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Skin Tags and Moles

Dr. T Talks for 3 minutes about Skin Tags and Moles.  

Blemish Removal

Skin Growth and Blemish Removal Gentle, Non-surgical, Painless, Esthetic Performed by Doctor Adiel Tel-Oren, MD (Europe), DC (Ret.), CCN  

EMDR and BSP Testimonials

My sessions in June with Frances along with the Mag Glycinate and Lithinase were so helpful. Never having experienced depression before I was not sure where to turn. I am down to 2 Mag Glycinate a day and have not taken the Lithinase for about a month. I would say I'm feeling about 90% my old self. Frances helped me overcome several issues that were the cause of my anxiety. I wish she were...

Skin Blemishes and Mole Removal

Gentle, non-medical, non-surgical, painless, esthetic procedure to remove moles, skin tags, senile hamangiomas, karatoses, and other skin lesions. The procedure is performed by Dr. Adiel Tel-Oren, and has been proven safe and effective for over 20 years. 

Skin Clinic Appointments

Appointment booking form What are skin growths and blemishes (skin lesions) that can be removed? Moles/Nevi: pigmented or non-pigmented protrusions (from neurological irritation or solar exposure, or affected by genetics); Skin tags: many pigmented or non-pigmented thin-based protrusions (usually from hormonal imbalance); Senile hemangiomas: small to large red “blood...

Skin Clinic Videos

Do you suffer from moles, skin tags, keratoses and other lesions on your body? Would you like to hear about a gentle, non-medical, non-surgical, painless and esthetically pleasing method of removing these spots from your body? To learn more about this skin lesion removal procedure, please watch this video to learn more about this highly effective procedure: You might also be interested in how...

Solar Keratosis - A Common Pre-Cancer Skin Condition

Solar keratosis, also known as actinic keratosis, is a pre-cancerous skin condition, whereby patches of the skin become rough, crusty, or scaly, and ultimately develop into thick dry bumps that may occasionally slough off and re-form, frequently leading to squamous cell carcinoma (a common yet serious skin cancer). These patches may vary greatly in thickness, color, pigment density, and diameter...