Toe Nail Fungus Laser Treatment – South Florida
There Are Four Types of Toenail Fungus:
1. The most common form is distal subungual onychomycosis, which invades the nail bed and the underside of the nail plate.
2. White superficial onychomycosis is caused by fungal invasion of the superficial layers of the nail plate.
3. Proximal subungual onychomycosis is fungal penetration of the newly formed nail plate through the proximal nail fold.
4. Candidal onychomycosis is the invasion of the fingernail, usually occurring in persons who frequently immerse their hands in water.
Toe Nail Fungus Symptoms
• Thickening of nail
• Toenail discoloration (white, black, yellow, or green)
• As the infection progresses the nail can become brittle, with pieces breaking off or separating away from the toe or finger completely.
• If untreated, the skin can become inflamed and painful underneath and around the nail.
Laser Treatment With the FDA Approved NaturaLase 980
At Paradigm Podiatry, we utilize the NaturaLase 980 to eradicate and cure this common podiatric condition in those in South Florida who suffer from this embarrassing condition. The NaturaLase 980 is FDA approved. With the use of this laser, tiny pulses of light pass through the nail, surrounding tissue, and the fungus underneath. The laser light causes the pigment in the fungus to heat and kill or damage the fungal organism. The fungus is eradicated without any damage to the surrounding nail or skin. It’s a highly effective painless way to treat toe nail fungus.
This versatile laser system allows practitioners to deliver some of the most exciting new procedures in laser medicine. Laser leg vein treatments, ablation of warts, and aesthetic treatment of toes and feet are all available with the NaturaLase 980.
980 Diode lasers have been used for a variety of applications in a variety of offices. Applications include Laser Lipolysis, Vascular Lesions, Endovenous Vein Therapy, Laser Surgery; and most important to our practice, the NaturaLase 980 laser can perform podiatric laser treatments for toes and feet.
Patients come to us as far as Miami and Palm Beach and as close as Fort Lauderdale / Broward County and in our backyard of Pembroke Pines and Miramar to get this amazing new treatment.
What To Do Now
Have a question about treatment, insurance or ready to schedule an appointment? Call us at (954) 391-7674 or fill out the form above.