Category Archives: Face Growths

Growths on the aging face (Seborrheic keratoses)

What is a seborrheic keratosis? Seborrheic keratoses (SKs) are very common skin growths in older adults. They are brown, black, or light tan. They can be very small or as large as one inch in diameter. They are slightly elevated and can look waxy or scaly. Though unattractive, SKs are non-cancerous. Human skin is adept… Read More »


Don’t Freeze that Mole on Your Face

Sometimes when you’re seeing your dermatologist, he or she may freeze the various lesions and keratoses that are showing up on your arms, hands, back and legs. By doing this, these precancerous growths won’t continue to grow or possibly turn into a skin cancer. It’s tempting at the same time to have your dermatologist freeze… Read More »



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