Warts and Molluscum Contagiosum
Human papillomaviruses cause warts, which are benign skin tumors. Warts are contagious through direct touch, but the likelihood of the virus catching to someone else depends on the other person’s immune system. Most commonly affecting children and teens, warts usually disappear on their own within a year, without leaving behind a scar. If you have persistent warts, we have several solutions.
We can help you get rid of them with several different options, such as scraping, freezing, electrocauterization, and CO2 Laser. We’ve had the highest success rates with the CO2 Laser.