Seborrhoeic Keratosis Removal Treatment

If you are looking for safe and effective seborrhoeic keratosis treatment then our practitioner in Seborrhoeic Keratoses surgery as well as plastic surgery is able to provide you with great advice and excellent operating procedures.

If your skin growth grows or looks unusual, bleeds, or causes pain, see your doctor or dermatologist immediately. If your doctor says that it is a seborrheic keratosis, you need not worry.

If you have skin growths that affect you, it is a good idea to go to your doctor immediately. Your doctor will give you a physical exam to examine the growths. It is important for them to ensure that the growth is not cancer or precancerous.

What are seborrheic keratosis?

Seborrheic keratoses are warty growths that are also known as basal cell paillomas. They are benign growths caused due to a build-up of skin cells. they are harmless, often pigmented, and very common growths on the skin.

As per the statistics, 30% of people have one by the age of 40 and up to 75% of people by the age of 70 would be affected with seborrheic keratoses.

Persons with seborrheic keratoses can be treated in some of the ways listed below. Your Seborrheic keratoses removal doctor may recommend removing the keratosis so that it can be examined under a microscope to question the diagnosis. Although seborrheic keratosis is widespread and most middle-aged people have at least a few, it is impossible to treat every individual with a single keratosis.

If you have seborrheic keratosis, remove it if it becomes irritated or bleeding much, or if you don’t like how it looks or feels.

Our Seborrhoeic Keratosis Removal Treatment Clinics are available in Central London, North London, Stanmore, Pinner, Rickmansworth, Watford etc.

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SK resembles warts and moles rather than actinic keratosis growths caused by years of exposure to the sun, which is considered the earliest possible stage of development of seborrheic keratosis and skin cancer (skin cancer). Warts are not dark, and they do not stick to the skin externally. Although SK resembles actinic keratosis growths, these differences can help seborrhoeic keratoses removal treatment distinguish between seborrhoeic keratoses and other lesions.

On the upper side of the skin layer involved in seborrheic keratosis, the surface has a similar appearance to a barnacle. Research suggests that people with a suppressed immune system have an increased risk of developing seborrheic keratosis. Seborrheic-keratosis is generally considered a benign skin disease but rare cases of skin cancer, such as squamous cell carcinoma and basal cell carcinoma, occur from cells that contain seborrheic keratosis growths.

The growth is usually scraped off with a surgical instrument and allowed to heal by secondary intention. Alternatively, liquid nitrogen is applied to the growth with a spray gun or cotton bud. Your doctor may decide to remove any growths that appear suspicious or cause physical or emotional discomfort.

In electrocautery, also called electrosurgery, a surgeon uses an electric current to burn the growth or cauterize it with local anesthesia. Curettage, a curette is a scoop-shaped surgical instrument, which is used to scrape off the growth.

Our Seborrhoeic Keratosis Removal Treatment Clinics are available in Central London, North London, Stanmore, Pinner, Rickmansworth, Watford etc.