Wart hyfrecation - Childrens Podiatry
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Wart hyfrecation

Wart hyfrecation

Warts are a viral infection caused by the human papillomavirus. There are many wart therapies on the market which may be difficult in determining the most effective treatment. At Children’s Podiatry Clinics, we like to treat conservatively in the beginning through home remedies, chemical acids and over the counter products however if found unsuccessful, wart hyfrecation can be recommended. Hyfrecation is a form of electric surgery in which current is used to heat up the tissue and thereby destroy them. Your podiatrist will recommend the best treatment plan depending on the severity of the wart and also taking into consideration patient’s tolerance level. As well as attending treatments in the clinic, addressing environmental factors is pivotal.