Seborrheic keratosis removal

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Seborrheic keratosis removal after 3 weeks. This was a large seborrheic wart which I removed from the underlying skin under local anaesthetic. She will now use a high urea moisturiser to help the skin settle down but is already very pleased with it.

These (often hereditary) lesions are benign and removal is not essential but any pigmented lesions should be checked by your doctor especially if there are signs of change in outline, extra “satellite” lesions surrounding the original, change in colour or bleeding, crusting.

If you have Seborrheic keratosis, moles, cysts or similar skin lesions you would like to have removed please contact me. I would love to help.

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