Wart Cross Section

Chronic plantar wart lesions can also develop hyperkeratinized tissue. When HK tissue is softened by the TDS Solutions the wart is elevated easily & removed with limited hemo. 

  No Needles Required!

Keratosis Cross Section

This photo illustrates why IPK's feel "...like a needle in my foot!". Note the underlying dermal layer is intact, but compressed, by the central core & associated hyperkeratinized tissue. 

Targets Hyperkeratinized Tissue

The TransDermSolutions Treatment System selectively targets the lesions' hyperkeratinized tissue causing it to swell and soften. This tissue is then readily & painlessly removed with a 3-5mm dermal curette - without anesthesia. 

TDS Preserves Normal Dermis

Even multi-core IPK lesions have the same structure. The underlying intact dermis rebounds when the hyperkeratinized tissue is 

removed - no open surgical wound requiring

extended healing occurs with TDS Treatment.

TDS Removes Chronic IPK's

Large & painful IPK softened and removed in a blood-free field without anesthesia. Lesion was unresponsive to cryosurgery, chemical agents and laser. TDS completed this in just 24 hrs! Click above photos to see this case...

No More Vesicants!

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Mosaic Warts Treated with TDS

Chronic warts on an 18 yr. old female treated successfully with TransDermSolutions (TDS) in a 24 hr. period. Click the photos above to see this & other treatment case photos & video...

Plantar IPK & Wart Cross Sections