Managing Seborrheic Keratoses: Tips
Like we said before, most seborrheic keratoses require no treatment but you need a dermatologist London if:
- The growth disturbs you and you want it to be removed
- There’s an irritation of the growth from the use of clothes or shaving
- It is an actinic keratosis (a dry, rough, flat, and scaly appearance) that can cause skin cancer
- Your seborrheic keratosis looks different from the usual
- There’s a sudden appearance of this growth alongside several new skin growths (this may be a red flag indicating body cancer)
- The growth develops quickly, turns black, cause itching, or bleeds (probably a tell-tale sign of skin cancer)
Try not to remove a seborrheic keratosis on your own. It poses a risk of infection. You need a specialist at Clearskin London.
An appointment with us at our Dermatology Clinic London today is your best option.