If you’ve been trying to get rid of nail fungus with topical ointments or don’t want to use a medication with side effects, there’s an option you may not have considered: laser treatment. Laser therapy can kill nail fungus without damaging the surrounding nail or skin tissue.
Whether you have just started to get a nail fungal infection, or whether your nails have already become thick and brittle, a laser treatment can work for you.
Nail fungus is uncomfortable, sometimes embarrassing, and difficult to treat. Remove your toenail fungus today.
After a laser treatment, you can expect the following results: New nail growth that is clear and healthy — The disappearance of nail fungus — No side effects
Our toenail fungus removal service uses a laser to safely kill the fungus. The laser emits carefully calibrated wavelengths that kill the fungus, without damaging your surrounding skin. The wavelengths are able to pass through the toenail, penetrating to any fungus beneath the nail that you cannot reach with ointments and powders. Once the fungus is gone, your new toenail growth should return to a healthy appearance.
No! This is a gentle procedure. The area around your toes will feel warm during treatment, and you may find the sensation uncomfortable, but it is not painful.
For some patients, one treatment is enough to eradicate nail fungus. For others, we recommend a short series of treatments spaced about one month apart.
Laser treatments work to kill toenail fungus quickly, but it takes longer for your toenails to grow. Your existing nails will not change, but new growth over the coming months should be healthy. If you are experiencing discomfort from the nail fungus, you can expect relief within 1-2 weeks.
Different treatments work better for different people. Topical creams are very affordable, but they cannot reach the fungus underneath your nails. Some people find oral medications to be effective, but these have a risk of creating liver problems. Laser antifungal treatments are very safe and do not carry any serious side effects, which is one reason we recommend them.
Unfortunately, toenail fungus can be hard to permanently get rid of. Some groups, such as seniors, people with diabetes, and athletes are more likely to get toenail fungus. You can minimize your risk by wearing breathable shoes and getting new shoes once yours are worn. When possible, go without shoes to let your feet breathe, and if you are wearing shoes all day, change your socks midway through the day. Make sure that you’re washing your feet and hands regularly. And wear shower shoes or sandals whenever you are in a locker room, public pool, or any other shared area.TOENAIL FUNGUS REMOVAL INSTRUCTIONS
People are so great! I feel comfortable there and the laser doesn't hurt! Sometimes feels like small pinches but feels like a ultrasound! Highly highly recommend.
— Jaclyn Swanson
Ready to show off your fresh feet? Call us to book a toenail fungus removal treatment in Houston.