Fotona laser and treatment warts

What is a wart and what is its cause

What is a wart and what is its cause?

Fotona laser and treatment warts: Wart is a viral disease caused by the human papillomavirus.

It should be noted that so far more than 70 types of wart viruses are known to be effective in causing warts.

Some of these viruses can only infect the skin,

others only the mucous membranes (such as the external genitalia and even the internal genital areas of women and the mucous membranes of the eyes, nose and throat),

and some infect all the skin and mucous membranes.

One of the most important factors for the increase of warts is the moist environment (such as those who sweat more on the soles of their feet or those who deal more with water or work with wet materials) and chewing nails and manipulating the wart.


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Types of warts

Skin lesions are divided into two types: papules and the other type is called macules.

Warts are a type of skin lesion that grows in different parts of the body and has a specific appearance and is generally classified into the following.

Common warts

Common warts appear as hard, rough, flesh-colored bumps, often on the back of the hands, fingers, around the nails, and feet.

They may have black dots.

Flat warts

Flat warts usually grow on the face, thighs or arms, are small and have a smooth surface and can be pink,

brown or slightly yellow.

Filiform warts

These warts grow fast and are like shiny, pointed threads.

Filiform warts grow around the mouth or nose and sometimes on the neck or under the chin and are the same color as the skin.

Plantar warts

The pressure of walking causes these types of warts to grow inside the skin, and because they are hard and thick.

Some people confuse them with calluses.

Look for black spots on the soles of the feet to identify them.

Genital warts or HPV

One of the most common skin lesions is HPV.

HPV (human papilloma virus) is a virus that is transmitted through unhealthy sex and causes genital warts.

The virus is usually more effective in women than men.

The virus, and consequently its warts, need timely treatment and attention,

otherwise it is more likely to become cancerous.

What are the advantages of laser wart?

Fotona offers a new way to treat warts.

The benefit of laser treatment with Fotona warts is that the ability of the laser to penetrate deeper,

allows a more complete invasion of the human papillomavirus and has made,

Fotona laser treatment the method of choice for treating people.

Be recognized as having a weak immune system.

According to studies by Tehran University of Medical Sciences, the rate of wart removal by

Fotona laser is many times more effective than cryotherapy in the treatment of warts and,

the rate of wart recurrence in people who laser Fotona is less than those who cryotherapy.

Number of sessions for wart treatment

In other words, it often takes two or more sessions of cryotherapy to clear a wart,

and sometimes it does not work at all and the treatment method needs to be changed,

while in laser Fotona treatment, the wart will disappear in the first session and recur.

The number of laser sessions and treatment methods are determined by a specialist team

at the Medidermic Center.


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Side effects of Fotona laser

In the Fotona laser, we will not see any side effects such as burning sensation, wound effect and pain,

and with the assurance that the tissue damage will not exceed 1 mm in depth, it will be minimized.

After laser Fotona warts, an antibiotic ointment is applied daily to the laser site, and in the second week,

restorative creams such as cicalfate cream can be used.

In wet and wrinkled areas of the body, such as the genital area or the groin, the lasered area should be kept as dry as possible.

In principle, the Fotona laser site does not require dressing and does not require much care,

especially in cases where the extent of the lesion is not large.

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