Calluses’ Removal

Callus is a thickening of the stratum corneum with a yellowish tint, usually located on the outer edges and tips of the toes, midfoot and heel. Unlike corns and warts change it is not painful, but sometimes it can give a burning sensation. Calluses are much larger than the other lesions of skin on feet. They are known as hyperkeratosis. Calluses are large, flat clusters of the yellow calloused masses that take on an oval or circular shape.

This what stimulates them to grow and the formation are orthopedic deformations of feet wrong, excessive care (inadequate abrasion, deep cutting) within the changes. The most common external factors contributing to their formation are high‐heeled shoes (bad motility gait). Calluses can be removed by milling or scalpel.