Nail Fungus Treatment
There are many options for the treatment of fungal toenails. While they can be painful and unsightly, toenail fungus is generally not life-threatening. Traditionally, topical medicine has a success rate of only 10-20%. Oral medication is more effective, but the most effective method of treatment is treatment by laser. This laser is painless and requires no further medication to eradicate the fungus.
Clear Toenails Made Easy: Q-Clear Laser Treatment
Many people have a toenail that has thickened and no longer looks clean and clear. More than likely it’s a fungus under the nail called Onychomycosis. Nail fungus treatment has advanced tremendously in recent years. In the past, in order to eliminate the fungus and clear the nail bed, there have been oral prescription medications that may require follow-up blood work or over-the-counter topical medicines that may not be effective.
Today new technology is available that treats Onychomycosis with an FDA-approved laser procedure. The Q-Clear laser treatment is not painful. The patented technology kills the pathogens that cause toenail fungus through high-intensity pulses of light that penetrate the nail. Healthy tissue that is near the fungus is unaffected.
The procedure only takes about 30 minutes and normal activity can be resumed immediately.
Most insurance companies believe laser toenail fungus removal is a cosmetic procedure so they may not cover the cost. Be sure to check with your insurance company to find out their restrictions. But remember, healthy feet and nails are an important part of your overall health. We welcome the opportunity to talk with you about the procedure and help you decide if Q-Clear is right for you!
Triad Foot & Ankle Center wants you to put your best foot forward and is committed to helping you have happy healthy feet!
Don’t hide your feet or be self-conscious about your toes! Feel good about the way you look and take advantage of the newest technology to help keep your feet healthy.
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