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Warts on beard area
I am suffering from warts on beard area from last 3 year .i will take homeopathy treatmemt also but no results are found . I also take laser treatment but new warts appears after 10 days of laser treatment .so please give me some permanent solution of removing warts
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Warts:-Warts can be removed through radiofrequency cautery by a dermatologist. No scarring after procedure. Safe and permanent
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Warts are infectious skin growths that are caused when a virus infects the top layer of the skin.  They appear as a small, rough growth on a person’s hands or feet, or on other parts of the body. There are many types of warts, some appearing flat or raised, sometimes they grow in large groups. They are harmless and not associated with any complications. A wart can spread easily, so avoid scratching or picking your warts. Also, do not touch somebody else’s wart as you may get it too. They can be painful and get infected if not treated for a long time. Most people prefer some method of wart removal since warts are often unattractive and bothersome especially if they are in the feet and hands. There are various procedures for wart removal such as Cryo therapy, electrocoagulation, laser therapy and sometimes radiofrequency as well.
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