Are you dealing with recurring warts that never seem to go away? The Foot, Ankle & Leg Vein Center is excited to announce that we are now offering an advanced technology that is successfully proven to treat surface-based skin lesions, specifically warts. This brand new, FDA-approved treatment, features no downtime after treatment – you can walk right out of the office. We are the ONLY providers of SWIFT for plantar wart treatment in the Boca Raton, Delray, and Boynton Beach areas.
So, what qualifies as a Plantar Wart? Let’s get to the main root of the word. “Plantar” comes from the Latin meaning “of the sole.” Unlike other forms of warts, Plantar Warts tend to be quite tender from daily activities like walking and standing, forcing them to develop even deeper into your skin. Like all warts, Plantar Warts are caused by the human papillomavirus (HPV) virus, specifically types 1, 2, 4, 60, and 63. Underneath the skin, the wart can have finger-like roots that reach down and grow, making them very difficult to treat effectively from the surface.
Typically, it takes anywhere from 3 to 4 sessions to fully complete the wart treatment. These treatments are only given once a month to better align with the body’s natural immune system. All it takes is 5-10 minutes out of your day – then you are free to go about your day. You won’t have to deal with changing bandages or re-opening a wound.
Since SWIFT utilizes your body’s immune system, it has a higher efficiency than other options that are available for plantar wart treatment. The technology works by targeting the root cause of the wart. For more information on SWIFT and how it compares to traditionally used methods, visit https://www.warttreatmentinfo.com/
You get the feeling of stepping on painful pebbles in your shoes.
You experience pain when compressing the sides of the wart.
You see a circular flat spot on the skin with a depressed area in the middle.
The warts appear “yellowed” with a crust and small black dots.
The lesion is painful, bleeding, or has changed color.
The wart reoccurs or multiplies – other treatments you have tried do not work.
Discomfort that prevents you from doing regular activities.
You have poor sensation in your feet.