Warts, a common skin infection caused by a virus called Human Papilla, are noticeable benign lumps (non cancerous) between 2-4 mm and brown to black in color. Warts sometimes appear on exposed surface generating discomfort. Instigated by diverse causes they can happen at any area of the body, predominantly on exposed areas i.e. face, feet, and hands. Though warts are said to be transmittable, it may so happen that the problem can be confined to one member in a family and not infected to others. Nonetheless, extreme care needs to be taken when it comes to maintaining hygiene so as to avoid transmission. Also there are warts which occur in private areas affected by other types of virus. At times they disappear by themselves though the period of time taken for natural vanishing varies from person to person. Types of warts include flat warts, common warts, plantar warts, mosaic warts, et al.
Warts that may affect any part of the body are addressed with Electro Cauterization process at Follicles. A focused and specific treatment methodology, generally deployed during micro surgeries, involves laying a grounding pad on the client’s body following which local anesthesia would be given conditional on complexity of treatment. Then the expert would exercise a small probe with soft electric flow running through it to close up or wipe out the tissue. The client need not worry about the electric current entering the body as only the warmed up tilt of the probe would come into contact with tissue. Further the location where the skin has undergone the surgery would be coated with gel to avert burns.