Laser toenail fungus treatment is helping many patients, who suffer from toenail fungus. Toenail fungus can make your toenails turn yellow, and make them thick and brittle. They often become painful, because damaged nails will usually become ingrown, and they make your feet lose their pleasantness.
Any toenail fungus sufferer will tell you that that the disease can be difficult to get under control. People will resort to creams, prescription drugs and even natural products to treat it, and usually without any luck.
Most podiatrists know that over half of the patients they see have some sort of toenail fungus infection. The problem with nail fungus seems to be much more widespread than most people think.
What is Laser Toenail Fungus Treatment?
Laser toenail fungus treatment could be what you are looking for, but you should learn a little about what it is, and how it actually works.
Laser toenail fungus treatment uses a laser beam to help kill the fungus. The laser pinpoints the infected area and normally takes about an hour or so to treat.
Although, it kills the fungus, patients need to wait until the new nail can grows and replaces the old one. Also, it normally takes about three laser treatments for it to be the most effective.
Podiatrists, who have been using laser toenail fungus treatment, say that cure rate is much higher than from those, who take oral medications. In addition, laser toenail fungus treatment doesn’t have dangerous side effects, like liver damage, which can be caused by oral medications, such as Lamisil.
You should look into every possibility for treating fungus, including laser toenail fungus treatment. Toenail fungus can spread over time, so you should see your podiatrist as soon as you can. InMotion Foot and Ankle can tell you what options you have.
We are use the latest laser Cutera Genesis Yag laser. The patented Toenail Laser is a specially designed laser beam that goes through the nail and safely reduces the fungal infection in the nail bed that cause Onychomycosis — more commonly known as toenail fungus. It is FDA cleared and backed by significant clinical research.