Toenail Fungus is a common
nail infection that can cause the
thicken and take on a yellowish or cloudy appearance. The nails can become rough and crumbly, or can even separate from the
nail bed. Generally, there is no pain or physical symptoms, unless the disease has progressed to a severe stage of development.
As far as the available treatments, one can use over-the-counter antifungal creams & ointments , which are proven to be the least effective method, since they work only superficially.
Prescription medication can also be used to treat Toenail Fungus . These drugs are usually taken orally. They have frequently been associated with both a long list of side effects and liver toxicity. They are also rather pricey. A normal course of oral treatment for Toenail Fungus
infection is 12 weeks.
Traditional drug-based Toenail Fungus treatment is relatively ineffective, and repeated Toenail Fungus reinfection is also common.
We are proud to say that
Pin Pointe Foot Laser is now being used in our office to eliminate Toenail Fungus once and for all.
The state-of-the art
Pin Pointe Foot Laser technology has been designed specifically for the treatment of Toenail Fungus . This technology is the result of 20 years of research by a team of scientists and medical professionals.
Pin Pointe Laser is the ultimate Toenail Fungus treatment. It eliminates Toenail Fungus
infections once and for all, but also requires and involves:
Our Clinics in downtown Los Angeles and in West Los Angeles, are fully equipped with all the
necessary tools and requirements for treating Toenail Fungus
laser. The treatment usually takes no longer than an hour and most Toenail Fungus
infections are treated in one
Pin Pointe Laser is the most recent and advanced method for Toenail Fungus Treatment. If you or someone you know is suffering from Toenail Fungus
infection or other problems related to
ankle please contact our office for an appointment.
Tel. 213-484-0040 (Metropolitan Los Angeles) or Tel. 310-477-9210 (West Los Angeles).
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