Seborrhoeic Keratosis Removal
Currently there are very many people suffering from seborrheic keratosis. Unlike common belief that it only affects the aged it is now widely known that it is affecting many people even in their 40’s. The skin condition which makes the skin appear ugly prompts seborrheic keratosis removal.
While seborrheic keratosis does not pose any immediate danger you should always see a dermatologist so they can diagnose that it is in fact a SK you are dealong with and nothing more sinister or harmful. Then you can begin your treatment. There are several options for seborrhoeic keratosis removal, a few of which are as follows:
Seborrhoeic keratosis removal can be done by use of laser beams. This is quite effective especially for light skinned people. A very powerful beam is shone on the skin and it penetrates through the outer layer of the skin. The seborrheic keratosis spots then absorb this light energy, they get hot for a fraction of a second and the pigments that make up the lesions disintegrate and later fall off.
Seborrhoeic keratosis removal can also be done using various creams which are self prescribed or can be prescribed by a medical practitioner. These creams tend to make the spots lighter and the chemicals will kill the cells. Moreover they stimulate the growth of new skin to replace the skin which has been shed where the lesions were making this type of seborrhoeic keratosis removal very effective. However seborrhoeic keratosis removal by this method should be approached with caution since not all available creams are made specifically for seborrheic keratosis and they may produce very negative reactions on the skin and adverse side effects.
Moreover seborrhoeic keratosis removal can be done by surgical treatment which involves surgically removing the lesions. This method is very expensive since it has to be done by a very qualified doctor but it produces very excellent results.
Further cyrotherapy is another seborrhoeic keratosis removal method where liquid nitrogen is sprayed on the spots and this freezes the spots which later disintegrate and are shed off. This allows for growth of new skin.
After seborrhoeic keratosis removal the skin should not have any negative side effects and the skin will appear as normal as before. People with dark skins may however experience slight scarring after seborrhoeic keratosis removal.
If anyone notices any type of these lesions it is advisable to immediately consult a doctor to prevent any complications developing later on which might be even more serious to treat.