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Laser Warts Removal in Malaysia: Safe and Effective Solutions

Removing warts has become more effective and painless with the advent of technology.

Radiofrequency wart removal with this tool is the best option for evenness of skin texture, offering the doctor better control over the depth of removal and reducing scarring.

Effective Treatment of Warts by Our Experienced Physician

  • Effective to Remove Raised Warts
  • Quick and Convenient, No Down Time
  • Painless and bloodless
  • Can remove all the lesions in a ONE SESSION

What are Genital Warts?

Genital warts are caused by human papillomavirus strains (HPV). One of the causes of soft growths on the genitals is known as genital warts. They can cause irritation, itching, and pain. Both men and women can get genital warts, and they can happen at any age.

These flesh-coloured or grey growths can be found in the genital area and anal region.

Can HPV Warts Be Prevented?

The FDA has approved HPV vaccines such as Gardasil and Gardasil 9. HPV vaccines can protect men and women from the most common HPV strains that cause genital warts, as well as HPV strains related to cancer.

Gardasil 9 protects against a total of 9 viral types (hence the name). The HPV vaccine can be given to patients as young as nine years old. For adults, Gardasil 9 should be administered on a 3-dose schedule at 0, 2 months, and 6 months.

What To Expect From Radiosurgery LASER Removal

Compared to the old conventional scissors and scalpel methods, radiofrequency offers a more comfortable, bloodless, and scar-minimising experience with faster recovery compared to the traditional scissors and scalpel method.

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What Are The Advantages Using RF Laser

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Since no needle is required for anaesthesia (using our special anaesthetic cream)

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The RF laser is so effective that it produces very minimal bleeding. Thus, it is suitable for those with bleeding tendencies.

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All the warts can typically be removed in a single session as compared to cryotherapy, acid cream, or podophyllin.

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There is no risk of infection or other common complications, thus ensuring a fast recovery.

How It Is Done?

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  • A strong local anaesthetic cream was applied to the site.

  • The area is then cleaned using antiseptic solutions.

  • The warts are desiccated with radiosurgery, which uses special tips powered by electricity to damage the warts.

  • This procedure utilises the radiosurgery electrode loop to gently shave the mole away (layer by layer) from the surface of the skin. The skin is cauterised at the same time as the device gently shaves the warts.

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FAQs on Laser Warts Removal

Pigmentation in the area may reoccur if there are hyperpigmented cells located beneath the surface of the skin. If this pigmentation occurs after we have provided the radiofrequency mole removal treatment, we recommend coming in for a re-treatment of the area. It has nothing to do with the method of removal; it’s simply a matter of the skin’s pigment. If this reaction occurs after treatment, we can look into providing treatments to address this concern.

1) Topical medication: A person applies a cream or liquid directly to the warts for several days each week for several weeks. Topical wart treatments that your doctor can prescribe include:

– Podophyllin

Trichloroacetic acid, or TCA.

However, local skin irritation and ulcers are common complications.

2) Cryotherapy: using liquid nitrogen or a “cryoprobe.” This method freezes the wart. It’s a great therapy because it has a fast reaction rate with minimal side effects.

The Centres for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Trusted Source reports that infection with HPV, the virus that causes genital warts, is the most common STI in the U.S. That said, only 10% of people who come into contact with HPV develop genital warts, and many people have HPV infection but no symptoms.

The CDC estimates that 1 in 100 sexually active adults in the U.S. have genital warts at any one time.

The human papillomavirus (HPV) causes warts. There are more than 40 strains of HPV that affect the genital area. Genital warts are almost always spread through sexual contact. Your warts don’t have to be visible for you to spread the infection to your sexual partner. Most people who are sexually active get infected with genital HPV at some point. Factors that can increase your risk of becoming infected include:

  • Having unprotected sex with multiple partners
  • Having had another sexually transmitted infection
  • Having sex with a partner whose sexual history you don’t know
  • Becoming sexually active at a young age
  • Having a compromised immune system, such as from HIV or drugs from an organ transplant

Genital warts can be passed on through skin-to-skin intimate contact with someone who has the wart virus or through sharing sex toys. The virus can remain in the body and be passed on before warts become noticeable or after they have disappeared. It is rare, but possible, for warts to be transmitted through oral sex.

You cannot catch warts by sharing cutlery, toilet seats, towels, swimming pools, baths, cups, and plates. How are genital warts diagnosed?

HPV infection complications can include cancer. Cervical cancer has been closely linked with genital HPV infection. Certain types of HPV are also associated with cancers of the vulva, anus, penis, and mouth and throat. HPV infection doesn’t always lead to cancer, but as we all know, prevention is better than cure.