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Interested in Laser for Nail Fungus? Now’s the Time

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Starting on your foot health now can make a big difference for your feet when hot weather rolls around again—particularly if you’re taking care of fungal nails. Those unsightly, embarrassing nails that you’ve been hiding won’t go away on their own, but with the right treatment and enough time, your nails can be restored to their natural, beautiful selves. That’s why now is the perfect time to start laser nail therapy.

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Fungal infections are stubborn, especially when they’re under your nails. It takes targeted, consistent treatment to eradicate the problem. There are several options to do this, of course. Topical medications kill fungus on the surface, while oral medications get into your blood stream and reach pathogens under your toenails. Laser therapy is particularly successful because its powerful light is able to pass harmlessly through your keratin and destroy the fungus at the source. It does this quickly, in just a few appointments, while other methods can take many months to succeed.

This is laser treatment’s great strength, and why you should start it now, during the cooler months. Clear, uninfected nail tissue takes time to grow and replace the damaged keratin. The sooner the fungal infection is eliminated, the sooner your healthy nails can grow in. Because the laser works quickly, it can make a big difference for how your nails grow and heal over the months leading into spring and summer.

So if you’d like clear, healthy nails this summer, now is the time to begin your laser nail therapy. Our experts will help you work on eliminating the pesky fungus now, which will allow plenty of time for your nails to grow clean and clear before summer arrives. Don’t put this off and live with unsightly nails. Contact Dallas Podiatry Works in Dallas and Plano for more information or to get started clearing up your nails right away. You can use our website or call to reach us: (972) 566-7474 for our Dallas office, or (972) 943-3323 for our Plano location.

Category: Toenail Restoration

Dr. Joel W. Brook
Dr. Joel Brook is a board-certified podiatrist and foot and ankle surgeon at Dallas Podiatry Works in TX.

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