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Seborrhoeic Keratosis

Raised Brown Lesions

  • 30 min
  • 75 British pounds
  • Location 1

Service Description

Seborrhoeic Keratosis classified within the wart family but these differ in the fact that they are not contagious. They present as raised and appear frequently as several lesions on covered body sites and are also quite common on the face in older people. They are usually brown because of melanin and so can be mistaken for moles to the untrained eye. The dry, scaly, crusty appearance often with a cleft surface and a superficial ‘stuck on’ appearance are helpful identification points. They can be tiny or large even up to two inches across and can be removed with diathermy (AC) simply and effectively. Please get in touch and email photos to theeastwoodretreat@gmail.com prior to booking an appointment. Please let us know if you are taking any medication or if you have any medical conditions so we can ensure suitability for treatment.


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