If you experience a wart explosion on various parts of the body you would naturally want to have them treated so they don’t come back again.
Doctors generally don’t bother if they are not too invasive, but if you don’t agree then Warts removal Chorley by laser is your best option.
This procedure attacks the microscopic virus which is then destroyed and they very seldom resurface again after that. The procedure itself is painless and safe if carried out by a professional.
There are several laser techniques available and it is sensible to have a look at several of them. The warts are targeted with a laser beam, the light of which penetrates the upper layer of the skin. The wart growth lies in the middle layer which is called the dermis. They kill the blood cells feeding the wart growth so it can’t survive.
The laser only works where it is directed and that is on the affected area. You may be a little sore in places, but it all depends on where you have been treated. You should keep the wound, if there is one, clean. This is especially important if you had verrucae on the soles of your feet removed.
All good clinics will call you in for a consultation prior to you signing up for treatment. At this time you will discuss the number of warts that need to be removed.
You will also be told exactly what will happen, so you are completely aware what you could expect. Furthermore you will also be told about aftercare so that you know what to do when you get home.
Most warts are found on fingers, elbows and knees. Common warts have a rough surface, as you may have noticed. However, flat warts are smoother and these are often found in clusters in affected areas.
Lastly, genital warts can also be treated by laser, but not every clinic will touch these. You need to be frank when you phone for a consultation so you won’t have a wasted journey.