When a wart isn't cured through home remedies, a dermatologist is able to treat and remove any warts. A dermatologist uses a number of different practices to treat the wart, including cantharidin, cryotherapy, electrosur... More »

Regular family doctors can remove warts from their patients' fingers, according to FamilyDoctor.org. Some methods doctors use are applying cantharidin or liquid nitrogen or burning the wart. More »

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One common wart treatment used by dermatologists is cryotherapy, states the American Academy of Dermatolgy, during which the doctor freezes the warts using liquid nitrogen. Excision is another simple dermatological wart ... More »

According to MedicineNet.com, remedies for common warts on the hands or feet are salicylic acid preparations, non-prescription freezing methods, home remedies and prescribed wart treatments. If none of these treatments a... More »

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Two popular home remedies for treating warts are tape occlusion and salicylic acid treatment, according to WebMD. Experts warn against any home remedies that call for a person to cut or burn a wart off as this can lead t... More »

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To remove plantar and palmer warts, WebMD suggests wrapping the area in duct tape, peeling the wart off with an over-the-counter treatment or freezing the wart off with liquid nitrogen. However, most warts go away on the... More »

A plantar wart is a solid, firm growth with a grainy texture caused by the human papillomavirus that commonly develops on the bottom of the foot, according to Mayo Clinic. The warts develop when the virus enters the skin... More »