Address Seborrheic Keratoses in Marco Island and Naples, Florida
The medical community calls them seborrheic keratoses, but they are more commonly known as age spots and patients will occasionally mistake them for moles. Though they are typically brown and raised, they are benign and can be treated with a simple in-office solution known as Eskata™. The Naples- and Marco Island-based team at Skin Wellness Physicians uses this treatment, which fades the lesions after a course of one to three sessions, spaced three to four weeks apart.
Eskata™ is an FDA-approved, hydrogen peroxide-based formula applied directly to the skin with a device resembling a large pen. The application will cause the seborrheic keratosis to grow crusty and fade over several months. Talk to the Skin Wellness Physicians team about this cosmetic treatment. A dermatologist can examine your skin to identify seborrheic keratoses and other lesions and determine if the treatment is right for you.