‘Plantar wart’ removal surgery is now available at an Arizona clinic
Posted October 05, 2018 03:07:25 The removal of a plantar warts is a procedure commonly referred to as “plantar wart surgery” or “plantarianism.”
Although the term may not be used correctly in English, the term is used in this article to describe the procedure, as well as to describe an alternative, less invasive treatment that is commonly used in Australia, and in many parts of the world.
For more information about the plantarian procedure, check out this video on the subject.
In this video, we talk with Dr. Michael Kranz, Director of the Center for Plantarianism at the University of Washington, about what the procedure is and how it is used.
Dr. Kranze said that the removal of plantar warts is very simple.
It requires a patient to remove a few small pieces of tissue that are attached to the wart.
Then the patient can apply pressure to the tissue and then remove the wart completely.
After the wart is removed, the patient’s skin should feel great, and the wart should be in the correct location for the surgeon to apply the filler.
In the video, Dr. Marko Kranzy and I also talk about the complications associated with plantarian surgery.
We discuss whether it is safe and effective for the patient to undergo the procedure at home, and how to get the best results from it.
You can watch the video below.
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