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Have you found yourself trying to hide your hands while out with friends, or on a date, because of a Wart? Is your child suffering embarrassment at school because of having a Wart on their hand or finger? Are you tired of trying home remedies that leave you disappointed? At Bella Dermatology in McDonough, GA you will find a caring, and compassionate, medical staff who can provide wart treatments that leave you feeling confident and looking your best.
What are warts?Millions of people each year suffer from Warts (Verruca Vulgaris), a skin growth that is caused by the human papillomavirus (HPV). The HPV causes quick growth of cells on your Skin’s outer layer. This results in Skin growths that can be rough, flat, or smooth in texture. Warts can also appear as skin-colored, dark brown or gray-black in color. The most common type of Warts are those found on the fingers, around the fingernails, and on the back of the hands. These types of Warts are characterized by little black dots that look like seeds inside the Wart and a rough surface. Another common type of Wart is the Plantar Wart. These types of Warts are most often found on the bottom of the feet, growing inward, and can have black dots in them. Plantar Warts feel as if there are tiny rocks inside your shoe. Flat Warts are another type of Wart that can occur anywhere. They are smaller and smoother than other types of Warts and tend to develop in large numbers.
What treatment options are available?At Bella Dermatology, Dr. Sharpe MD and her expert team of skin care professionals have been diagnosing and treating skincare challenges for years. This experience and success in treating warts put Bella Dermatology’s incredible team in the best position possible to help you and your family win the battle against warts. There are a variety of professional treatment options available such as cryotherapy, or freezing of the wart. When this treatment is used, a Blister will form around the wart and the dead tissue falls off within one to two weeks of treatment. Depending upon the type and severity of the Wart, it may need to be removed by means of surgery which eliminates the Wart from the base. Laser surgery may also be a recommended treatment designed to burn and destroy wart tissue. Whatever type of Wart that you or your loved one is dealing with, you can rest assured that our experienced and professional medical staff are dedicated to providing you with the best treatment possible.
In case of an emergency, please call 911.For any medical procedures, patients may respond to treatment differently, hence each patient’s results may vary.Information on this site is not intended nor implied to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment.