Wart Removal
Ashburn VA

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What Is A Wart?

Warts are a common condition that develops in different areas of the body as a result of infection by a type of human papillomavirus (HPV). There are several different types of warts, which may have a different appearance and tend to occur in different areas. In general, warts tend to appear on warm, moist parts of the body, such as the hands, feet, knees, and elbows.

Who’s More Likely To Get Warts?

Although they can affect anyone, warts are most common in children and young adults, as they are passed through direct contact with an infected area. Warts often appear as small skin growths that may be flat or slightly raised and can be brown, gray, pink or skin-colored.  Your doctor can diagnose warts through a simple physical exam.

Treatments We Offer for Warts

While warts are not usually considered harmful, they may be painful or embarrassing and should be thoroughly treated to relieve symptoms and prevent them from spreading to other people or other parts of the body. Most warts can be treated through conservative methods such as applying salicylic acid or cantharidin or by undergoing cryotherapy (freezing) treatments.

Patient Testimonial

"I have been a patient of Dr. Khan for the past several years.  I believe  Dr.  Khan to be a very competent and compassionate doctor. As a senior experiencing various skin issues, Dr. Khan and her staff have helped me through difficult procedures with patience and caring and success".

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Give us a call today at 703-723-9751 for more information about Warts or click here to schedule an appointment. Our offices serve Lansdowne, Aldie, Ashburn, VA & the surrounding areas!

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