Seborrheic Keratosis


Seborrheic keratosis commonly known as a seborrheic wart, is a condition that causes wart-like growths on the skin. The growths are benign (non cancerous). They typically appear on the face, chest, shoulders or on the back and can develop in a single growth or a cluster. The exact cause of a seborrheic keratosis isn’t known, but they are very common and generally appear around your 40s, 50s or sooner if you expose yourself to UV light and/or sunshine holidays frequently.

They are known to also be hereditary and run within families.

Shortwave diathermy (electrolysis) safely and effectively removes these lesions with little to no side effects and are completely healed within a few weeks.

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