Toenail Fungus Laser Treatment
By PODIATRY FOOT AND ANKLE INSTITUTE
July 19, 2017
Category: Foot Care
Tags: Toenail Fungus  

Toenail fungus is an unpleasant foot condition that starts as a minor annoyance but can quickly turn into a major concern. An easy solution toenail fungusis available at Podiatry Foot and Ankle Institute in Hackensack and Montvale, NJ called the Dyad NaiLaser. It’s superior to the traditional way of treating fungus in speed and efficiency. Find out more about toenail fungus and how it can be eliminated by your podiatrist with a laser treatment.

Where Does Toenail Fungus Come From?
Toenail fungus is spread from one person to another. Fungi thrives in wet and warm places. It grows on the toenails because they are inside of your cramped shoes for most of the day. Toenail fungus most often affects athletes and swimmers who spend a lot of time in wet environments, or who share showers. Also, if someone has toenail fungus and you share a nail clipper, socks or shoes, with them, that could cause a new infection. In severe cases, the toenail can turn brown or green, the feet can have a bad odor, and the whole nail could eventually come off.

Laser Treatment
Your podiatrist can use the light from a laser to eliminate fungus on, around and under the toenails. A modern tool called a Dyad NaiLaser is designed to reach the fungus under the nail and neutralize it. The skin and nail tissue that’s still healthy will be unbothered. Depending on the severity of the issue, you may have to visit your Hackensack or Montvale podiatrist two or three times for laser sessions. 

In and Out of the Office
The great thing about laser treatment for toenail fungus is that it is a relatively quick procedure that can be performed in the podiatrist’s office. The appointment is complete in about 30 minutes. After the treatment is done, you can usually go home or return to work. It’s pain-free and there’s no period of recovery required after. You also don’t have to worry about applying messy creams to your toes on a daily basis. 

Get Treatment for Toenail Fungus
See a foot doctor at the first sign of toenail fungus—before it has a chance to spread and get worse. Call Podiatry Foot and Ankle Institute today to schedule an appointment with your Hackensack (201-488-FOOT) or Montvale (201-391-8282) podiatrist.

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