If yes, our highly effective Lunula ‘cold’ Laser treatment for nail fungus could be the solution for you.
Waverley Foot Clinic Farnham offers ‘cold’ laser therapy for toenail fungus treatment that has a clinical success rate over 80%
Onychomycosis or nail fungus is a chronic fungal infection of the nails that affects an estimated one in ten people. It can often be confused with other conditions, so we recommend that you come in and see one of our podiatrist nail fungus experts for an accurate diagnosis and to see if our laser nail fungus treatment can help you.
The most common signs of nail fungus include:
In toenail and fingernail fungus early stages, you may have no symptoms at all, or you may simply notice a white or yellow spot under the tip of your nail. Slowly the nail may become darker in colour (compare the toe nail with an uninfected pink finger nail) and start to get thicker. Nail fungus does NOT self resolve and grows and spreads nail to nail. Eventually it is very obvious as the nail thickens and becomes a brown/black colour being easily seen from a distance.
Here at Waverley Foot Clinic Farnham, we utilise cutting edge Lunula ‘cold’ Laser fungal nail treatment technology with an over 80% success rate. Using a cold laser that is 100% pain-free, our highly qualified podiatrist will effectively eliminate the nail fungus and spores by stimulating the local blood supply and immune response, which successfully interferes with the cell wall structure.
Put simply; our nail fungus laser treatment will kill off your nail fungus and restore your nails to peak conditions.
Laser treatment for nail fungus is safe, comfortable, and arguably, the most effective long-term solution for nail fungus. Plus, it only takes a course of four 12 minutes treatments per foot per session, meaning you can pop in on your lunch break and still have time left for a bite to eat. We also open at 8.00am for an appointment before work and open late till 7.00pm every Thursday.
Interested in finding out more about how our laser treatment for toenail fungus can help you? Get in touch with one of our caring and professional staff members today for further information or book your treatment.