What is Seborrheic Keratosis?

Commonly among those 30 and older, seborrheic keratoses are rough bumps that slowly thicken over time. They are often found in sun-exposed areas but can form anywhere on the body.

Seborrheic keratoses are usually brown but range in color from being skin-color to chalky white to dark brown. The skin growths range in size from a fraction of an inch to larger than a half dollar. While they cause no major pain, seborrheic keratoses can become irritated or itchy.

Seborrheic Keratosis Treatment

In most cases, a seborrheic keratosis is easily identified by your dermatologist. The condition is treated with liquid nitrogen therapy or laser resurfacing. If there is the possibility of skin cancer, Dr. Kingsley will remove a skin growth for further evaluation.

Why MK Dermatology?

Dr. Kingsley and the team at MK Dermatology are dedicated to helping restore and enhance your individual beauty.

Dr. Kingsley and her team educate and provide a personalized treatment plan for all patients with seborrheic keratosis.

Our direct care model is simple – with no hidden fees, copays or insurance headaches. Just stress-free, high-quality skin care when you need it.

Board-Certified Dermatologist

During your appointment, you will see our board-certified physician Dr. Melanie Kingsley.

Transparent Pricing

No hidden fees, no surprise bills, no copays or insurance headaches.

Direct Care

Increased access – whether patients have a quick question or need to make an appointment – along with shorter wait times.

Schedule An Appointment

Our team, led by board-certified dermatologist Dr. Kingsley, provides the latest skin treatments at our office. To schedule an appointment, call 317-620-0024 or schedule an appointment online.

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