Laser Treatment for Toenail Fungus
Do you avoid going barefoot or wearing open-toed sandals because of your toenails? If you have thick, dry, crumbly, discolored toenails, you have all the signs and symptoms of onychomycosis. More commonly known as toenail fungus, onychomycosis can be quite distressing. It can also be painful.
If you’ve spoken to your doctor, they may have mentioned an oral medication you can take – one which your insurance company likely doesn’t cover. Those medications can also cause liver damage, so you may have to have regular bloodwork while taking them. And to top it off, these medications are only effective for 65% of people! In addition, messy creams and lacquers have a low success rate and must be used daily for up to a year.
We have a much safer and effective alternative: laser treatment for toenail fungus. Keep reading to learn how this treatment works.