MESOTHERAPY AND Warts
The wart is a small skin protuberance or small lesion that can be induced by a micro-trauma, and can appear on almost any area of the body. It can be found on the hand, elbow, knee, face, foot and on the genitals.
Warts are benign (non-cancerous) skin tumors. They originate from the infection of the skin by a virus, the human papillomavirus (HPV), of which there are about fifty different types, some of which are more likely to give certain warts.
- Vulgar wart: aspect of a hard and rough dome of fleshy or greyish color and variable size. Sitting at the dorsal surface of the hands, fingers, more rarely palmar. It can be very embarrassing aesthetically
- Palmar wart: "myrmcia" which is a lesion most often unique, well circumscribed, punctuated with blackish points, and sometimes painful in support sitting on the heels and toes.
- Flat wart: seat especially at the level of the face and on the back of the hands. These are rounded or polygonal papular lesions (geometric shapes at several angles) of small size, flesh-colored or pigmented, found by tens or hundreds, in the form of plaques or scratches secondary to scratching.
Mesotherapy provides good results for the treatment of warts, due to its local and locoregional action, as well as the very stimulating action of micro injections in the dermis.
- Intra Dermal Intra on Plantar Warts
- Superficial Dermal Intra for other locations
Rhythm of sessions
- J1, J8 then every 15 days for 2 months
(When the lesions are at an early stage, use the Thiamine injection (Vitamin B1))
- Lidocaine 1% 1ML + Vitamin B1 (Bévitine) 1ml