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How are warts typically treated?
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In brief: Many ways
In brief: Many ways
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Dr. Arnold Beresh
Podiatry , 33 years in practice
Dr. M. Jay Petruska
Family Medicine
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In brief: Warts
Warts are typically treated in a primary care office with liquid nitrogen.
The wart is "frozen", thawed and "frozen" oce again. In 1-2 weeks the wart should fall off.

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In brief: Warts
Warts are typically treated in a primary care office with liquid nitrogen.
The wart is "frozen", thawed and "frozen" oce again. In 1-2 weeks the wart should fall off. Get an answer that is personalized to you ›
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Dr. M. Jay Petruska
Family Medicine , 24 years in practice
Dr. Clarence Lyons
Family Medicine
In brief: Also
Also, duct tape can be used to treat certain warts in certain areas.

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Also, duct tape can be used to treat certain warts in certain areas. Get a more personalized answer to your question ›
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Dr. Clarence Lyons
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