Laser Care is Remarkable

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GenesisPlus Laser Treatment is the way to go for comprehensive treatment of fungal nails. It can be very beneficial, especially if you have nail fungus as this procedure can be your answer to eliminating fungus without the need for aggressive action such as removing part or the entire infected toenail.

Fungal toenails can become discolored, delicate and throbbing. Your toenails can crack which can lead to additional difficulties and complications. With laser treatment, light rays are focused on your toenail, penetrating it and extinguishing any hard to reach fungus. Laser treatment has no harmful side effects since it focuses on the diseased portion of the toenail. As the fungus is abolished, a new nail can grow with renewed vigor. Do not underestimate the power that light beams can have on your toenail health as they travel through your nail and directly to the fungus deep underneath it.

Benefits of Laser Treatment:

  • Laser therapy can be used to amend injured or damaged tissue or toenails. The power of laser therapy is focused on damaged areas, which revitalizes damaged cells and raises the level of circulation to the area. The increased blood flow encourages restorative properties and slows down inflammation.

  • This therapy reduces the necessity of invasive procedures. Surgery will likely entail complications such as making incisions and a long recuperation. Patients are able to get back to their normal routines with speed when laser treatment is used instead of classic surgical methods.

Here at Palm Beach Orthopaedic Institute, our podiatrist, John Schilero, DPM, can use the power of laser treatment to eradicate any fungus under your toenails so that you can live free of toenail issues and avoid painful surgical procedures. If you’ve had enough of toenail pain, contact us for an appointment as we have four offices conveniently located in West Palm Beach, Jupiter, Wellington and Palm Beach Gardens, FL. Don’t miss a chance in reviewing our Patient Education section for much more helpful tips so you can identify foot and ankle conditions before they become a serious threat!