Mute the Virus and Move On

If you suffer from HPV genital or anal warts, by now you know all too well the physical and emotional strain it places on you and your relationships. Worse than the actual warts themselves, is how the disease can produce such strong feelings of shame and isolation.

There is hope. There are treatment options available to you that will remove or destroy the genital warts and suppress the Human Papillomavirus so you have a chance to restore a fulfilling sexual relationship without fear of spreading the virus.

At HPV Center of America, we tackle the most difficult cases and will match you to the appropriate treatment. One highly successful technique we use combines laser technology with the powerful antiviral drug Interferon.

Center founder Dr. Steven Abbadessa was an early adopter of what’s become known as combined therapy, which he has helped pioneer techniques to improve the treatment’s effectiveness. More than 1,000 patients have been treated by Dr. Abbadessa using the laser-Interferon combination therapy.

If you suspect you have, or have been diagnosed with genital or anal warts, remember you’re not alone. There are a lot of people who have gone through what you’re going through now. The most important thing for you to do is seek treatment with the knowledge there is a good chance that you will overcome this and live your life the way you intended. 

Since genital and anal warts carry such a negative stigma, we understand your sensitivity and provide discrete treatment services in an understanding, caring and nonjudgmental environment.

Our goal is to treat your disease so you
can get back to enjoying your life.

Genital & Anal Warts Treatments

At our St. Louis and St. Charles Genital Warts Treatment Centers, we offer sensitive and compassionate care. We opened our doors in 1988. Our patients come from the entire St. Louis metropolitan area, all across Missouri, Illinois, Indiana and from across the country.

Founder, Dr. Steve Abbadessa, understands how devastating a diagnosis of HPV can be. Having treated thousands of patients, he understands how someone's life can be turned upside down.   "Sometimes the emotional toll of HPV is greater than the physical toll. We treat the warts so that the patient can have their life back."

As a board certified Proctologist and surgeon, Dr. Abbadessa has treated genital and anal warts as a result of patients contracting the HPV virus. “We were pioneers in a new specialty of medicine and developed new techniques in treating genital warts with laser light and interferon therapy,” says Dr. Steve Abbadessa. “Our results were nothing less than spectacular."

We believe in having informed patients. This website was created to help arm you with facts about HPV, prevention and treatment from a trained physician's perspective.

Beware of Internet sites promoting non-FDA approved products that could cause serious skin conditions. Treating genital and anal warts with medications applied directly to the surface of warts take great care and a precision by a physician to prevent injury to the sensitive skin surrounding the infected area.

If you find that you have genital or anal warts, we are here to help. You're not alone.
To your health and peace of mind,

Dr. Steven Abbadessa


This web site is not intended to provide medical advice or to be a substitute for doctor visit. Interaction on this web site does not create a doctor-patient relationship.