EFFECTIVE NEW LASER SERVICE FOR TOENAIL FUNGUS (Onychomycosis)!
Nail fungus is a very common nail disorder that affects as much as 12% of Americans. Toe nail fungus is rarely painful unless the growth is so excessive that abnormal fitting of shoes causes pain. Toe nail fungus sufferers feel embarrassed to expose unsightly nails and often feel ashamed to wear sandals in public. Because of nail discoloration, flakiness and foul odor in severe cases, most people are determined to eliminate nail fungus as quickly as possible.
Symptoms of Fingernail and Toenail Fungus
Nail fungus is also known as Onychomycosis or Tinea Unguium. The most common symptoms include discoloration, thickening and flakiness of the nails. Most of the time only several toes are affected. Fungus can affect fingernails, but this is relatively rare.
Without proper treatment, a fungal nail infection will contaminate the entire nail and spread to other nails as well.
Clinical trials indicate that the effectiveness of oral prescriptions for Onychomychosis is less than 50%. The serious side effects of oral medications for toe nail fungus include diarrhea, nausea and can cause liver damage. Topical treatments are even less effective and need to be used for very long periods.
If you have unsightly, thick, discolored toenails - we have a comfortable, quick laser treatment that can treat toe nail fungus (onychomycosis) in four to six treatment sessions.
This laser procedure is a safe and effective alternative to oral prescriptions. Medications can have side effects and topical creams are rarely successful. The laser treats the tissue affected by the fungus and kills the fungus without damaging the surrounding tissue.
The laser protocol involves four treatments spaced at 1, 3,5 and 7 weeks. We will monitor your progress. After the treatment you will be able to wear shoes and nail polish.
Improvements can be noticed in 2 to 4 months, depending on how quickly your toenails grow. Full improvement can take up to one year. New, clear nail growth begins to show at the nail bed as the fungus affected portion of your nail grows out.
If you have a Health Savings Account (HSA), Medical Individual Retirement Account (Medical IRA) or other Flexible Medical Spending Accounts (Medical FSA), you can pay for the laser fungus treatment with these funds. Otherwise, payment can be made with cash, credit or debit card.
We are offering this new laser treatment at introductory prices:
Give us a call at 303-202-0927 to determine whether you would be a good candidate for this new laser treatment.
Below are some before and after photos:
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