Warts

Every year over 3.5 million people in the United States are treated for verrucae, or warts. Clinical studies have proven that laser treatment of recalcitrant (resistant) warts is successful whereas treatment with acids, cryogenics, chemical agents, and surgical excision have failed.

 In one study, over two thirds of patients treated had their warts successfully removed in as few as two treatments. Here again, patients have benefited from the laser's gentle treatment. Because there is no open wound and minimal pain following the procedure, patients can resume their active lifestyles immediately... even when removing warts from anatomically sensitive areas.

Treatment works by selective absorption of laser energy by the blood supply which feeds the wart. The treated area then separates from the dermis and gradually sloughs off.