Warts are skin growths that are caused by the human papillomavirus (HPV). There are more than 60 kinds of HPV, some of which tend to cause warts on the skin. HPV stimulates quick growth of cells on the skin's outer layer. In most cases, common warts appear on the face, neck, back and chest, the fingers, or on the hands.
The wart and the area around it will be cleaned. Your caregiver may give you numbing medicine so you will have little pain. Tell your caregiver if you are allergic to any numbing medicines, like novacaine, lidocaine, or epinephrine. A tool with a thin, needle-like hot tip is put on your wart. The skin cells are killed by the heat which burns them. The area around your wart may look like it is charred (white and swollen). Your caregiver will remove the dead skin. A skin sample may be sent to the lab for tests.
The treatment will take about 20 to 30 minutes. Your caregiver will cover the area with a bandage. It is very important to keep your wound clean with soap and water to prevent infection. You may cover it with a small bandage to protect it for a few days. If the bandage gets wet, change it with a clean, dry bandage. A soft scab will form over the treated area. It will drop off by itself and leave a small scar.
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Teeth Whitening has become one of the most requested cosmetic treatments, and for good reason. Studies have shown that a beaming white smile not only makes you more attractive, it also helps you appear more intelligent, successful, and friendly! Everyone feels better when they have great looking white teeth.
You would be required to do a consultation to recommend the sessions needed to whiten your teeth. During the treatment, a hydrogen peroxide gel of 25 percent is used, and there will be three 15-minute sessions. Your lips, gums and eyes are protected and covered from the UV light, which activates the hydrogen peroxide.
Without question, we all WANT a nice white smile. Book your Teeth Whitening sessions with us.
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