[COMMUNICATED] On Wednesday, May 10th (י״ד אייר – פסח שני) Dr. Adiel Tel-Oren (known as Dr. T) will be holding his second skin clinic in Lakewood. The first Lakewood Clinic was held on January 2nd.
For Lakewood appointments call 929-376-7637, email [email protected], or click here. For Boro Park call 718-633-5051, for Monsey call 845-263-9455, For Williamsburg or Monroe call 929-376-7637.
For many years, people in Eretz Yisroel, as well as dozens of locations in the US, have benefited from Dr. T’s method for removing unwanted skin growths, tags, moles, flat blemishes, mucous membrane growths, pre-cancerous lesions, etc. When people contact Ezra Umarpeh (Rabbi Firer’s organization) or Ezer Mizion (Rabbi Chollak and Rabbi Rogoway) for referrals for treatment of skin growths or blemishes, they refer them to Dr. T or to other practitioners trained by Dr. T.
A Brooklyn resident who saw Dr. T in a New Jersey clinic and benefitted greatly from his work on her skin, convinced him to start holding his clinics in the NY area Jewish neighborhoods. What started as a small clinic in Flatbush, mushroomed into highly sought after clinics held in Boro-Park and Williamsburg, with hundreds of repeat clients, who in turn refer their family and friends. To meet the popular demand, locations were added recently in Monsey, Lakewood, and Monroe. Shortly after a clinic date is announced (usually about every 4 months) it gets fully booked very quickly.
At the clinic, Dr. T provides a brief examination of skin growths or blemishes and mucous membrane lesions and reports his findings free of charge. If you decide to have the lesion removed, Dr. T immediately performs his safe, natural and painless procedure. Depending on the lesion size and depth re-treatments might be required, but are provided at no extra charge.
What are skin growths and blemishes (skin lesions) that can be removed?
- Moles/Nevi: pigmented or non-pigmented, flat or protruding lesions, (caused by neurological irritation or solar exposure, or genetics). Dark flat lesions may develop into melanoma if not removed!
- Skin tags: many pigmented or non-pigmented thin-based protrusions (caused by hormonal imbalance);
- Senile hemangiomas: small to large red “blood blisters” (usually from capillary fragility and damage);
- Keratoses: hard scaly protrusions (many types – age, genetics, and sun related), occasionally pre-malignant;
- Other lesions: Sebaceous hyperplasia (umbilicated non-pigmented growths, usually on forehead), xanthomas (fatty white dots/areas near eyes); warts/condylomas (genital/anal/ cutaneous), etc. Many blemishes are congenital (existing from birth) as birthmarks are—and cancer may start within them!
Why remove them?
- Appearance: No scarring, pitting, or regrowth in the vast majority of cases. Excellent results on the face. Very minimal discoloration or mild scarring with flat, deeper, pigmented (riskier) lesions. The smallest, dark, flat blemishes are the deepest and riskiest!
- Safety: Reduced risk of skin cancer. No more watching moles for dangerous changes, when riskier, invasive, scarring procedures (that may spread a skin cancer) become justified.
- Prevention: Reduced neurological irritation to the brain and spinal cord from asymmetrical skin growths and protrusions. Skin should be smooth!
- Comfort: No more catching of moles on clothing, jewelry, or combs (in scalp growths). No need to maneuver around moles or growths when shaving or taking haircut.
- Convenience: Usually requires a single treatment (a few minutes). No medical facility needed. No cutting, stitching, burning, or freezing, with their risk of infection and scars. Guarantee In rare cases of regrowth or incomplete results, there is no charge for re-treatment.
How are they removed? Dr. Tel-Oren’s safe, effective, proprietary acetic compound is applied to the lesion(s). The lesion’s nutrition is restricted because the compound constricts the capillaries within it. A scab forms in a few days & drops off in a few weeks, leaving esthetically-pleasing skin. The best results are achieved with growths on the face (any size!). Mild de-pigmentation may occasionally occur on the arms, legs, & torso, especially when melanin-containing or cancer-prone flat areas are treated. Any deeper layer of pigment that might remain (a rare occurrence) can be safely retreated, as no blood vessels are penetrated.