Toenail Fungus Cure Los Feliz

Toenail fungus, or onychomycosis, can be one of the most frustrating conditions to endure—especially if you enjoy going barefoot at the beach. Topical treatments can take weeks of repeated applications and keeping your feet covered up to have an effect. And in many cases, the nail fungus just comes back. Most toenail fungus cases aren’t severe enough for doctors to recommend oral medication, given the various risks and side effects. But that doesn’t mean that toenail fungus is something you have to put up with for the rest of your life.

The Laser toenail fungus cure is a safer, more effective alternative that lets you go back to wearing  sandals and showing off your feet without embarrassment.  Here’s why the PinPointe Footlaser is a better nail fungus cure:

One treatment, no recovery time. The Laser toenail fungus cure is non-surgical and requires no medicine or anesthesia. The procedure can be done during a single visit to the doctor’s office. The process takes about an hour, meaning you can easily pop in during your lunch break and be back to work in no time.

More effective treatment. Topical nail fungus cures have a success rate in the single digits, due largely to the fact that they cannot penetrate beneath the nail. Laser nail fungus removal reaches into the root of the nail, eradicating more fungal cells than any cream or ointment.

No side effects. Oral medication has to pass through your entire system before reaching your toes. In the process, it may have an impact on your gastrointestinal system, your liver and even your central nervous system. The PinPointe Footlaser, on the other hand, targets just the fungus cells in your toes or fingers without touching the surrounding tissue.

The PinPointe Footlaser is a premium laser nail fungus treatment that delivers results in just one session. If you want healthier nails without the side effects and inconvenience, contact one of our centers and ask about our laser toenail fungus treatment.

Los Feliz laser nail centers are accepting patients now. Contact an office near you for a free phone consultation.