Mr D. Fox
Mr Fox graduated in 1996 with a BSC(Hons) degree in Podiatric Medicine from Leicester University and is Registered with the HCPC. Mr Fox is also a Member of The Royal Society of Medicine & The Royal College of Podiatry.
Hey everyone! Today, I wanted to talk to you about a treatment option for fungal nails: laser treatment.
Fungal nail infections are a common problem that can cause thick, discolored, and brittle nails. They can be difficult to treat with topical or oral medications, and in some cases, the infection can recur even after treatment.
Laser treatment is a relatively new option for fungal nail infections. It involves using a specialized laser to target the fungus that's causing the infection. The laser emits a high-intensity light that penetrates the nail and destroys the fungus without damaging the surrounding tissue.
Laser treatment for fungal nails is a safe and effective option for many people.
One of the benefits of laser treatment is that it's non-invasive and doesn't require any downtime. You can return to your normal activities immediately after the procedure.
If you're experiencing symptoms of a fungal nail infection, talk to our podiatrist about whether laser treatment might be a good option for you. We can help you determine the best course of treatment based on your individual needs and circumstances. With the right care and management, you can get back to having healthy, beautiful nails!
How much does fungal nail treatment cost. At The Foot Clinic Northampton you will get the laser treatment for fungal nails.
Can nail fungus be treated with Laser. Yes.
Is fungal nail treatment with Laser safe. Yes.
Fungal Nails are unsightly and very difficult to treat. Our Podiatrist in Northampton can offer you Laser therapy using a YAG: Nd Laser at 532nm and 1064nm.
The laser has been found to be beneficial in the treatment of fungal nails infections. First our Podiatrist at The Foot Clinic Northampton will reduce the thickness of the nails then Laser each fungal nail with each of the 2 different types of laser.
You do have the option of having the whole nail removed which is a quick painless procedure under local anaesthetic.