Nail Fungal Treatment

Toe nails become infected as a result of mechanical trauma to the nails creating an entry point for fungal spores. Once infected, toenails will remain infected unless they are treated. Infection can cause discolouration, hardening, thickening, disfigurement of the nails and even pain. Fungal nail infections are very common and affect 1 in 15 people in the UK. The laser procedure is fast, effective and comfortable with results seen within weeks as the nail plate grows out clear. Laser works by killing the fungus that destroys the nail. Success rate from this treatment is up to 95% compared with over the counter prescription medicines.

Treatment for toenail fungus is safe and effective. It’s fast, painless…and takes less than 10 minutes per treatment.

Toenail fungus affects nearly millions of people in the UK. The toenail fungus causes the toenail to be very hard, thick and turn yellow. If you have a fungus infection and you are thinking about different treatments, there are a few options:

Not having treatment and living with the condition.
The use of liquid antifungals such as prescription Penlac which reports a 7% cure rate and 44% improvement rate.
The use of prescription oral Lamisil which reports up to a 66% success rate with need for blood tests to monitor for possible liver damage.
Laser treatment with no side-effects and over 90% success rate.

Chiropodists that are unable to offer Laser NdYag treatments should refer their clients to clinics like Another Level where clients can save money and have cost effective treatments that will deliver the results they need.

We recommend at least 6 treatments every 2/3 weeks.
Several passes of the Laser is carried out on each toe nail.
All toe nails are treated even if they look healthy