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Laser Toenail Fungus Treatment


There is a better way to treat toenail fungus (onychomycosis) that does not entail using harsh medicines that work in only about half of the patients. We are pleased to be now offering the new Advance Pin Point™ 1064nm laser procedure, it is a quick and comfortable way to clear the nail without drug therapy. Clear nail growth can be observed following 1-3 sessions of laser treatments.



During this 15- to 30-minute treatment, our Medical Laser Technician guides a pen-like laser over the infected nail surface to kill embedded nail fungus with the lasers light. It may take multiple treatments to kill the fungus, but once it's conquered, clear nails grow in over the coming months.

Start your treatments now as it can take 4-9 months for the infected nail to grow out and new healthy nails to take there place.


Toenail fungus often occurs in adults and can be contracted in many different ways including pedicures by others, nail injuries, or even wearing closed-in footwear. However contracted, usually you will notice brittleness, discoloration, and thickening of the nail including change of shape. If left untreated it can permanently damage the nail and spread to surrounding nails and skin. Over-the-counter creams and ointments generally do not help in the fight of toenail fungus. Oral medicines for toenail fungus need about 2-3 months to treat this condition and are only successful in about 50% of the patients. Oral medicines can have harmful side effects, including damage to your liver.

You may have nail fungus if one or more of your nails are:

• Thickened
• Brittle, crumbly or ragged
• Distorted in shape
• Dull, with no shine
• A dark color, caused by debris building up under your nail

Infected nails also may separate from the nail bed, a condition called onycholysis. You may feel pain in your toes or fingertips and detect a slightly foul odor.

Factors that can increase your risk of developing nail fungus include:

• Being older, owing to reduced blood flow, more years of exposure to fungi and slower growing nails
• Perspiring heavily
• Being male, especially if you have a family history of nail fungal infections
• Working in a humid or moist environment or in a job where your hands are often wet, such as bartending or housekeeping
• Wearing socks and shoes that hinder ventilation and don't absorb perspiration
• Living with someone who has nail fungus
• Walking barefoot in damp communal areas, such as swimming pools, gyms and shower rooms
• Having athlete's foot
• Having a minor skin or nail injury or a skin condition, such as psoriasis
• Having diabetes, circulation problems or a weakened immune system.


These habits can help prevent nail fungus or reinfections:

·                     Wash your hands and feet regularly and keep your nails short and dry. Wash your hands and feet with soap and water, rinse, and dry thoroughly, including between the toes. Trim nails straight across and file down thickened areas.

·                     Wear socks that absorb sweat. Fabrics effective at wicking away moisture include wool, nylon and polypropylene. Change your socks often, especially if you have sweaty feet.

·                     Choose shoes that reduce humidity. It also helps to occasionally take off your shoes or wear open-toe footwear.

·                     Discard old shoes. If possible, avoid wearing old shoes, which can harbor fungi and cause a reinfection. Or treat them with disinfectants or antifungal powders.

·                     Use an antifungal spray or powder. Spray or sprinkle your feet and the insides of your shoes.

·                     Wear rubber gloves. This protects your hands from overexposure to water. Between uses, turn the gloves inside out to dry.

·                     Don't trim or pick at the skin around your nails. This may give germs access to your skin and nails.

·                     Don't go barefoot in public places. Wear sandals or shoes around pools, showers, and locker rooms.

·                     Choose a reputable nail salon. Make sure the place you go for a manicure or pedicure sterilizes its instruments. Better yet, bring your own and disinfect them after use.

·                     Give up nail polish and artificial nails. Although it may be tempting to hide nail fungal infections under a coat of pretty pink polish, this can trap unwanted moisture and worsen the infection.

·                     Wash your hands after touching an infected nail. Nail fungus can spread from nail to nail.

1 Foot $149
Both Feet $299
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