LASER TREATMENT FOR TOENAIL FUNGUS
Laser Treatment for Toenail Fungus in Philadelphia
Have you tried other treatments that have failed? Has your toenail fungus come back? The latest laser treatment technology can help to eliminate your toenail fungus. At our location we offer the PinPointe Toenail Laser. You can use your HSA/FSA to pay for this treatment.
During the laser treatment, a laser beam will be slowly directed across the nail bed. The energy of the laser beam is absorbed by the underlying fungal colony. This denatures the enzymes within the fungus that allows continued growth.
Only a laser can penetrate the nail with the required effect.
Many people have tried treatments of different varieties and found that the results were poor or even no change at all. The team at Philly City Foot Doc has successfully performed laser toenail fungus treatment in Philadelphia on hundreds of patients, including some of the most challenging cases. Our staff is trained in the use of the latest technology and treatment and our offices are equipped with the best equipment. If you have disappointed by other laser nail treatments then we would love to see you for a consultation. We can discuss our treatment approach and the equipment that we use. We currently use the PinPointe Toenail Laser, and this treatment is eligible for payment with your HSA or FSA account. This treatment is safe and effective, with non of the harmful side effects that can happen with certain medications. So if your nails are thick, brittle and discolored, we suggest you have a podiatrist provide the most up-to-date information about your condition and treatment options.
Do you want to find out more about laser nail fungus treatment in Philadelphia? You may want to check out the information we provide here. You will learn about how effective the treatment is and how likely you are to see improvement, as well as how long it will take. You will also learn that the procedure is painless and takes less than 30 minutes. One important thing to know is that results are not immediate, meaning you will not see the change immediately following the procedure. This is because the damaged part of the toenail must grow out, which can take up to 12 to 24 months. We will discuss all of these facts and we are happy to answer any questions or concerns that you have.
You should know that if you do not get treatment, your condition is likely to get worse over time and spread to other toenails. Since the effects of any treatment are not immediately noticeable (see above), you may not even be aware that you are not improving, and in fact, getting worse if you use over the counter products or home remedies. A consultation or pre-treatment discussion with a podiatrist will give you any information that you need to make an informed decision, and we recommend you have all of the facts about the various treatment options before spending time and money searching for the answers. We hope that the toenail fungus information provided on our website is helpful to you and is useful as you deal with this embarrassing condition. You are not alone and we understand how you fell and how much you want to be free of toenail fungus. We are here to help!