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Sebaceous Hyperplasia

What is Sebaceous Hyperplasia?

Sebaceous Hyperplasia is a skin disorder of the sebaceous glands that cause them to become enlarged. Sebaceous hyperplasia can present itself anywhere you have skin except for the hands and feet. Sebaceous hyperplasia is usually harmless and the glands are often removed for aesthetic reasons. However, it is important to see a dermatologist to rule out more serious underlying conditions. We have many treatment options for removing sebaceous hyperplasia. Schedule your appointment today.

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