Wart Treatments Palm Bay FL

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

Local Businesses

Eggen Steven D

(321) 724-1200
5055 Babcock St Ne
Palm Bay, FL 32905

Filiberto Frank P

(321) 676-3101

Palm Bay, FL 32905

Das R K

(321) 725-9800
1071 Port Malabar Blvd Ne – Ste 111
Palm Bay, FL 32905

Domkowski Patrick Ph.D.

(321) 309-5100
6100 Minton Rd Nw
Palm Bay, FL 32907

Hofeldt Marchelle K

(321) 952-5988
1421 Malabar Rd Ne
Palm Bay, FL 32907

Befanis Paul J Pa

(321) 674-0200
190 Malabar Rd Sw
Palm Bay, FL 32907

Dillon Mar C Pa

(321) 722-8410
1425 Malabar Rd Ne
Palm Bay, FL 32907

Florida Dermatology Associates

(321) 768-1600
5070 Minton Rd Nw, Ste 5
Palm Bay, FL 32907

Dambek Renata

(321) 727-7256
1071 Port Malabar Blvd Ne
Palm Bay, FL 32905

Ali Attiya Faap

(321) 984-8808
2105 Palm Bay Rd Ne – Ste 3
Palm Bay, FL 32905

Das Rk

(321) 725-9800
1071 Port Malabar Blvd Ne, Ste 111
Palm Bay, FL 32905

Florida Dermatology Associates

(321) 728-1208
5070 Minton Rd Nw
Palm Bay, FL 32907

Desai Shekhar S

(321) 951-0122
5200 Babcock St Ne
Palm Bay, FL 32905

Hammond Daniel

(321) 725-5050
490 Centre Lake Dr Ne
Palm Bay, FL 32907

Donovan Jeremiah

(321) 434-8210
1421 Malabar Rd Ne
Palm Bay, FL 32907

Filiberto Frank P

(321) 676-3101
2105 Palm Bay Rd Ne Ste 6W
Palm Bay, FL 32905

Brady Jennifer

(321) 409-9101
820 Palm Bay Rd Ne
Palm Bay, FL 32905

Brevard Eye Center

160 Malabar Road Southwest
Palm Bay, FL 32907

Wart Treatments FAQ in Palm Bay, FL

Can warts be permanent?

There are a number of different treatments that can make warts go away more quickly – but they don’t always work. Viral warts aren’t the same as “senile warts” (seborrheic keratosis), which usually first appear in older age and aren’t contagious. Senile warts are also quite harmless, but permanent.

Are warts contagious?

Warts are very contagious. The virus can spread from person to person or from different parts of the body through: Direct contact with a wart. Touching something contaminated with the virus, such as towels, doorknobs and shower floors.

How many treatments does it take to get rid of warts?

To completely remove a wart, the treatments may be needed every 1 to 3 weeks for a total of 2 to 4 times. If no improvement is noted, your doctor may recommend another type of treatment. Other treatments for warts on the skin. Your doctor may choose to burn the wart, cut it out, or remove it with a laser.

Can you get warts from kissing?

The short answer is maybe. No studies have shown a definitive link between kissing and contracting human papillomavirus (HPV). However, some research does suggest that open-mouth kissing could make HPV transmission more likely.

How can you tell if a wart is HPV?

Your doctor will examine you or take a biopsy (a sample of the wart) to see if you have genital warts. They might draw a blood sample to test for HIV and syphilis. Depending on the results, they may also refer you to a specialist for further testing.

What is good for warts naturally?

Home Remedies for Warts They rub warts with garlic, or apply a paste made of baking powder and castor oil. They crush vitamin C tablets into a paste to cover the wart. They even soak warts in pineapple juice. Prolonged application of duct tape also has its fans, although evidence does not support its use.

What STD causes warts in mouth?

Most people with oral HPV infections don’t have symptoms. Because they don’t realize they’re infected, they’re more likely to transmit the virus to a partner. Some people develop oral HPV lesions — such as sores or warts on their lips, inside their mouth or in their throat — though this is less common.

Are there non STD warts?

Non-genital warts (verrucas) are an extremely common, benign, and usually a self-limited skin disease. Infection of epidermal cells with the human papillomavirus (HPV) results in cell proliferation and a thickened, warty papule on the skin.

Do warts mean you have a weak immune system?

In many cases, your immune system quickly fights off the virus long before outward signs, such as warts develop. If, however, your immune system is slow to recognize or respond to the HPV strain, you’re more likely to develop warts.

How long do you keep a wart bandaid on?

Leave in place according to package directions. Remove and place a new patch/bandage as directed (usually every 8 to 48 hours depending on brand). Repeat this procedure for up to 2 weeks for corns and calluses and 12 weeks for warts.