Laser wart removal is a method in which is used a laser beam, the principle of heating and evaporation of warts on body is the same as removing the warts with radio wave as well as anesthesia. The healing of wounds is longer than those of the other methods since the skin suffer much more damaging during the procedure.
The intervention is performed under local anesthesia with 1% lidocaine spray that is applied to the warts. The principle is that the warts are removed together with their root with laser vaporization. Wounds that remain after the intervention will be filled with new tissue, epithelialization requires 2-6 weeks depending on the size of the wart.
Laser wart removal is a good method, however, we do not have an accurate overview of depth to which we have operate and whether we destroy the edges during the intervention because they look relatively healthy, and in them are located virus particles which will later undoubtedly cause recurrence (recurrence of warts). Laser wart removal is painful wart treatment, requires the use of anesthesia and leave scars.
No doctor can guarantee intervention without any complications. Sometimes complications arise, despite careful execution of procedure. Early complications: post-operative bleeding and inflammation are very rare and can be easily removed. Traces of blood may appear on underwear day after the intervention if the warts were large and with deep root.
This is usually solved by placing a lining which will be recommended by a doctor. In the case of inflammation of the region around wounds, they becomes red, hot and tender. If you experience any complications call your doctor and he will tell you how to solve that problem.
Placing linings prescribed by your doctor on wounds should be several times a day. If scabs appear they should be left as they prevent secretion and inflammation. Powder and oils should be avoided. Complete healing period depends on the size and depth of the wart.