A plantar wart is a soft tissue condition of the sole of the foot that can be painful. Warts are caused by a virus that can enter the skin through small or unnoticeable cuts or abrasions. Self- treatment is not advisable because many over-the-counter medications contain acids and/or chemicals that could destroy healthy tissue along with the abnormal skin cells (warts). For this reason, patients should get professional warts removal in Norwalk.
If you have what seems to be warts on your foot, you should see a professional dermatologist like our expert, Dr. Halasz for diagnosis and safe, effective warts removal in Norwalk. Some potential treatments for warts include: a simple surgical procedure to remove the wart done with a local anesthetic and CO2 laser cautery. CO2 laser cautery is a laser procedure that is performed under local anesthesia either at the podiatrist’s office or at an outpatient surgical facility. Lasers are safe and effective and reduce post-surgical scarring. Wart treatment will vary from patient to patient depending on the case. Our professional podiatrist will provide you with a treatment plan specifically for you after completing a full evaluation and obtaining important information. If you have warts and need a highly trained podiatrist who can provide you with professional warts diagnosis and treatment, you’re in the right place. Our expert, Charles L. G. Halasz, M.D. is fully equipped to provide you with effective wart diagnosis and treatment. Our high-quality practice can assist you with diagnosing and treating your warts. You’ll be in excellent hands with our highly skilled, experienced and compassionate doctor. In addition to warts treatment, our dermatologist treats a variety of conditions and offers many quality services including: acne, various aesthetic procedures, alopecia areata, eczema, melanoma and skin cancer, hair and nail issues, moles, vitiligo and psoriasis.
If you have warts or have another issue, don’t wait. Contact our office to schedule your warts removal in Norwalk appointment today.