Performed at our Duluth, GA medical office, north of Atlanta.
Warts vary in type and size, but can usually be removed in one to four treatments with a cosmetic laser. The lasers used for wart removal will be either a pulse dye laser or a CO2 Fractionated Laser, depending not just on the wart itself, but also on patient preference and personnel recommendation. Pulse dye lasers are less destructive and have a lower chance to scar. CO2 Fractionated lasers only require local anesthetic, however, while pulse dye lasers require a conscious sedation.
Warts can be found on any part of the body and Laser Lights Cosmetic Laser Center in Duluth, GA (north of Atlanta) can remove them with our cosmetic laser technology. Genital warts, however, are not treated with our lasers. Therefore, we suggest that patients experiencing these types of warts seek guidance from a dermatologist.
Frequently Asked Questions about Laser Wart Removal
Don’t warts go away on their own? Why should I get my wart treated?
Eventually, most warts do fade on their own. However, this can take months or even years, during which time the wart can be embarrassing and uncomfortable. Warts are also somewhat contagious because they’re caused by a virus, so the more time a wart spends on your skin, the more likely it is to cause new warts on other areas of your skin or on other people you contact as well.
Can laser wart removal treat all types of warts?
Depending on where the wart-causing virus gets into the skin, warts can appear on any part of the body, and our lasers can treat plantar warts, common warts, flat warts, and more. Typically, the only type of warts that our lasers cannot treat is genital warts, which should be evaluated and treated by a dermatologist.
Please contact our office in Duluth, just north of Atlanta, GA at (770) 495-9322 for more information or to set up your free consultation for wart removal at Laser Lights. You can also email us at email@example.com .