Warts are caused by a virus and can occur at any age, but are most common in children. There are multiple treatment options available, from gentle to strong. We will devise a treatment plan to suit you and your activities.
Some of the wart treatment options include:
How do our Podiatrist help?
Examples of home wart treatments which you are able to purchase over the counter at any Pharmacy include:
-Warteze (a form of cryotherapy/freezing of the wart to remove it. Apply once every 2 weeks)
-Scholl Wart Removal: a disc medicated with Salicylic acid which you apply directly to the water and cover with a plaster which is provided. Leave plaster in place for up to 48 hours. Do not apply to broken skin, healthy skin and not to be used by Diabetics.
- Wart-Off Paint: A salicylic and lactic acid combination to be used with extreme care as it can cause infection, especially to healthy surrounding skin. Mask the area around the wart and apply a small amount of paint, then cover the wart so it is unable to breath. This product is recommended to be applied once daily with care. If there are any problems, see your GP or Podiatrist immediately.
- Wart-Off Freeze: a cryotherapy/freezing treatment. Apply as directed on instruction leaflet.