Laser Fungal Nail Treatment
What are the benefits?
- No harm to the nail or skin
- No anaesthesia needed
- Usually only four to six sessions required
- Shoes and nail polish can be worn immediately after treatment
Fungal nail infections (Onychomycosis) affects at least 2.5 million people annually with toenails being 25 times more likely than fingernails to become infected.
Have you tried everything?
Multiple therapies, including surgical, chemical, topical, and oral methods, have been used in the past to treat onychomycosis, with oral therapies generally performing best. However, none of these treatment options provide a lasting cure.
Is laser treatment effective?
Clinical trials show that the procedure safely destroys the fungus in 85 – 90% of cases, which is better than the alternative medications.
How long will it take to see results?
After a series of treatments, a new healthy nail will push the diseased portion out, which can then be cut or scraped away.