Skin Treatment


Warts are noncancerous (benign) rough bumps that form on the skin. They develop when the human papillomavirus, or HPV, enters a cut or break in the skin and causes an infection.

Who might get warts?

Children are more prone to warts because they get a lot of cuts. Still, anyone can get warts. People with autoimmune disease or weakened immune systems, including the elderly, are more susceptible to the virus that causes warts.

Clinical Result


Where do you get warts?

Face: Flat warts affect the face and forehead.
Feet: Plantar warts appear on the soles of the feet. These warts look like calluses with tiny black dots in the center. They are often painful and form in clusters.
Genitals:: Warts that form on the penis, vagina or rectum are called genital warts. These warts are a type of sexually transmitted infection. You get genital warts through sexual contact with an infected person.
Periungual and subungual:These warts form under or around fingernails and toenails.


Laser treatment:

laser light is used to heat and destroy tiny blood vessels inside the wart. The process cuts off blood supply, killing the wart.Rfcautry and Co2 laser is used here at skin avenues for wart removal.

What is the treatment?

If you aren’t bothered by the way the skin tag looks and it does not hurt, then your skin tag may not need treatment. In fact, most skin tags do not need treatment. Some may fall off on their own.But you may need treatment if,

The skin tag becomes irritated or bleeds easily.
Its appearance bothers you.

Treatment options?

Here at Skin Avenues Clinic we use radiocautry to burn and cut the skin tag at the same time
Heat (cauterization) to burn it off or to stop bleeding.

Does skin tag removal hurt?

Skin tag removal procedures can cause mild discomfort. A numbing cream is applied to reduce the pain.The treatment area will likely scab over in the days following the procedure.

What can I do to prevent future skin tags?

Steps you can take include:

Maintaining a healthy weight.
Getting regular exercise.
Avoiding jewelry and clothing that may rub against your skin.