Learn more about Seborrheic Keratosis
Seborrheic keratosis are benign growths of the top layer of skin. They may be large, rough, and range in color from tan to black. They tend to run in families and are not the result of sun exposure. Seborrheic keratosis may mimic skin cancer due to their variations in color and appearance. Treatment is not necessary unless they become irritated or need to be distinguished from cancer. Cosmetic removal is generally best accomplished with lasers.