Moles and Wart Removal

Wart Removal

Warts are small, benign growths caused by HPV
May not cause pain or discomfort but affect self esteem

Warts are small, benign growths that can appear on the skin. They are caused by a virus called human papillomavirus (HPV), which can infect the top layer of skin and cause cells to grow rapidly. There are several types of warts, including common warts, plantar warts, flat warts, and genital warts.

It's important to note that not all warts can be removed with laser therapy, and that not all warts need to be removed. Some warts will disappear on their own without treatment. If a wart is causing pain or discomfort, or if it is affecting your self-esteem, it may be worth considering removal.



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Warts types

Common Warts typically grow on fingers and toes. More grey in appearance than the skin around them, common warts are rough and grainy to look at, and are rounded on top.

Filiform Warts show up around the mouth or nose. They can also come up on the neck or under the chin. They are also called Skin Tags as they are shaped like a tiny flap or tag of skin, and the same colour as skin.

Flat Warts usually grow on the face, arms or thighs. They have a flat top and may be yellow, brownish or pink. They are small and not immediately noticeable.

Periungual Warts grow under or around the fingernails and toenails. They can be painful and get in the way of nail growth.

Plantar Warts appear on the soles of the feet. Unlike other warts, they grow into the skin, rather than out of it. They present themselves as a small hole surrounded by hardened skin, and can make walking painful.


The number of sessions required for warts removal varies for each patient. It depends on the chosen treatment option and the type, location, and size of the wart. However, on average, warts can be removed within 2-4 sessions.

No, warts do not have roots. It is a myth and not a scientific fact. Warts appear and grow on the skin’s top layer. They can keep growing and reach the second layer. But they don't grow from roots; instead, the underside of warts is smooth.

If the dermatologist uses Cantharidin for warts removal, it will take off the skin, and you may be left with a hole. However, new skin will grow, and the hole-like mark will disappear. Moreover, some other treatment options can cause scarring.

Warts are caused by a virus called Human Papillomavirus or HPV. If a person has a weak immune system, his body will be attacked more by the viruses allowing them to multiply quickly. So, in a way, warts are a sign of a weak immune system.

There are different treatments available for genital warts removal Dubai. It is possible to treat genital warts with the help of Cantharidin and other similar medications. However, even after removing warts from your private areas, you can have HPV (the virus that causes warts). So, you can get warts again and even transmit them to others if you don't get the virus treated as soon as possible.

Results of Warts Removal

The Laser Wart Removal Dubai offers instant, mind-blowing effects. It burns and destroys all the wart tissues entirely and permanently. As a result, patients are relieved of their pain and discomfort. Moreover, patients will no longer have to hide behind long-sleeved shirts and jeans. They can wear what they want to and be confident in their skin.

Moles and Warts Removal
Moles and warts removal


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