Wart removal can be a challenge, but fortunately, the most effective treatments are the least invasive.
There are primarily four most common techniques for wart removals:
Cryotherapy: For common warts in adults and older children, cryotherapy (freezing) is the most common treatment. This treatment is not too painful and is common to need repeat treatments.
Electrosurgery and Curettage: These two procedures often are used together to help remove the wart by scraping it off before or after electrosurgery.
Excision: It is a surgical procedure in which wart is removed by cutting it out.
Cantharidin : Cantharidin causes a blister to form under the wart which helps to clip away the dead wart.