Warts

For many of us we have warts at some time. For most individuals warts usually go away on their own or people have them burned or freezed to remove the warts. For those who have tried to treat warts but have still have warts the good news is that we can help get ride of your warts. 

At Nielsen Clinic (Calgary), we help develop a treatment plan specific to your current health and skin care needs. Since warts are a low grade viral infection, we can help our patients get to the root cause of their skin problems. 

Below are sections offering information for common questions as well as various elements of warts. 

+ What is Warts?

Warts come from a virus called the human papilloma virus (HPV) and can be found anywhere on the human boady. There are four common types of warts:

Common Wart
Can be found on the fingers, hands, knees and elbows. These warts are small and feel like a hard bump. Sometimes it has a rough surface and looks like a head of cauliflower.

Flat Wart
Flat warts are smooth and about the size of pinhead. They usually are light brown, yellow or pink. They are often found on the face but can grow on the hands, arms and knees and often appears in clusters.

Plantar Wart
Plantar warts are found on the foot and sometimes can cause discomfort when a person put pressure on their foot.

Filiform Wart
Filiform warts grow around the mouth, eyes or nose and have a finger-like shape to them.

+ What causes Warts?

A viruses called human papillomavirus (HPV) cause warts. Warts are easily transmitted from person to person.

+ Who gets Warts?

Warts can show up at any age and may reoccur at age.

 

Natural Wart Treatment - NIELSEN CLINIC 3R's (Remove, Restore & Rejuvenate)

Remove Wart

Address warts by helping the immune system's detect and remove the HPV virus. 

 Restore Normal Skin Function

Restore the skin's normal function by addressing underlying physical and emotional stressors. 

Rejuvenate Your Skin

Help maintain normal skin function by rejuvenating your immune system to prevent recurrence of warts.