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To Our Khrom Patients,

As always, the health and safety of our clients, employees and community is of the utmost importance to us. With that in mind, effective Saturday March 21 we will be following the NY state guidelines by closing until further notice. This is for our Med Spa locations including to, but not limited to the following services: All Aesthetician, Massage and laser services.

Existing appointments will be canceled automatically and we will be reaching out to you to reschedule.
Dr. Khrom will continue to see Derm patients at the Ocean Parkway location you can schedule by calling 718-615-4000 or on-line at

We will be offering teledermatology appointments available for existing dermatology patients.
For Cosmetic patients with urgent matters, please call 718-615-4002.

On behalf of the Khrom family, we wish you, your family and friends a safe and healthy environment.
We will see you soon

The Khrom Team
Khrom Dermatology & Aesthetics
2797 Ocean Pkwy.
3rd Floor, Brooklyn, NY 11235 | Directions
Aesthetics: 855-507-7282
General Dermatology: 718-751-0674

Identifying and treating precancerous actinic keratosis Brooklyn, NY

You may know that early detection is the key to successful skin cancer treatment. In some cases, potentially harmful skin growths can be identified and treated before they even become cancerous. These growths, called actinic keratoses, are caused by UV damage to skin, and about one in ten will evolve into skin cancer. Fortunately, an actinic keratosis can easily be removed with various treatments available at Khrom Dermatology in Brooklyn, NY.

Identifying precancerous growths

Actinic keratosis, sometimes referred to as solar keratosis, is a small, slow growing skin lesion. When it first develops, it may not be visible at all, but noticeable to the touch as a slightly raised rough spot. The more actinic keratoses a person has, the greater the risk that they will become cancerous.

Because these lesions appear quite minor, many people assume they are harmless. It is important to know the warning signs and see a dermatologist promptly if you think you may have an actinic keratosis.

  • Dry, scaly, or rough lesion, usually less than an inch in diameter
  • The spot may be slightly raised or flat, occasionally with a hard surface
  • The color can range from red to pink or brown, and sometimes flesh-colored
  • The affected area usually burns or itches
  • Actinic keratosis is usually found on the face, hands, or other areas with frequent sun exposure


Although actinic keratoses do not always become cancerous, there is no way of telling which ones will. Therefore, it is strongly recommended that these growths be removed as preventive treatment. Additionally, people with a history of actinic keratoses should take extra sun protection precautions and undergo frequent cancer screenings.

The best treatment depends on the number and size of actinic keratoses, where on the body they are located, and other factors. They may be removed by surgical excision, laser surgery, skin resurfacing, chemical peeling, or other procedures. After an examination, your provider will discuss what options are available to you and devise a personalized treatment plan.

If you have suspicious lesions or skin growths of any kind, please don’t take chances. Call us at 718-751-0674 and schedule an appointment right away.

Real Patients. Real Results.

Google Review by Angelina Simakhova
It was my first time visit to Khrom Dermatology, coming here for the first time was like dealing with trusted family. Dr. Natallia Fiadorchanka in my opinion is the most professional and knowledgeable Dermatologist who is also loving and caring human being. Highly recommended!
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