Warts are benign skin tumors caused by papilloma viruses. Viruses infect as a contact and cause single or multiple clusters. Common warts (verruca vulgaris) are common in children and adolescents and usually occur in the hands and feet. At first, the smooth Papula round papula becomes a knotty, lighter, cauliflower formation on the other skin. Warts can appear in a short time and sometimes stay for several years. Warts on the soles (verrucae plantares) are often painful because they grow inside the skin due to body weight. Sometimes adjacent warts merge to form a mosaic-like formation. The warts may harden to look like stumps and may also form a stump around them. Warts on the soles of the foot are difficult to treat. Genital warts (Condyloma acuminatum) are transmitted sexually and occur in the genital or anal area. There may be warts on both the skin and the mucous membrane, such as the urethra. Certain types of viruses that cause warts can cause cervical cancer in women and can currently be protected against vaccination. In a healthy person, warts usually heal without treatment, but healing can be accelerated with a variety of topical treatments, liquid nitrogen freezing, diathermy, and many types of laser treatments. The treatment method will be selected on a case-by-case basis, taking into account any previous treatment attempts, the location and size of the wart, and the time available for recovery. Small warts will heal with a couple of treatments, but especially on the large soles of the soles, more treatments are needed. Video description and editing MediaStage Ky.