Warts laser treatment

During laser surgery, an intense beam of light is used to burn and destroy the wart tissue. It is a fairly common and quick procedure that can be performed in the office. Although it is usually reserved for the largest and most difficult cases of warts, it is important to keep in mind that laser wart removal does not guarantee results.

There are several different methods for removing warts with a laser. The technique Advanced Dermatology uses is pulsed dye laser (PDL), which cuts out the blood vessel that delivers nutrients to the wart, burning away the virus and simulating an immune-like response.

The recovery time after laser wart removal can be long and it is common for the treated area to be painful for several days afterwards. Occasionally, several treatments are required.


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