Surgical Wart Removal in Turkey
For a clean and smooth skin surface
Warts are not only an aesthetic problem. Certain types can also be very painful. Especially children and adolescents are predestined for warts. This is because all warts are infected with human papillomaviruses (HPV), which the young body cannot fight decisively, especially on the first contact. Age warts, on the other hand, do not occur until the age of 50. As a rule, these are benign skin growths that develop from the so-called age spots.
Some warts, such as genital warts, cause unpleasant itching symptoms. Thorn warts under the soles of the feet cause severe pain when walking. Above all, however, the skin growths disturb from an aesthetic point of view. If you also appear in larger numbers and form so-called beds, they should be surgically removed. This is a small operation that only takes a few minutes.
In most cases, warts are treated surgically in Turkey. The area in question is anesthetized locally, and the treatment is entirely painless. A scalpel-like spoon scrapes out the wart, and the root is removed. After the small wound has been treated, the patient can leave our clinic in Istanbul. The wound must then be cared for regularly to prevent infection and heal without problems. However, the treatment method of freezing warts is also frequently carried out.
Consultation with the Doctor
Before the surgical removal of warts in Istanbul, we conduct a detailed consultation with you. We will explain the procedure and further procedure for you. Detailed information about possible risks arising in connection with the treatment is obligatory. The consultation can also take place on the day of the operation and is free of charge.
Warts Removal Before and After Surgery
The treatment is carried out by Prof. Dr. E. Ismail or a specialist in the clinic in Istanbul. If the operation was performed on foot, activities should be severely restricted and should ideally be avoided. Otherwise, a warm, slightly damp climate will quickly develop in the shoe, which will disrupt the healing process.