Toenail Fungus Laser Treatment - Pinpointe Laser
Toenail Fungus Laser Treatments
Stop suffering the pain and embarrassment of unsightly nail fungus. PinPointe FootLaser is the easy and convenient treatment that helps turn your discolored and disfigured nails into clearer, healthier-looking nails.
How It Works
Safe and effective, this in-office treatment is pain-free, has no harmful side effects, and typically takes only about 30 minutes to complete.
The impact of unsightly nail fungus
Nail fungus is a chronic condition that impacts your quality of life and can even lead to serious health problems for patients with diabetes or immune disorders.
The treatment of nail infection is difficult because the infection is under and inside of the nail, which makes it hard for other treatments to reach and destroy the infection. Topical treatments such as medicated nail polish are frequently ineffected. Oral medications may be associated with side effects or serious drug interactions. Home remedies such as using bleach, vinegar, mouthwash, or household cleaners to resolve the problem are often tried but, ultimately, fail to resolve it.
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Toenail fungus (onychomycosis) is an incredibly embarrassing chronic condition affecting millions of Americans. For some with diabetes or immune disorders nail fungus can lead to serious health problems. The PinPointe Foot Laser is a revolutionary new device, cleared by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), to treat toenail fungus. There are none of the potential risks or harmful side effect of anti-fungal medication. A specially-designed laser beam is directed across the nail, penetrating the nail plate and bed, targeting the fungi responsible for the infection. The nail and surrounding tissue are left intact. There is no need for anesthesia before treatment and little or no discomfort during the procedure. No post treatment pain has been observed and there are no limitations in your normal activities afterwards. More than 70% of patients experience improvement after a single treatment.