The wart's disruption of the normal plantar dermis surface is apparent and illustrates why so many patients describe the lesion
as a painful impediment to, what should be, their regular day-to-day activities.
Note the "pink" dermis where the original lesion was located. This outcome was achieved with-out invasive surgery, cryosurgery, vesicants, electrosurgery, or anesthesia. The patient was able to rehearse immediately without pain!
This is the plantar lesion's appearance after a simple, quick and painless debridement that was essentially blood-free. Amazingly, no needles or anesthesia were required for any phase of this treatment.
No More Vesicants!
No Needles Required!
DPM MD DO
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This was the chronic plantar wart on a college dancer's foot. The lesion adversely affects her ability to perform. Multiple surgical procedures were unsuccessful in improving her condition.
Note the bandage outline and the plantar lesion's appearance before any debridement. The patient reported she had experienced pain relief even before the lesion's removal.
The patient reports that the wart lesion, in its observed location, was very painful on a daily basis - especially during her dance activities. Quality of life was definitely being compromised.
College Dancer Plantar Wart TDS Treatment Photos