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Plantar Warts

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Plantar warts develop on the plantar areas of the feet, namely the soles or the bottom of the feet. Sometimes plantar warts can grow in a cluster, which is referred to as mosaic warts. Though they are generally harmless, plantar warts can be very painful and can require professional help.

Check the soles of your feet for bumpy growths. Sometimes these growths may come with one or multiple tiny black dot(s) in the center. Because plantar warts are easily confused with other foot conditions like corns or calluses, it’s important you seek professional help for proper treatment.

Since plantar warts are caused by HPV, or human papillomavirus, they are very contagious.

If you’d like more information about plantar warts and how they’re treated, we recommend you speak with a podiatrist for professional guidance and care.

Call (519) 258-3668 for an appointment.

 

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