Seborrheic keratoses is a wart-like growth that is benign, or non-cancerous, in nature. Typically affecting people over the age of 40, the cause of these growths is not yet known. Removal of seborrheic keratoses is often a simple procedure that leaves little to no visible scarring in the area. Although these growths are often small and do not cause discomfort, they could be an indication of something more serious. An evaluation by our dermatologist can determine if treatment is necessary for instances of seborrheic keratoses.