Warts (and other skin conditions) are most commonly found in the head, neck, shoulders, back, legs and groin areas. Warts are most easily treated with topical steroid or antifungal medications, or surgical removal. If the wart is not removed within three months of the first symptoms, it can develop into a cancer. Many people think that wart removal is too expensive, but I can tell you that it is actually cheaper than a new car! Warts on the face are less likely to develop into cancer than warts on the neck, chest, arms or back, but they will still develop into an infection. If the infection is not treated quickly, the warts can spread to other areas of the body, causing skin cancer, infertility, skin cancer, infertility, and possibly other problems. You can learn more about warts and other skin conditions on the skin conditions section of this site. If you suspect that a wart may be an ingrown hair, ask your doctor for a referral to a dermatologist for further diagnosis. Warts can be removed by a variety of methods and methods can be painful. Most of the time, the treatment is painless. But sometimes a wart does not respond to treatment.