Goodbye Ugly Toenails - Hello Summer Sandals
Grab your friends and family and check out what is happening Memorial Day at Lone Star Park in Grand Prairie, TX on May 26th, 2014. Take in the excitement of live horse racing, and enjoy the variety of activities in the Family Fun Park. Getting dressed up is a big part of attending a horseracing event, particularly at the Kentucky Derby, but what do you do if you don’t want to wear summer sandals due to your ugly toenails? Dallas Podiatry Works has fungal toenail treatment to zap it for good.
We know and understand every facet of fungal toenails. They can start with a tiny white spot, and then before you know it you have discolored, crumbling toenails that you want to hide at all costs. Unfortunately, a fungal infection can keep spreading and be stubborn to treat; it can even come back when you thought you had it licked. At one time, the go-to solution involved pills or creams, and while they can help, they usually take a while. We want our patients to be happy and have healthy feet. Enter our fantastic Q Clear™ Laser technology, the most state-of-the-art treatment available.
The Q Clear™ Laser is an infrared laser light that passes through the nail to directly target the underlying fungus. It does not hurt, does not damage your nail or surrounding skin, and can eradicate your fungal problem at its root. You may need more than one treatment, and it will take some time for the new, healthy nail to grow back out, but the end result is healthy, new nails! You will be donning your favorite summer sandals before you know it.
For more information on our laser treatment or for another foot problem, contact Dallas Podiatry Works to speak with Dr. Joel W. Brook and Dr. David R. Northcutt. You can reach our Dallas, TX office at (972) 566-7474 or Plano, TX at (972) 943-3323. You can also request an appointment online through our contact page.
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