Age warts: the encyclopedia about beauty

Age warts are the most common benign skin tumors in humans. They usually occur more frequently after the age of fifty with increasing age. Age warts are caused by a proliferation of horn-forming skin cells (keratinocytes). The changes should be differentiated from a black skin cancer by a dermatological examination. Rapid growth or bleeding tendency of the skin lesion may be signs of black skin cancer. Age warts can be removed with a laser or surgically.


  • Seborrheic keratosis
  • Verruca seborrhoica
  • Basal cell papilloma

Technical terms aesthetic plastic surgery / cosmetic surgery

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