While surgery or laser therapy isn’t that common of treatment for warts, sometimes this is the route to go for a stubborn one that does not seem to want to disappear. Interestingly enough, warts that resolve on their own do not scar, while they do scar with surgery. At times, a patient may need to visit a doctor for this treatment, and these professionals may also use the topical cream, along with laser therapy and surgery to remove a wart, to ensure that it clears successfully!
Wart removal is certainly not major surgery; however, under local anesthetics, the wart will be shaved off and removed with a surgical razor. Meanwhile, doctors can also use a precise laser beam to clear up a wart, via laser treatment.