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Dr. Leonard Bienenstock, M.D.

The newest addition to our esteemed pool of doctors is Dr. Bienenstock. He is a family physician who specializes in simple skin procedures and treatments to alleviate common conditions, increasing quality of life and improving your physical appearance.

With Dr. Bienenstock on board, La Fontaine Cosmetic Clinic in Toronto now offers various nonsurgical skin procedures to get rid of moles, skin tags, warts, keloids, unsightly scars, cysts and more.

Certification & Areas of Practice

As a family physician certified by the College of Family Physicians of Canada (CFPC) and a member of the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario (CPSO), Dr. Bienenstock can treat patients with a wide range of skin ailments using simple, nonsurgical cosmetic procedures.

His goal is to provide patients like you with utmost comfort during and after treatment, allowing you to enjoy physical and emotional relief from your skin condition.

Aside from skin treatments, Dr. Bienenstock also treats other minor ailments that hamper good health.

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CONSULTS ON COLD AND FLU CASES, RASHES, BLOOD PRESSURE PROBLEMS, INFECTIONS, BODY PAIN, AS WELL AS ADMINISTERS VACCINES AND PRESCRIBES PRESCRIPTIONS.

Medical Education & Training

Dr. Bienenstock completed his residency at the University of Toronto Department of Family and Community Medicine and trained at the University Health Network Toronto Western Hospital. He completed a Bachelor of Science in Major Physiology in 2005, and Medical School in 2009 from McGill University. Here he was nominated for the Exceptional Empathy, Exemplary Physicianship, and High Standards of Professionalism Awards.

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Mole Removal
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Cyst Removal

Innovations

Aside from maintaining a busy family practice, Dr. Bienenstock has also taught at the University of Toronto. He served as a preceptor in the Family Medicine Longitudinal Experience where he received the Exceptional Mentor Award, an award chosen by students. He has performed quality improvement research on Telephone Consultations in a Primary Care Setting at the Toronto Western Hospital`s Family Health Team, and Urinary Incontinence which was published in the Reference Manual of Primary Care helping develop a simplified management algorithm for bladder leakage.

As a family doctor, Dr. Bienenstock is committed to supporting patients in achieving better physical physical, emotional, and spiritual health.

Skin Treatments Performed

Here are some of the most common non-surgical skin treatments that Dr. Bienenstock performs. Browse our non-surgical skin treatments for more.

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Wart Removal

BOOK A CONSULTATION TODAY WITH DR. BIENENSTOCK FOR NONSURGICAL COSMETIC TREATMENTS THAT CAN HELP YOU ACHIEVE HEALTHY SKIN.

Procedures and Conditions

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Moles

Occur when cells in the skin grow in a cluster instead of being spread throughout the skin. These cells are called melanocytes, and they make the pigment that gives skin its natural color. Moles may darken after exposure to the sun, during the teen years, and during pregnancy. Procedure options Complete removal by surgical excision with suturing of the surrounding normal skin together Debulking (removing a portion, but not all of it).

Skin Tags

A skin tag is a small, soft, flesh-colored skin growth that is usually benign (not cancer). They are among the most common bumps on adult skin. Skin tags are harmless but can be an annoying, itchy problem that interferes with clothing, jewelry. They tend to occur on the eyelids, neck, armpits, groin folds, under the breasts or elsewhere. Procedure options Freezing using very cold liquid (cryotherapy) Sharp blade excision.