Skin diseases are usually feared due to possible discoloration. Sometimes if a certain skin disease creates spots, freckles or lumps on the skin, they could portent skin cancer. This explains why there is an unprecedented search for treatment by people suffering from seborrheic keratosis.  In spite of its harmless nature, people (including doctors) do not take chances with seb keratosis for fear that it could turn into a skin complication that is hard to treat or manage. Therefore if your dermatologist advises you to remove the seborrheic keratosis, it does not mean that he/she is incompetence. He is only doing that for your own good. Some people may visit more than one dermatologist just to be sure that they are making the right decision. If one advises you to remove the seborrheic keratosis and the other advises you not to, they could both be right.

While the former fears that you stand risks of other skin complications especially if you fail to take care of the seborrheic keratosis carefully, the latter may see absolutely no reason of removing the blemish either because he/she feels they are harmless or because of the fear that removal could cause bleeding. Bleeding of the seborrheic keratosis is considered dangerous as it could also worsen the condition or render the affected part prone to other skin complications. Should you prefer to have it removed, you need not worry because most home seborrheic keratosis removers are affordable and treatment depends on the size of the blemish. If you treat small blemishes or seb keratosis early enough, it is highly likely that you will spend less. The other most striking thing about some home treatment options is that they take easy-to-follow-steps.

Exercise utmost care while treating seborrheic keratosis and report any signs of itching, reddening or swelling of the growth if it happens for no clear reason. You should also not overlook a blemish that fails to fade after treatment as well as growths turning from brown to black.   Do you remember that prevention is better than cure? This should never escape your memory if at all you care about the texture, appearance and health of your skin. It is said that seborrheic keratosis can also be treated with the help of a curette. The areas around the lesions are treated with a local anesthetic after which the lumps are scarped off using a sharp surgical instrument known as a curette.

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