Do You Have Toenail Fungus?
The most common cause of brittle yellowing nails is fungal infection. Over 35 million Americans have fungal nail infections. Fungi are dermatophytes that feed on nail keratin. These organisms propagate in a warm, dark and moist environment. There is no better place for nail fungus to reside and infect toenails than in shoes. Infected nails have yellowing or white spots on the nails. As the infection develops, nails will get thicker, further discolor and fracture. Progressive infection of additional nails is also very common.
For years, topical solutions were used to treat toenail fungus without much success, then oral medications were developed which had the same mediocre results and more side effects. Removal of toenail fungus using laser treatment is the newest technique to treat toenail fungus, and both physicians and patients have been found to be very satisfied with the results.
“Finally a Solution to Get Rid of Toenail Fungus!”
Ft. Myers Laser Nail Center is pleased to introduce you to a new in-office laser treatment for toenail fungus called the Fox Laser. The Fox Laser treats toenails discolored and thickened by toenail fungus with a much higher success rate than traditional treatment methods. Laser treatment is virtually pain free and patients can resume their normal activity within the day.
“Many of the patients who visit us have tried all of the topical treatments with minimal success” states our board-certified Ft. Myers podiatrist, Dr. Hal Bozof. “The Fox Laser treatment for toenail fungus removal procedure only takes 2-3 treatments to effectively rid them of their fungal nails.”
“You no longer have to live with fungal toenails; call Ft. Myers Laser Nail Center today and let us get you back on your feet.”