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    The treatment for Warts includes the below options it could be one of the below or a combination of the below.

    • Dinitrochlorobenzene (DNCB) – Treating the wart with Dinitrochlorobenzene (DNCB) like salicylic acid is the most commonly used process to get rid of unwanted warts. The cure rate is as high as 75% with this method of treatment.
    • Cryotherapy – Cryotherapy involves freezing the wart with the help of liquid nitrogen. The affected area is first treated with a local anaesthetic, the wart is then cut with surgical scissors and the area is then treated with liquid nitrogen. The patient won’t experience discomfort because of the local anaesthetic.
    • Laser therapy – Our top end laser equipment is another way of bidding adieu to warts. The laser technique involves exposing the warts to an intense laser beam to burn off the wart tissue. We use local anaesthetic to reduce burning sensation caused while carrying out this therapy.
    • Autoinoculation – Autoinoculation means implanting a little from oneself wherein cells are removed from the patient and altered medically and re-inserted into them. The skin cells that are affected by a Human Papillomavirus (HPV) are retrieved by excising the warts, mincing them and transporting them to another part of the body through dermal pockets. This works like immuno-therapy to target and eradicate remote warts by changing the structure of the DNA that has been affected by the virus. Reduction in warts is significant in the patients that have undergone autoinoculation therapy and at times two or three sessions were enough for a complete treatment.