The sooner you come in to have a wart diagnosed and treated, the sooner you will get rid of it. Usually the longer you have had a wart, the more stubborn and difficult it is to treat, and the longer you have it, the more chances that it will spread to other areas of the foot, the other foot, or the other toes. Our treatment plan usually takes 4-6 treatments, with varying times depending on your body's reaction to the medication. The best thing to do is to call our office and have your wart examined and start treatment ASAP. The sooner you come in, the sooner you will be wart free!
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