Keratosis treatment and Removal of Seborrheic Keratosis


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Keratosis treatment and removal solutions include various options available such as removal by a physician as well as home removal solutions. The removal of these often oversized wax type growths can be handled in one doctor's visit. Removing these unsightly growths can your self-esteem and give you back a youthful complexion. The removal of each of the Seborrheic Keratosis growths is permanent.

These skin tags or seborrheic keratosis can vary in color and appearance. The smaller skin tags can sometimes be shaved off. This should be done carefully with consideration of the size of the seborrheic keratosis. Another natural way of removing seborrheic keratosis (waxy raised lesions) is with a wart remover treatment. Although these are not warts the same type of consistent application will treat these lesions and cause them to fall off. A typical over-the-counter wart remover such as Compound W will freeze the wart and cause it to slowly die and fall off after several applications.

Another way to remove these often unattractive, lumpy and waxy looking Seborrheic Keratosis lesions is by visiting a physician. Many of these growths can be removed in one simple physician's visit through a cosmetic procedure. The physician can also utilize a chemical compound which will successfully freeze dry the lesion and remove it in one doctor's visit. A cosmetic procedure will not require bandages or excess bleeding. These procedures are very simple and easy to perform.

Seborrheic keratosis removal solutions provide beautiful skin which is smooth and young looking. These lesions are often accelerated and multiplied as the patient ages. They cannot be avoided as there is no known cause for them but they can be removed effectively and efficiently. Having them removed will make everyday life easier as they will not get caught on clothing or jewelry. These raised up bumps are often black or dark brown in appearance and can even have the same appearance as a malignant bump. All lumps that look conspicuous and that appear to be changing in size and color should be examined by a physician to ensure that they are benign Seborrheic keratosis lumps rather than malignant bumps.

Seborrheic keratosis can be treated effectively by a physician and permanently removed. These unsightly lesions should be removed if they are hindering movement, jewelry positioning, itching for causing embarrassment.


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