Toenail Fungus: Lose the Pills. Choose the Laser.

Fungal toenailsThe only things less attractive than a fungal toenail infection, are the typical treatment options for it! The topical medications test your patience, with application after application barely making a dent in the problem. Prescribed oral options are stronger, but can have side effects and still take a long while before you are able to see results. In the meantime, your toenails grow more and more yellow, thick, and brittle—Ugh!

Laser treatment for toenail fungus, however, not only conquers the problem quickly, but also is free from side effects—an attractive option that leads to the return of healthy and attractive nails—Hooray!

Here’s how it works: a concentrated wavelength of light pinpoints the source of the fungus, passes through the nail to its bed, and destroys the fungus where it has taken hold without damaging any of the surrounding tissues. This is safe and—other than a slight warm sensation—virtually painless. It takes from 10 – 40 minutes, depending on the number of toenails being treated, and around 6 sessions usually does the trick.

Fungal toenails may be stubborn, but they’ve finally met their match! Laser treatment is like a secret weapon against the discoloration, distortion, and downright unsightliness that accompanies a fungal infection. 

Find out more about it, or make your first appointment to get rid of your toenail fungus starting today.  Call (760) 568-0108 to reach our Palm Desert, CA office or use our contact form here on our website. Forget about painting on ineffective remedies or taking pills to get your nails back to looking great. Choose laser treatment for toenail fungus—the clear choice for clear results!

In the meantime, keep your feet clean and dry, sanitize pedicure tools, and stay clear of going barefoot in the favorite haunts of fungi, including locker room showers, pool decks, saunas, and gyms. 

Dr. Harvey Danciger
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Dr. Harvey Danciger is a podiatrist and foot surgeon in Palm Desert, CA specializing in the foot and ankle
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