Warts, Corns Removal

At Dr.Feroz Khan’s Cosmetic Outlook we take care of:

Warts / Corns /Skin tags / Keloids, by RF technique.

Tel # 91-9030-028-028 / 91-9032-093-093 / 91-9000-500-341 / 91-40-666-888-12.

About Warts:

The Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) is the cause of warts and is a viral infection of the skin. There are over 165 identified strains of HPV which cause warts such as genital warts, plantar warts and common warts appearing on the body. These frequently appear as cauliflower growths on the skin. Warts are highly contagious and spread through skin to skin contact.

There is no cure for the actual virus, but there are various treatment options for the symptoms that it produces. The most common warts are plantar warts on the feet, palmar warts on hands, filiform warts which can appear as a stalk on your face, or periungal warts which are warts under your fingernails and toenails. Approximately 1/3 (or 30 out of every 100) experience venereal warts, otherwise known as genital warts.
HPV treatments focus more on the symptoms since the virus itself is incurable. The goal of the medical professionals is to avoid HPV-related cancers such as cervical in females or the more uncommon cancers that appear in men, though these are hard to detect, and include penile cancer, anal cancer, as well as cancers in the head and/or neck. If you test positive for HPV, you may or may not necessarily need to receive treatment, but your doctor will want to monitor you closely to watch out for signs of any of these HPV-related cancers.

The most common HPV treatment is vaccines. These are given to males and females as early as their preteens, or tweens, just before they hit puberty and all the way to age 26 for females and 21 for the males. The vaccine is also highly recommended for gay men and bisexual men.  Also, these vaccines are given in shot form three times over a six month period.

Other HPV treatment options include the classic freezing using liquid nitrogen in cryotherapy, as well as Loop Electrosurgical Excision Procedure (LEEP). This latter method involves a special wire loop that removes any abnormal cells which are found in a woman. Women who are suspected as having HPV also undergo frequent Pap tests which help in the prevention of cervical cancer. The females also have a special magnifying device known as a colposcopy which doctors use to look closely at the vulva, cervix, and the vagina. For those women who are either pregnant or are attempting to conceive, you are encouraged to consult with your doctor prior to starting any of the aforementioned treatment options. Since these various forms of HPV treatment can drastically affect childbirth, some doctors put off the treatment until after the delivery of the newborn.

Warts Removal Treatment Before After Pictures

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  1. Keloid / Hypertrophic Scar treatment.

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  1. Description
    Hypertrophic scars and keloids may result from an overly brisk healing response following injury. Hypertrophic scars may appear as firm and thickened tissue at the site of a scar. Keloids may be identified by their tendency to grow beyond the borders of the original scar.
  2. Candidates for Keloid Treatment
    You may be a candidate for treatment if you find unsatisfactory the appearance of any hypertrophic scar or keloid located on the face, scalp or neck.
  3. Procedures – Non Invasive
    Various noninvasive and minimally invasive treatments may be employed to improve the appearance of hypertrophic scars and keloids. Contact our office to arrange for a consultation with Dr.Feroz Khan’s Cosmetic Outlook Clinic at Banjara Hills, Hyd.
  4. Surgery
    For more substantial hypertrophic scars or keloids or for those cases resistant to less invasive therapies, surgery may be considered. Typically, surgery alone may remove the hypertrophic scar or keloid but will not prevent recurrence. A customized extended treatment plan will be developed as needed in your particular case.

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