Most Effective Laser Nail Fungus Treatment
Totally Feet Podiatry and Laser Center has developed the most effective laser nail fungus treatment yet. Our new proprietary treatment is proving to be nearly 100% effective. Not everyone is a candidate for this new treatment, to see if you are a candidate for our new treatment, call for a consultation. If your insurance does not cover the consultation, you will not be charged. People with psoriasis, lichen planus, slow growing nails, or damage to the root of the nail may not show any improvement. These conditions may cause damage to the nail and mimic the disease of onychomycosis. In these situations, the prognosis is much more unpredictable, and no improvement may be noted with any treatment.
As you can see with these close up images, the nail is growing out clear and normal looking. We are seeing these types of results with everyone enrolled in our trial.
Why Totally Feet Podiatry and Laser Center for the most effective laser nail fungus treatment?
We are the only podiatry office using the Genesis Plus system, this laser is the most effective laser nail fungus treatment. We have made several tweaks to our treatments over the years, improving our outcomes significantly. We believe we have developed the most effective laser nail fungus treatment for this difficult and embarrassing infection. Our results speak for themselves, and our guarantee makes it risk free.
We Guarantee you will see improvement in you nails at 6 months or your money back.
Long Term Results
We are expecting superior long term results with those individuals following our long-term prevention program. Our long-term prevention program is aimed and limiting the potential sources of reinfection and minimizing environmental fungus reinfecting previously treated nails. Life changes need to take place, individuals dealing with these infections are often prone to them, increasing the risk of reinfection. We educate our patients and make sure they understand the fungus and risk factors for reinfection. Even though you do everything right, there is still a chance you may become reinfected.
Maximizing your Results and Long Term Prevention Plan
Before your treatment:
- Remove all nail polish
- Ensure nails are trimmed & cleaned thoroughly with a nail brush
- We highly recommend the use of the SteriShoe (available in the office) to pre-treat each pair of shoes, if you do not have a SteriShoe apply anti-fungal spray to all shoes
- Do not apply any topical antifungals (creams, oils, or powders) for 2 days prior to treatment
After your treatment:
- Wear clean socks/shoes after treatment
- Wash sheets, disinfect shower/bath and vacuum carpets day of treatment
- We highly recommend the use of a SteriShoe (available in the office) to treat each pair of shoes to be worn the following day while going through treatments then weekly. If you do not have a SteriShoe, apply anti-fungal spray to all shoes
- Use antifungal creams topically, massage the cream onto and between all toes, on the bottom, sides and heels of both feet morning and night, you do not need a prescription for these medications. Be sure to carefully look at the label, you should use a product with one of the following active ingredients: clotrimazole 1%, tolnaftate 1%, terbinafine 1%, butenafine 1%, miconazole 2%, or undecylenic acid. These medications are available in cream, spray and powder forms. You should use them consistently and make this a part of your daily routine. Do not discontinue their use; this will put you at a greater risk of reinfection. Please use terbinafine or butenafine cream for the first three weeks.
- Apply Formula 3 to visibly affected nails twice daily
- Try not to walk barefoot in public places (pool, gym, etc.)
- Keep nails trimmed and cleaned (disinfect instruments after each use)
- Nail polish may be applied 24 hours after treatment
- Toenails may take 9-12 months & fingernails may take 6-9 months for complete regrowth.
- Severely infected nails may take longer
- Notify clinic of any concerns
- You may require additional treatments at 4 and 6 weeks depending on the severity of the nail infection
Dr. Terry Oehler