Mosaic warts or plantar warts appears on the surface of the skin of the foot with which we walk. Plantar warts suffer the pressure of the whole body so they can be very painful and often interfere during walking. Often patients do not differ warts from fibromas (corns), and therefore not consult a dermatologist at the right time.
These type of warts create panels or mosaics and therefore the name of the mosaic warts. These warts spread very quickly and they are difficult to treat because they are extremely deep-set in the foot. If treatment begins at the time it is a lot of easier to cure these warts.
Warts on the foot can be found only on the sole, heel or instep. They are very delicate and can be recognized by the way they disturb the normal texture of the skin. They can be rough, bumpy, spongy, thick and / or scaly. Warts on the foot may be brown or gray in color (darker in the middle), unsightly and often painful if not treated.
Mosaic warts are usually larger than ordinary warts and flatter because of the pressure caused by walking on foot. They usually occur under the pressure points such as the heel or instep. If you look closely you’ll see wart small black dots in it.
Contrary to what many believe, it is not the root of wart. Black spots occur because of bleeding in warp on foot as a result of standing and walking on it.
Their spread contributes increased sweating and inadequate footwear, due to constant pressure during walk, they can grow deep into the skin, and therefore treatment of these warts is very difficult. They’re easy to recognize because they make the ring of thickened skin around warts .
Before you start the treatment of Mosaic warts, consult with your doctor first.