The Aftercare Treatment Required for Your Wart Removal Procedure

Warts are that non-cancerous rough bumps that appear on the skin that is caused by the human papillomavirus (HPV).

This virus can enter your skin through some cuts or breaks and causes an infection. They are contagious as they can transfer from one person to another by any physical contact with the wart. The most common areas to be infected include hands, feet and genitals.

Generally,  do not pose any serious threats but based on their appearance and affecting areas it is generally recommended to remove the wart before the infection spreads.

Especially these genital warts, don’t have a cure, but can be treated through topical ointments or surgical procedures.

If you or any of your family members are facing this kind of wart infection, then before it is too late make an appointment with the nearest aesthetic centre.

Retens is a medical aesthetic centre that is around 6000 sq. ft of comfortable and spacious place which has helped people with different services including the 脫疣.

They make use of all high-end technology and advanced medical instruments that meet the international standards.

One thing that we all need to understand is that removing warts through topicals or surgical procedures will not be sufficient, because the virus will still be inside your body.

Just like any other surgical procedure, this one also requires some after-care process to be followed.

Firstly, let us understand some factors that can affect healing:


1. Lesion location

Areas, where there is less blood or oxygen supply, which have frequent friction and movements and which are exposed to sun, can experience slow healing.

2. Size and shape

It is very common that smaller wounds will heal faster as compared to bigger wounds. Similarly, thin incisions can heal quickly as compared to round wounds.

3. Procedure Type

Less invasive procedures require lesser time to heal as compared to the other office procedures with larger incisions.

4. Immune system

People with a poor immune system may experience low healing.

Here are some 脫疣後護理 process to be followed:

  1. Always keep the wounds clean and dry and avoid touching them with bare hands. Take a warm water bath and dry that area with the hand dryer to remove the moisture off it.
  2. Avoid scratching that area as the wounds may bleed and you may spread the infection. If itching persists, you can apply an ice pack to it.
  3. Avoid any physical contact with the opposite person after the surgery. The friction which is generated through this skin-to-skin contact can delay the healing process.
  4. Moreover, you also need to remember that the HPV virus is still present in your body and you can spread it to your partner.

If you observe all these aftercare processes, there are higher chances that your wounds will be healed in a shorter duration. This can also prevent from spreading the infection further.

If you face any more bleeding, pain or difficulties, immediately call your doctor and get the wound checked to prevent any further problems.