No one really likes to talk about, let alone look at it. But toenail fungus is more common that you might think and certainly nothing to be ashamed of. For the month of December, Fremont Laser & Skin Care is excited to offer you a solution* to this problem at a reduced rate.
You will receive a total of three laser (3) treatments for the discounted rate of $750.00
*Not everyone is the same. Though 3 treatments should be sufficient, please understand each case is unique. Fremont Laser & Skin Care will work with you to establish the best, most affordable, treatment plan for you.
This offer is only good through the end of the year! Be sure to contact Fremont Laser & Skin Care to set up a complimentary consultation.
Offer expires: 12/31/16
When you live with toe nail fungus, you know exactly how it effects your self-confidence. Instead of hiding your feet, avoiding sandals and covering your toe nails with polish, explore laser treatment for toe nail fungus.
Unlike other toe nail fungus treatments, the GentleMax Pro® laser gets right to the heart of where the fungus lives, unlike oral medications that must first travel throughout your system. The GentleMax Pro® is so powerful and effective that laser treatments are becoming the standard for eliminating toe nail fungus. Compared to oral meds, laser treatment has no side effects and offers long-lasting results.
The GentleMax Pro® laser targets and destroys the fungus while leaving healthy tissue unaffected. The laser emits quick bursts of heat to the area to be treated. Within three to six months, a healthy nail begins to regrow. Since how quickly or slowly nails grow varies from person to person, it can take approximately one year for a new nail to completely replace the infected one.
Normally, you can expect to undergo three GentleMax Pro® laser treatments scheduled four to six weeks apart to completely treat toe nail fungus.
Of course, pain is relative. Some people have a higher tolerance for pain than others. It is possible that you may feel some discomfort during your GentleMax Pro® toe nail fungus treatment. Most report that any discomfort subsides once the procedure is finished.
Contact Fremont Laser & Skin Care to find out if GentleMax Pro® laser treatment can treat your toe nail fungus. Consultations are complimentary.
No doubt about it. Toe nail fungus is unattractive. If you’ve been painting your toe nails with polish to hide their appearance and wearing close-toed shoes, maybe it’s time to determine what is causing the brittleness, distorted thickness and discoloration. When you know the signs of toe nail fungus, you can begin treatment and confidently show your feet again.
The Mayo Clinic classifies toe nail fungus (onychomycosis) as an infection. It occurs when a fungus makes its way into nail. The fungus may start as a yellow or white spot on the nail, and if untreated can grow. If left untreated, the spot grows larger and the healthy nail begins to deteriorate. What’s left is a thickened, discolored, brittle toe nail.
The most common signs of toe nail fungus, both visual and physical, can include:
If any of these symptoms sound and look familiar, you’re probably wondering how the fungus got deep down into your toe nails in the first place.
Blame microscopic fungi, which are everywhere. You’re vulnerable to toe nail fungus anytime, but even tiny cuts between the nail and the nail bed increase your risk. Typically, toe nail fungus is caused by the dermatophyte type of fungus, but mold and yeast also can be the culprits. All three thrive in wet, warm environments. Being barefoot in gyms, locker room areas, hot tub decks, saunas, steam rooms, swimming pool decks and such can bring on a toe nail fungus or other type of fungal foot infection.
Shoes and socks plus sweaty feet can equal a toe nail fungus. This is another warm, wet environment in which toe nail fungus can strike. Toes are far more susceptible to nail fungus than fingers because your feet do not get the circulation that your hands do.
Other factors that put you at risk for toe nail fungus are diabetes, nail trauma (stub your toe or drop something on your toe nail), hygiene, athlete’s foot, immunodeficiency, peripheral vascular disease and hyperhidrosis (excessive sweating).
Toe nail fungus is notoriously difficult to treat. While there are plenty of home remedies on the internet, usually a topical and oral anti-fungal is prescribed, which can take months to be effective. Today, laser treatment for toe nail fungus is an affordable and effective option without side effects or months of treatment.
If you have been hiding your toes for too long, schedule a complimentary consultation with Fremont Laser.