WHAT CAUSES WARTS?
Warts are caused by the human papillomavirus (HPV). There are many different strains of HPV, and some of them cause warts on different parts of the body.
The virus can enter the body through a cut or scratch, and it can also be transmitted through contact with a person who has a wart or items that have come into contact with a person’s wart.
The virus can also spread from one part of the body to another.
Factors that can increase the risk of getting a wart include having a weakened immune system, walking barefoot in public areas, and biting or picking at fingernails.
HOW DOES IT WORK?
Laser treatment to remove warts works by using a focused beam of light to heat and destroy the cells that make up the wart. The laser is applied to the affected area, and the heat from the laser causes the wart to fall off.
The laser also kills the virus that causes the wart, preventing it from spreading to other areas of the skin. The treatment is generally quick and relatively painless, and patients can return to normal activities immediately after the procedure.
THE PROCESS EXPLAINED
Laser treatment for warts typically involves medical professional of aesthetic therapist using a laser device to target the affected area and destroy the wart tissue using high-energy light.
The laser device may cause a mild burning sensation or tingling during the treatment, but the majority of patients report minimal pain during and after the procedure.
The length of the treatment and the number of sessions required will depend on the size and location of the warts, but generally, the procedure typically takes a few minutes to complete.
After the treatment, the skin around the wart may look red and swollen, but this typically subsides within a day or two.
Patients can usually return to their normal activities immediately following the procedure.
IS THE TREATMENT PAINFUL?
Many wart removal treatments can cause some discomfort or mild pain depending on the type of treatment used and the individual’s pain tolerance. It is essential to discuss any potential side effects or discomfort with your somatologist before proceeding with any treatment.
HOW MANY SESSIONS
The number of laser treatment sessions needed to remove warts depends on the size, location, and number of warts being treated.
Generally, it can take anywhere from one to several sessions to completely remove warts with laser treatment.
Available at all franchises
|Warts (Each)||R 150|