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Why You’ll LOVE Laser Therapy for Fungal Nails

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clear toenailsIf you really want to show your sweetie some love, forget the flowers, chuck the chocolates, and give the luxurious gift of laser therapy for fungal nails! Sure, you’re basically saying “your toenails need help,” but believe us, anyone with toenail fungus will LOVE laser therapy to put an end to their problem!

Toenail fungus turns nails yellow, crumbly, thick, and misshapen. The fungus can spread, emit an odor, and even cause pain wearing shoes or walking. The nail can lift from its bed and collect debris beneath. As if all that isn’t enough, the condition is stubborn and difficult to clear up.

Roses won’t do it, and neither will an assorted box of chocolates, but laser therapy can zap the problem away and leave your Valentine with clear, healthy nails once again – and what’s not to love about that?

In fact, laser treatments will not only renew the luster of toenails, but also a love for wearing open-toed shoes – a nice bonus when you live in California!

Here’s how it works: Laser therapy for fungal nails uses a concentrated light beam to penetrate the nail and eliminate the fungus at its source. Surrounding tissues are completely unharmed, and the procedure is safe, fast, and virtually painless. Typically, it takes a few sessions to totally eradicate the fungus, but this is far more effective and efficient than topical treatments, and even oral medications.

So, whether you need to show your own nails some love, or you want your Valentine to feel confident and happy in sandals again, give us a call to find out more about laser therapy for fungal nails, or go ahead and schedule an appointment. You can reach our office in Carmichael, CA by dialing (916) 961-3434.

Dr. Brian McDowell
Dr. Brian McDowell, board-certified podiatrist, provides cutting-edge foot and ankle care in Carmichael, CA.
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