Best Laser Wart Removal Perth-Melbourne's Experts - Manningham Foot Clinic

 

Best Laser Wart Removal Perth-Melbourne's Experts - Manningham Foot Clinic

 

Manningham Foot Clinic offers exclusive laser therapy to get rid of warts permanently.

With more than 100 different subtypes of the human papilloma virus (HPV) responsible for warts, you’ll be pleased to learn the common wart (verruca vulgaris) is generally harmless. In most cases, they will eventually disappear, but this can take a long time.

 

 Wart Laser Therapy Melbourne

Warts are common viral infections that appear on the skin as small, flesh-coloured growths that are rough to the touch. Depending on their location and lifespan, warts can become a constant source of pain, discomfort or embarrassment.

Because warts can exist undetected by the immune system, there is little chance of them healing on their own. With our exclusive SWIFT laser therapy, we can effectively remove warts by stimulating cell repair. Visit our clinic Manningham Foot Clinic

 

Treatment and Therapy

Wart Laser Therapy in Bulleen Warts can seem frustratingly indestructible and will often require medical intervention. We offer SWIFT therapy, an exclusive treatment that targets the affected area with a precise microwave laser to provoke the body’s natural healing process.

Other than being highly effective and trusted, the benefits of this treatment include:

  •     Accurate and precise
  •     No additional treatment by patient necessary
  •     Simple, quick and relatively painless
  •     Safe for patient

 

What are the symptoms of warts?

The appearance of a wart depends on its type. There are several different types of warts:

    Common warts (verruca vulgaris) — these are small, raised areas of skin, usually round, with a rough surface of skin often looking like the top of a cauliflower. These warts often appear on the hands, elbows and knees.

  •     Plane or flat warts — these are flat warts that are usually yellow in colour and appear on the hands and face. They are most common in children and can often spread and group together.
  •     Plantar warts — these are warts that appear on the feet, usually on the sole, heel or toes. The weight of the body causes the wart to be pushed into the skin so a plantar wart will usually not be raised like other warts and may even cause some discomfort when walking. You may notice a white area of skin with a tiny black dot or dots in the centre.
  •     Filiform warts — these are long, thin warts that usually appear on the eyelids, armpits or neck.
  •     Mosaic warts — these grow in clusters and are most common on the hands and feet.
  •     Subungual or periungual warts — these are warts that form under or around the cuticle.
  •     Mucosal warts — these can appear on the lips, inside the cheeks and nose, the airway and in genital areas.

 

What causes warts?

You can get the HPV virus from direct contact with the skin from another person who has the virus or indirectly through contaminated surfaces such as swimming pools or gymnasiums. HPV infects the cells in the outer layer of the skin, causing them to grow and form a wart. It can take up to a year for the wart to appear for the first time.

Genital warts are caused by a different family type of HPV. These are sexually transmitted and can cause cervical and vulval cancer. Ordinary skin warts do not cause cancer.

 

When should I see my doctor

Most warts will go away without treatment in time. In children, without treatment, half of all warts disappear within 6 months and almost all (9 in 10) will go away within 2 years. It can take longer in adults.

  • It is a good idea to show the wart to your doctor if:
  • the wart is bothering you or painrful
  • you have warts of the face, feet or genitals
  • the wart looks infected (red, swollen and warm)
  • you have multiple warts or the warts are spreading
  • you have reduced immunity
  • you are pregnant or planning a pregnancy

 

How are warts treated?

Many people choose not to treat warts because treatment can be uncomfortable. There are several ways to treat warts, including those you can do yourself and treatments done by a doctor. If you choose to treat a wart, it’s important to stick with the treatment until the wart is gone. If you are pregnant or planning pregnancy, you may need to avoid certain treatments, so talk to doctor before starting treatment. and we provide Wart Laser Therapy in Bulleen, Lower templestowe, eaglemont, balwyn, ivanhoe, heidelberg, templestowe.

 

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Specialist medical treatment of fungal nail infections by Manningham Foot Clinic in the Melbourne. Call us for an appointment on 03 8595 5217


Do you suffer from unsightly discoloured nails? If so you may have a fungal infection in your toenails. Our podiatrists can accurately diagnose fungal nails at our Manningham Foot Clinic and recommend the best course of treatment. We know what causes nail fungus and know which treatments can help get results.

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