A plantar wart is the result of a skin infection. It resembles a small bulging point. Contamination occurs through direct contact of the virus on the skin. It is transmitted by an infected person, often in public places, such as swimming pools, spas, gymnasiums, etc.
The wart can appear in several forms and can also be grouped into clusters. So it’s no surprise to find more than one on your feet.
The lifespan of a wart varies widely and depends on several factors, including the immune system of the infected person. Some warts require more treatment than others.
That’s why we suggest you don’t delay before consulting us!
WHILE WAITING FOR YOUR APPOINTMENT:
- Do not treat your wart with pharmaceuticals without a prescription;
- Wear stockings to avoid contaminating your loved ones.