While seborrheic keratoses are benign skin growth and do not need to be treated, they can be bothersome to patients, especially cosmetically, and we have many different ways to treat them. Some options for treatment include liquid nitrogen and chemical peels. The most important thing to do first, though, is to make sure that the lesion is in fact a benign seborrheic keratosis and not a mole! It’s always best to have a thorough skin examination by a dermatologist to determine the best course of monitoring and treatment.
Quyn Rahman, MD
We can absolutely help you with the removal of most moles. The cost is variable depending on your insurance, the location, and size of the moles. It’s best to call our office for an appointment so that we can first evaluate the moles and then come up with a good treatment plan. 865-450-9361
We accept many Tenncare plans at our Knoxville and Lenoir City Offices. Please give us a call to schedule an appointment and to check to see if your plan is accepted. Thanks!
Thanks for posting a question. Yes, regular skin exams are encouraged, especially if you have a personal or family history of skin cancer. Please call our Knoxville or Lenoir City locations for an appointment.