Plantar warts occur on the sole of the foot. They canbe very painful because the entire weight of the body presses against them whenwalking. Plantar warts are usually rough with hard calluses around the painful wart. The center of thewart has small pinpoint spots, these arethe small capillaries that supply blood to the wart. Scraping the wart maycause bleeding because of these smallblood vessels.
Warts are benign growths that can occur anywhere on theskin. Normally, antibodies in the blood kill the virus. Some people are moresusceptible to warts than other mainly because there feet sweat a lot.
A plantar wart is similar in structure to an iceberg, about 1/3 of its size is on the surface ofthe skin and remaining 2/3 is under the skin in the epidermal layer of skin.Warts are very superficial and don't go deep into the foot.
Warts canregrow this indicates the virus is still present. If this occurs you need to see us a soon as possible to prevent possible spreading of the warts.