What Are Warts?
Common warts are a contagious skin condition caused by human papillomavirus (HPV) viruses. They usually form on the hands and feet as rough-textured growths that are often cauliflower-shaped. Warts on the feet can cause walking or exercising to be painful, making wart removal necessary.
Wart Removal Options
Dermatologists most often make the diagnosis of warts by looking
Medicines often slow and less successful
What Are Moles?
Moles, also referred to by the medical term nevi, are usually harmless skin growths that can develop on any area of the body. They generally have a uniform black or brown color and can be flat or raised. Whether you think of them as blemishes or beauty spots, they appear on just about everyone’s skin and are caused by pigment-producing skin cells called melanocytes.
Moles often appear in the early stages of a person’s life. They can change slightly as one ages, and new ones can continue to develop. Mole development is believed to be linked to sun exposure and genetics. Patients who find moles unsightly can have cosmetic mole removal. Flat moles may require different mole removal techniques than raised ones.
Types of Moles
- Congenital Moles/Birthmarks
- Common Moles/Acquired Moles
- Atypical Moles/Dysplastic Nevi
Mole Removal option