What are the symptoms of Seborrheic Keratosis?
Symptoms of seborrheic keratosis are highly visible, including lesions that may appear on the chest, scalp, shoulders, abdomen and back. These growths develop a thick, wart-like surface that has a waxy appearance.
What are the treatment options?
Forefront dermatologists can determine the best possible course of action to treat seborrheic keratosis. These options include cryosurgery, which freezes the growth using liquid nitrogen, electrosurgery using an electrical current to scrape off the growth and curettage, which uses a scoop-like instrument to scrape off the growth.