Seborrheic keratoses are tan to black rough spots “stuck” on the skin, typically occurring after the age of 50. While benign, they may be cosmetically undesirable. A new treatment, called Eskata, has been recently approved by the FDA. We hope to have it available for our patients in the coming months.
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