Wart Treatments Bryan TX

Find top doctors who perform Wart Treatments in Bryan, TX. Whether you’re seeking treatment or looking to schedule a preventative screening, we can connect you with the best dermatologists near you in Bryan, TX.

Local Businesses

Malcolm Rude

(979) 776-8825
2304 De Lee Street
Bryan, TX 77802

Brown Angeletta

(979) 731-8100
5110 E Warner Rd Ste 100
Bryan, TX 77802

Malcolm J Rude

2304 De Lee St
Bryan, TX 77802

Jones, Terry M

1707 Broadmoor Dr Ste 100
Bryan, TX 77802

Jones, Terry M – Terry M Jones Pa

(979) 776-7767
1707 Broadmoor Dr, #100
Bryan, TX 77802

Saint Joseph Cardiac Rehab

(979) 821-7589
Optimal Nutrition, Llc2020 E Taxidea Way
Bryan, TX 77802

Malcolm J Rude

(979) 776-8825
2304 De Lee St
Bryan, TX 77802

Michael Dennis Mcmahon

2670 E 29Th St
Bryan, TX 77802

Terry Miller Jones

1707 Broadmoor Dr
Bryan, TX 77802

Clyde Milton Caperton

2605 Osler Blvd
Bryan, TX 77802

St Joseph Regional Health Center

Suite 140 15810 S. 45Th Street
Bryan, TX 77802

Rude Malcolm

(979) 776-8825
4530 East Muirwood Drive
Bryan, TX 77802

Terry M Jones

(979) 776-7767
1707 Broadmoor Dr – Suite 100
Bryan, TX 77802

Wart Treatments FAQ in Bryan, TX

Why am I suddenly getting lots of warts?

What causes warts? Warts are caused by an infection with the human papilloma virus (HPV). The virus causes an excess amount of keratin, a hard protein, to develop in the top skin layer (epidermis).

What foods increase warts?

Steer clear of sugary, processed and trans-fatty foods, along with caffeine and alcohol that have been found to feed the virus to keep warts thriving.

What’s the fastest way to remove a wart?

For common warts, look for a 17 percent salicylic acid solution. These products (Compound W, Dr. Scholl’s Clear Away Wart Remover, others) are usually used daily, often for a few weeks. For best results, soak your wart in warm water for a few minutes before applying the product.

Does freezing warts work?

Your child’s wart can be treated with liquid nitrogen. Liquid nitrogen freezes and destroys both the wart and a small area of normal skin around the wart.

How do you know when a wart is healing?

A plantar wart will appear to have gone away if the area feels smooth, there are visible lines of the skin crossing the treated area, there are no black dots, and the skin area may appear lighter.

Can warts spread in bath water?

Prevention of Spread to Others Avoid baths or hot tubs with other children. Reason: Warts can spread in warm water. Also, avoid sharing washcloths or towels.

What happens if you pick a wart and it bleeds?

A: A common wart should not bleed unless it is scraped, scratched or injured in some way. If a wart bleeds without a clear cause or bleeds profusely after injury, it is important to consult a doctor without delay.

How easily do warts spread?

Warts can spread from one part of your body to another, similarly to person-to-person spread. If you pick at, touch, or scratch a wart on one part of your body, then do the same to another body part, the warts can spread to the second body part.

How do you pull out a wart?

Once or twice a week, remove the dead wart material. Do this by paring it down with a disposable razor. This is easier to do than you think. It shouldn’t cause any pain or bleeding. Soak the area first in warm water for 10 minutes. Some children won’t want you to cut off the layer of dead wart.

Are warts STD?

Genital warts are a common sexually transmitted infection caused by a virus called Human Papilloma Virus (HPV). This virus is passed on through direct skin-to-skin contact with someone who has HPV on their skin.

What STD causes warts on hands?

Common warts are caused by the human papillomavirus (HPV). The virus is quite common and has more than 150 types, but only a few cause warts on your hands. Some strains of HPV are acquired through sexual contact.

How do I know if I have HPV warts?

Genital warts look like skin-colored or whitish bumps that show up on your vulva, vagina, cervix, penis, scrotum, or anus. They kind of look like little pieces of cauliflower. You can have just one wart or a bunch of them, and they can be big or small. They might be itchy, but most of the time they don’t hurt.