Warts & Mole Removal Treatment in Gurgaon




Warts is a viral infection caused by Human Papilloma Virus (HPV), also known as warts virus. It can affect any part of the body from head to toe, including the genital areas like near & inside the anus, vagina, or on the male private parts. It is brown to black in color. At times warts may also become a cause of social embarrassment for many.

Warts could be of different types, which decide its severity level. In some cases, warts tend to disappear as its own, however it might re-occur in few cases. The most advance wart removal treatment available today is the Laser treatment. It eliminates the blood supply to the wart and can easily remove warts from anywhere on the body without creating a wound leaving minimal scarring effects.

Wart Types

Warts are more likely to appear on face, scalp, palmer & plantar skin(Palm & soles), genital areas and under the nails. Based on the area affected, warts are classified into the following types:-

  • Common warts
  • Flat warts
  • Genital warts
  • Periungual warts
  • Plantar warts
  • Filiform warts

However, flat warts & genital warts are the most common. Flat warts generally affects teenagers and children. They are smooth in appearance and commonly appear on face. Genital warts are generally pink or red in color. They are common in genitals, near pubic area, in and around anus and in vagina.

Is it Contagious?

Warts being a viral infection, it can get transmitted when a person gets into direct contact with another person having warts. People can catch this infection in salons very oftenly. So, it is advisable to use fresh products or sterilized instruments. Warts may also be acquired sexually, in and around the genital areas.

Treatment for Removing Warts

Treatment for Removing Warts

Warts can be treated in different ways depending on its severity.

  • Medical treatment: Medicines like oral Zinc & immunomodulators can be prescribed by your doctor. Salicylic acid & lactic acid preparations can be topically used. Sometimes, homeopathic medicines may also be useful.
  • Surgical treatment: Warts present on the skin can be easily removed in a single sitting with the help of laser wart removal treatment or electrosurgery. The CO2 laser or electrosurgery is used to burn the wart accurately without causing damage to the adjacent skin. Treatment to prevent recurrence should also be started to avoid recurrence.
  • Auto-inoculation: This treatment helps in generating immunity against the HPV virus in patients own body. This is a permanent solution to warts, if it succeeds.


What is a Mole?

Moles are growths on the skin that are usually brown or black in color. Moles can appear anywhere on the skin, either alone or in groups. It is genetically determined and more common on the sun exposed sides. It is normal to have a few moles on body, however, it may be embarrassing and putting down your confidence in some cases when they are over cosmetically significant sites like face and are more numerous, larger in size, irregular in shape and are present over nose and cheeks.

mole before and after removal

It is very important to differentiate your mole from skin tags, lentigines, freckles and age spots.


Moles are caused in the skin by the growth of cells in a cluster instead of being spread throughout the skin. These cells are termed as melanocytes, that produce melanin which is a natural pigment. Moles may get dark in color on exposure to the sun, during the teen years or during pregnancy.


  • Congenital nevi: Moles that are present at birth. These moles are more likely to develop into cancer than are moles that appear after birth.
  • Dysplastic nevi: Moles that are generally larger than average and irregular in shape. People with dysplastic nevi have a higher chance of developing skin cancer.
  • Simple Nevi: These are the moles that have appeared in later life and have negligible risk of malignancy.

Who is at Risk?

Moles are not dangerous in most of the cases but any noticeable change in a mole's color, height, size, or shape, is a reason to consult a dermatologist. You should also have moles checked if they bleed, ooze, itch, or become tender or painful.

Mole Removal Treatment

Moles can be removed by various methods. Choosing the right treatment will depend on the size, shape, anticipated depth and its location. Your dermatologist will first evaluate the mole and decide upon the best way to remove it without causing much scarring. A dermatologist will ensure that you achieve good cosmetic results post procedure.

Two common treatment modalities are :-

  • Radio frequency: In this treatment, a high energy source cuts and coagulates soft tissues using high frequency radio wave technology. It operates at 3.8 MHz to 4.1 MHz enabling a precise incision with significantly less heat and resultant thermal damage then typically found with conventional electro surgery.
  • Electro-surgery: It is useful to treat small and superficial lesions with good cosmetic results. Electro fulguration or light electrodessication, both with low current settings followed by curettage under local anaesthesia. Single cycle or multiple cycles may be required depending upon the depth of lesion.
  • Shave excision : It is a minor surgical procedure which is done to remove mole that are not very deep and relatively smaller in size.

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