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  2. Feb 23, 2022 · Tirbanibulin ointment: This may be an option for treating AKs on your face and scalp. You apply this medication for five days in a row. After five days, the treatment ends. You want to apply this ointment carefully. Spread it evenly over the skin that your dermatologist says to treat.

  3. Cryotherapy Cryotherapy is the most common treatment option for actinic keratosis. 1 This treatment works best when there are only a few lesions that are clearly defined. Your health care provider will spray or swab liquid nitrogen on the lesion. The nitrogen freezes the lesion. This procedure is done in the office.

  4. Apr 29, 2018 · Castor oil can be used as a potential home remedy to treat actinic keratosis. Not everybody has experienced success with it but it has no adverse side effects and is worth trying. Castor oil may be able to help soothe burning and inflammation to the lesions and help reduce the spots if you apply it regularly over a period of time. Eggplant

  5. Jun 08, 2021 · Tirbanibulin was approved as treatment for AK on the face and scalp by the FDA after the analysis was complete. Cryosurgery is also strongly recommended as a treatment for AK. Tt has been reported to treat between 57% and 98% of AK after follow up between 3 months to 8 and a half years. The rates of clearance changes based on the freeze times.

  6. Jun 02, 2017 · About 1-10 % of actinic keratoses will become a squamous cell carcinoma (SCC) over a 10 year period if left not treated. Approximately 1-2 % of SCC will metastasize making early treatment important. References Actinic keratosis: a cross-sectional study of disease characteristics and treatment patterns in Danish dermatology clinics.

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