"Removing anal warts or genital warts is not a difficult task. However, when removing these warts, the physician should pay attention to the this task and maintain a careful focus while removing them.
There are many excellent physicians in NYC who can remove your warts, I believe that I am one of them. However, most doctors who remove warts have a focus on other procedures such as Botox injections, chemical peels, lip fillers, and other cosmetic procedures.
Here, at Current New York Medical P.C., I am dedicated to providing meticulous care to an unpleasant situation. I doubt that there is another physician in NYC who treats warts with the same frequency in which I do.
I offer a thorough examination of the genitalia to limit the chance of missing smaller warts that could grow and spread if not treated. I carefully use proper treatment modalities to reduce the chance of any adverse effects such as scarring.
Patient questions will be appropriately answered. Also, physician-directed information will be adequately discussed. My experience and concentration in this area allows me the confidence that your care will be optimized.
You may also be pleased to know that my practice is not a clinic nor is it a STD clinic. It is a private medical office where most patients are not seen for STD concerns, but rather for their general medical health.
I offer you to try my services and I hope that you will appreciate my candid effort to help you."
Michael Shirazi M.D
Clinical Instructor NYU School of Medicine
Diplomate American Board of Internal Medicine
Member American College of Physicians
Member American Sexually Transmitted Disease Association
First time warts:
We will make our best effort to remove your warts in a fashion that is least likely for them to recur. At the same time, the treatment modality we chose will maintain a low probability for scaring. Just as you wouldn't trust anyone for major eye or heart surgery without doing some research, we invite you to do some research on our practice or other practices that you are considering.
Unfortunately, even with the best treatment methods, sometimes anal warts and genital warts may recur. If you were initially treated elsewhere, we invite you to our practice to treat the recurrence. We also invite you to our practice for the care of warts which were not fully treated elsewhere.
If your anal or genital warts have recurred with an unacceptable frequency, we may formulate an aggressive treatment plan such as: