Plantar warts are caused by a virus that enters into the skin by tiny scrapes or cuts. They will often appear as a spot of bumpy hard skin, often with tiny black dots. Sometimes, depending on the location and depth, plantar warts can be quite painful to walk on. People of every age can get plantar warts and they are often mistaken for calluses or other skin markings.
Because they are contagious, it is not unusual for warts to multiply across the foot or spread to other people sharing your space. Often, warts can be very difficult to get rid of, and will come right back after a treatment at the doctor's office or after using drugstore remedies.
Ask about our Wart Elimination Program to make sure that your wart disappears safely and for good.