North Carolina dermatology clinic Central Dermatology Center has announced that it is now offering its patients the benefits of a revolutionary new microwave-based wart treatment at its location in Raleigh. Readers can find out more about the dermatology clinic by heading over to its website at

Warts are caused by different strains of the human papillomavirus (HPV). Plantar warts are some of the toughest to treat. They are flat, tough, and thick lesions that appear on the palms and soles. Diagnosis is usually made by looking at the skin, sometimes with the aid of a specialized instrument called a dermatoscope. Though they are not a serious health concern, they can severely affect a person’s quality of life. Dermatologists have relied on a few popular wart treatments over the years which differ in terms of their cost to the patient, complexity, recovery time, the number of sessions required, and more.

Cryotherapy, one of the most widely available and popular treatments for warts, uses liquid nitrogen to freeze and destroy them. Saliylic acid is a topical medication applied at-home that leads to peeling of the affected skin cells over weeks of use. Cantharidin is a topical derived from the blister beetle that treats the wart by forming a blister that crusts over and peels off. Finally, injections with candida antigen, chemotherapy medicines, or antiviral medicines are sometimes performed for resistant or widespread warts.

However, all of the aforementioned treatments have drawbacks that lead to complaints from patients such as excessive pain and discomfort during the procedures, unreasonably long recovery times, or impreciseness which damages healthy surrounding tissues.

The Saorsa Swift Microwave Therapy system has been designed to address these concerns and offer an alternative that is overall cleaner and safer. The Swift system uses the unique properties of microwave energy to raise the temperature of the affected tissue. Since the microwave energy is highly targeted and travels only in straight lines to a depth of no more than 6.5mm, there is no lateral spread or excessive penetration, leading to a highly controllable treatment zone.

For patients, the Saorsa Swift Microwave Therapy procedure means faster pain-free treatments that produce no smoke, require no anesthetic, and no post-procedural dressing. Recovery times are also much lower as compared to conventional wart treatments. Moreover, microwaves are a form of non-ionizing radiation and have been used in medical procedures for decades, making their use for plantar warts removal completely safe.

Central Dermatology Center is one of the select few clinics across the United States that is equipped to offer the Saorsa Swift Microwave Therapy procedure. The North Carolina-based dermatology clinic bills itself as a provider of “skin care for childhood to beyond retirement.” Readers can keep up with news and announcements from the clinic by following its Facebook page at the link:

Central Dermatology Center’s medical dermatology services include the latest treatments for common and uncommon skin conditions including acne, acne scars, eczema, hair loss, mole mapping and removal, psoriasis, rashes, cysts and lesions, spider veins, nail fungus, full body skin checks, and more. The clinic also offers skin cancer treatments such as Mohs micrographic surgery, performed by its two highly trained Mohs surgeons, and non-surgical SRT (Superficial Radiation Technology). The clinic’s cosmetic dermatology services help patients address aging skin and wrinkles using treatments such as Botox, chemical peels, facial rejuvenation, CoolSculpting, laser hair removal, beauty services, medical-grade skin care products, and more.

Central Dermatology Center has multiple locations all over North Carolina including Chapel Hill, Cary, Sanford, Raleigh, and Pittsboro. The Saorsa Swift Microwave Therapy is currently offered at the dermatology center’s Raleigh office which has an impressive rating of 4.7 out of 5.0 from almost 70 reviews on its Google My Business page. It accepts payment from most major medical plans, including, but not limited to Medicare, BCBS, United Healthcare, Cigna, Aetna, Medcost, Humana, Tricare, and more.

Patients in North Carolina’s Research Triangle metropolitan area can also follow Central Dermatology Center on its Facebook page at to stay updated on the many dermatology services it offers.


For more information about Central Dermatology Center, contact the company here:

Central Dermatology Center
Dr. Beth Goldstein
+1 919-401-1994
2238 Nelson Hwy #100, Chapel Hill, NC 27517, USA


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