Seborrheic keratosis is a way spot that appears at the later stage of life. Seborrheic Keratoses are extremely common in people above the age of 60 years. These small and rough bumps are non-contagious nature. In the beginning, they tend to be smaller, but with time, they grow into a thick, big, and warty bump. The color may vary from white to black and often appear to be tanned.
They look like warts, skin cancer, moles, and actinic keratoses. In most of the cases, seborrheic keratoses can be diagnosed visually, but for complex situations, we can also check for cancer.
We treat the patient using the following methods:
- Electrosurgery and curettage
The treatment depends on the complexity of the situation and no matter what we choose, the effectiveness of medication is guaranteed. Being with us, you will not feel the awkwardness of being at a clinic. Our expert dermatologists will provide a step by step guide for the Seborrheic Keratoses treatment.