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Keratoses Removal

Uklanjanje keratoza

Seborrheic keratoses are benign changes which are brownish or brown and look like if they were glued to the skin, often look verrucous and have size from a few millimeters up to 2-3cm, with rough surface is often covered with a greasy skim which can be easily removed. Usually occur after the age of 50.

Keratoses are usually multiple changes characteristic for female sex in the chest, décolletage and neck area. In people who sunbathed a lot during of life keratosis occur in seborrheic areas of face and on the hands. Keratoses very often occur in the back area, but also on the skin of the stomach and the large folds. The most common symptoms are itching in the area affected keratoses.


Keratoses are completely harmless changes but extremely ugly and their removal is certainly recommended and it is best to remove them while they are still small. Keratoses tend to increase and can reach a size of 2-3cm. Very often are being confused with moles because of the presence of melanin they may have a gray black discoloration.

Cryotherapy is usually favoured as a method for removing keratoses because it is quick, painless, effective and financially advantageous, and the only method to remove warts without leaving scars.
Removing keratoses with radio waves requires the use of anesthetics, while removing keratoses with cryotherapy does not require the use of anesthesia.

For cryotherapy keratoses removal is generally sufficient only one intervention. The use of the most modern apparatus Brymill with different types of applicator allows application of the liquid nitrogen with a high precision, and without damage to the surrounding healthy skin.

SkinCare Center therapists have been trained in the application of cryotherapy in medical care and have Brymill certificate.