Warts are one of the most common skin conditions and are caused by an infection with the human papilloma virus (HPV).
There are many subtypes of HPV, and various types are associated with warts in different areas (hands, feet, body, oral, genital, etc.).
These lesions can be small or grow quite large, and they often display small black dots that represent feeding capillary vessels.
- Children are generally more susceptible to warts on their hands and feet, but people of all ages can be affected.
They can be tough to treat, so if the various over the counter remedies are not working for you, call us for an appointment to have them assessed and treated.