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Healthy & Comfortable Skin
Do you have an unpleasant-looking, uncomfortable wart growing on your skin?
While they are benign growths, warts are highly contagious, and before you know it, they can spread all over your skin.
In fact, a small cut or contact with an unclean surface is possibly the reason they form in the first place.
Do you want to get rid of the wart immediately, but don’t want to risk it getting worse?
Consult Christie Pilonilli to restore your smooth, comfortable skin!
A Task For Professionals
Most warts go away on their own, but some are very persistent – especially for older adults.
If you try treating them on your own, there’s a high chance you’re unable to eradicate its root, or it gets in contact with healthy skin and spreads.
That’s why it’s best to seek a professional’s help to minimize the risk and maximize the outcome.
With years of experience, knowledge of the latest and most effective techniques, and equipped with the right gears, selecting Christie Pilonilli is the best decision you can take!
Identifying The Problem
Warts can form in different areas of skin with varying sizes and textures.
Identifying its type first makes the treatment procedure quicker and safer. These are some of the common types of warts:
At our clinic, we offer specialized wart treatment for each kind of wart.
We’ll examine the wart thoroughly, develop a treatment approach, and walk you through the whole process before proceeding further.
Wart Treatment Options
There are various conventional and modern techniques to treat warts.
Here are some of the proven methods that we use:
Topical creams containing salicylic acid or lactic acid gradually (up to 3 months) eliminate warts. Avoid if you have sensitive skin or allergies.
Cryotherapy is the most common wart treatment. It involves freezing the wart with liquid nitrogen. It may take multiple visits to cleanse the warts fully.
Opposite to cryotherapy, electrosurgery and curettage burn warts at extremely high temperatures. The wound takes around a couple of weeks to heal.
You can select the treatment you are most comfortable with, or we will guide you towards the most suitable option.