Seborrheic Keratosis are treated by plastic surgeon Dr. Thomas Pane in his office. They are harmless and never become malignant. They first appear during adult life. As time goes by, more growths appear. Some persons have a very large number of them. They can appear on both covered and uncovered parts of the body; they are not caused by sunlight.
The tendency to develop Seborrheic Keratosis is inherited. They begin as slightly raised, light brown spots. Gradually they thicken and take on a rough, warty surface. They slowly darken and may turn black. These color changes are harmless. Seborrheic Keratoses are superficial and look as if they were stuck on the skin. Persons who have had several Seborrheic Keratosis can usually recognize this type of benign growth. However, if you are concerned or unsure about any growth, please consult our physician.
How is it treated?
Theys can easily be removed in our office. The only reason for removing a Seborrheic Keratosis is your wish to get rid of it – if it’s unsightly, itches, or annoys you by rubbing against your clothes.