Treat plantar warts with self-care methods such as over-the-counter medications and smoke, recommends Mayo Clinic. Use stronger treatments such as prescription-strength medications, surgical procedures and the human papi... More »

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The main difference between a plantar wart and other types of wart is that it develops on the soles of the feet. Another difference is in its appearance, which is usually flat with a layer of skin that hides the actual w... More »

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Laser surgery removes plantar warts by burning the tissue with an intense light beam, according to eMedicineHealth. The procedure generally takes place in a doctor's office, and patients frequently receive local or gener... More »

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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 »

There are several highly effective treatments for plantar warts, or warts found on the heels or balls of feet, such as the application of salicylic acid or going through cryotherapy, according to Mayo Clinic. While most ... More »

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Duct tape is a great home remedy for removing plantar warts, according to Mayo Clinic. Once the affected area has been covered for six days, the foot is soaked in water for 20 minutes then gently treated with a pumice st... More »

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Pictures of plantar warts are available on medical websites and on websites designed to bring attention to skin care. Photographic images of plantar warts help people determine whether or not the growths on their own fee... More »

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