Toe nail fungus, also known as Onychomycosis, is a common dermatological disorder that affects the feet. Patients often complain that the fungus is unsightly and embarrassing due to its appearance. However, the condition can sometimes go unnoticed, remaining undetected for years without causing problems or pain.
Common signs of the disease include:
Contributing factors that play a role in the development of a toe nail fungus infection include:
Previously, this condition could only be treated with oral medication and topical creams, both of which can come with risks. Oral medication in particularly has worrying side effects that can affect the liver, requiring blood test monitoring to prevent damage from occurring.
Fortunately, the PinPointe FootLaser provides new hope to patients suffering from Onychomycosis and other types of toe nail fungus. Each treatment is quick and easy, lasting roughly 30 minutes and requiring no anaesthesia. It’s also convenient, as it can be performed in the office of your podiatrist where you may feel most comfortable.
The PinPointe FoorLaser has no health restrictions or limitations. It has performed well in clinical studies, with no recorded incidences of adverse reactions, injuries, disabilities or side effects.