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WARTREATMENT WITH LASER

OVERVIEW

Genital warts are one of the most common indicators of Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) infection and can be a source of both aesthetic and health concern. The use of electrocautery, which is among the traditional treatment methods, may sometimes lead to undesirable results such as leaving scars or discoloration on the skin. However, treatment using fractional carbon dioxide laser minimizes the risk of such complications while effectively removing warts.

ADVANTAGES OF laser treatment

Efficacy and Success Rate: Fractional carbon dioxide laser is an extremely effective method in destroying genital warts by vaporization. This method has a high success rate and a low relapse rate.

Minimal Invasiveness: Laser therapy has the ability to destroy warts in a controlled manner without damaging the surrounding tissue. This speeds up the healing process and reduces the chances of leaving scars on the skin.

Anesthesia Options: While local anesthesia may be sufficient for wide-based warts, treatment is possible under general anesthesia in cases of widespread warts, thus making the treatment process more comfortable for patients.

Aesthetic Results: In laser treatment, the probability of skin discoloration is quite low, which provides more aesthetically pleasing results.

TREATMENT PROCESS

The treatment process varies depending on the condition of the patient and the prevalence of the warts. Usually, local or general anesthesia is administered before starting the treatment. Then, using a fractional carbon dioxide laser device, the warts are targeted and destroyed. This method allows for careful and precise treatment of warts.

Post treatment

In the post-treatment period, patients usually experience a rapid recovery period. Laser treatment enables rapid healing with minimal risk of scarring. After treatment, the patient does not require any special care.