Verruca Treatment

Verruca, commonly referred to as a wart, is a small, non-cancerous skin growth caused by the human papillomavirus (HPV). These warts often appear on the hands, feet, or other parts of the body. They are characterized by their rough texture and can be either flat or raised. Verrucas are highly contagious and can spread through direct contact or by touching surfaces that have come into contact with an infected person. While they are usually harmless and resolve on their own, some individuals may seek treatment due to discomfort or cosmetic reasons. Common treatments for verruca include over-the-counter medications, cryotherapy, laser therapy, or surgical removal. If you’re looking for effective verruca treatments or ways to prevent their spread, consult a qualified podiatrists for personalized advice.”