What are Plantar Warts?
Plantar warts are rough lesions that appear, most commonly, on the balls and heels of the feet. They are caused by the human papillomavirus (HPV) and can be contagious. While plantar warts do not represent a serious health problem, they can be unsightly and painful. These lesions can penetrate deep into the skin, making them difficult to treat with topical medicines.
We recommend you seek treatment for plantar warts as soon as possible to avoid spreading this virus to your friends and family. The longer you leave warts untreated, the more likely they will persist. If you experience any of the following symptoms, you should not hesitate in seeking treatment:
- Pain on the bottom of the feet while walking (as if stones are in your shoes).
- Crusted lesions on the feet, often featuring black dots.
- Discomfort in the feet that affects everyday activities.
- Circular spots on the skin which are depressed in the middle.
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If you are interested in making the most of Swift treatment for plantar warts, we are ready and waiting to hear from you. Treating a wart in its early stages will improve your chances of a positive outcome and protect your loved ones from possibly developing warts. Call us today at (252) 638-4700 or fill out our contact form.