Plane Warts are a type of infectious wart caused by Human Papilloma Virus (HPV). This means they are extremely contagious. They appear as small raised lesions on the skin and are usually smooth in texture. They are also known as flat warts.
Where can you get Plane Warts?
Plane warts are most commonly found on the backs of the hands and on the face. However, you can also find them on other parts of the body.
Who can get Plane Warts?
Plane Warts are extremely common, and anyone can get them. They are infectious, so can easily be contracted from somebody who has the virus. People who have a low immune system are also more susceptible to contracting the HPV virus and therefore warts.