LASER THERAPY for TOENAILS

Over 35 million Americans have fungal nail infections.  Previous therapies including surgical excision as well as over the counter and prescription medications have produced mediocre results with some producing undesirable side effects.  Laser treatment kills the underlying pathogens that cause nail fungus.  The laser light passes through the toenail without causing damage to the nail or surrounding skin.  It is safe, painless and has no side effects like surgery or oral medications.

How it works

The laser beam is moved in a grid pattern over the foot nail for an effective treatment.

The nail laser therapy has a high success rate when incorporated with appropriate nail maintenance

  

  • Safe procedure
  • No anesthesia necessary
  • Free from side effects
  • No visible damage to the treated nail or the surrounding skin
  • No medicine necessary
Pricing
 

Laser Therapy for Toenails is based on the number of toenails to be treated.  Please refer to our pricing tab at the top of this page.

An initial consultation is needed for assessment.  The price quoted is inclusive of 5 separate laser sessions that will be scheduled upon initiating treatment. 

 

* According to comparitive research studies, the most effective outcomes are achieved with a total of 3 treatments of all 10 toenails to reduce cross-contamination and re-infection during the process. 

  

Additional maintenance every 6 months for those who have completed a full initial round of therapy within the previous 48 months

 

Laser treatment is a non-invasive treatment option and is administered in a few short sessions. After these sessions, you should be fungus free, although it takes time for the nail to grow from the base to the tip of the toe.  The laser treatment focusses a beam that is painless.  This infrared beam destroys the fungal spores to reduce the incidence of spread.  It also resurfaces the environment allowing for a healthy nail to grow and replace the previously infected fungal toenail.  It is important to remember that the risk of reinfection is still present until the nail plate finishes replacing the previously infected nail plate; therefore, topical medication may be incorporated to maintain a healthy environment and act as an anti-fungal to prevent new infections.