Seborrheic keratoses are noncancerous (benign) skin growths that some people develop as they age. They often appear on the back or chest, but can occur on any part of the body. Seborrheic keratoses grow slowly, in groups or singly. Most people will develop at least one seborrheic keratosis during their lifetime.
Seborrheic Keratoses are completely safe, they grow superficially on the skin and they certainly do not require any intervention other than for aesthetic reasons. Seborrheic keratosis are proven to be safe therefore their removal is only for aesthetic reasons and they do not required to be removed.
Because seborrheic keratoses grow more and more on the body over time they are sometimes referred to as senile warts. But they are nut to be confused with warts because they have nothing to do with warts.
Removing them using plasma or fibroblast is extremely easy. You have to spray the arc on top of the keratoses and then rub off the residue with a cotton pad. If after the spraying once the keratoses is difficult to remove, repeat the spraying once again and repeat rubbing the keratoses again with the cotton pad.
The results using electrical arcing are very good and usually after healing the area look as if the keratoses had never been there. Also the keratosys removal using plasma produces instantaneous very good results because the nature of seborrheic keratoses.
Attention because you must have an accurate diagnosis before going ahead and remove a skin lesion. If the skin lesion is not benign removing it using electrical arcing may cause issues in the future.