Seborrhoeic keratosis

Usually, seborrhoeic keratoses are treated for cosmetic reasons or because they have become itchy or irritated. Most people will have more than one seborrhoeic keratosis, and they often appear quite suddenly. If these growths “catch” on things, bleed or become inflamed, we have a fast and effective removal method available.
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Seborrhoeic keratosis

Usually, seborrhoeic keratoses are treated for cosmetic reasons or because they have become itchy or irritated. Most people will have more than one seborrhoeic keratosis, and they often appear quite suddenly. If these growths “catch” on things, bleed or become inflamed, we have a fast and effective removal method available.

ABOUT THE CONDITION

Seborrhoeic keratosis, sometimes referred to as fibromas, are benign skin tumours. Flat, raised, small or large, they either sit on the skin’s surface or are found attached by a short, thin neck or peduncle. Pedunculated growths (e.g. skin tag on the neck) vary in size from pea-sized to larger ones and can be a normal to dark colour.

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