The fastest way to remove warts is to surgically cut them out, according to the American Academy of Dermatology. If the patient does not opt for surgery, then she can opt for the wart to be burned off with electricity or... More »

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 »

It is possible to remove warts using duct tape, according to WebMD. In a 2002 study, the duct tape method proved to be more effective than cryotherapy, a wart removal process consisting of liquid nitrogen applied to the ... More »

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The human papillovirus, or HPV, causes warts, on the legs and elsewhere, notes American Academy of Dermatology. People are more vulnerable to this virus when they have scrapes or cuts on the skin. More »

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It is possible to remove warts by using a freezing spray that is similar to dry ice and that is available over the counter; the spray forms a blister around the wart that eventually falls off, according to the American A... More »

The American Academy of Dermatology lists several ways to treat water warts, scientifically known as molluscum contagiosum. During cryosurgery, a dermatologist freezes the wart using liquid nitrogen. The doctor may also ... More »

It is not clear why duct tape helps get rid of warts, according to the American Academy of Dermatology. Scientific research has not shown conclusively that duct tape alone or in conjunction with other treatments removes ... More »

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