In order for your foot to become infected with the wart virus, there must be a break of skin, ever so small, even smaller than the depth of a papercut. So the less time you spend barefoot, the less chance you have of contracting the wart virus affecting your foot. If you are not sure if that lesion on the bottom of your foot is a wart, contact us and make an appointment with one of our doctors and we can start a treatment plan right away. To learn more about warts, click here.
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