What is Laser Nail Fungus Treatment?
Have you noticed changes to your fingernails or toenails, such as thickened texture or a whitish or yellow discoloration? It could be a sign of a nail fungal infection. The experienced team at New Body Aesthetics in Cincinnati, OH is equipped to diagnose and treat nail fungus to help get rid of the infection. Our providers are pleased to perform state-of-the-art laser nail fungus treatments with Alma Harmony XL PRO technology. With most cases of nail fungus, a professional treatment is typically needed since the condition can be tough to treat with home remedies, like medicated creams. If you're dealing with symptoms of a nail fungal infection, we invite you to contact our office to schedule a consultation with Dr. Gaiser.
What are the Benefits of Laser Nail Fungus Treatments?
A laser nail fungus treatment at New Body Aesthetics goes deep to address the source of your nail fungus problem and offers a number of benefits like:
- More effective than at-home treatments
- Improves the nails' appearance
- Restores nail health
- Prevents spreading and further complications
- Treatments are quick
- No medications
- Nonsurgical, pain-free procedure
- No recovery period
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Laser Nail Fungus Treatment FAQs
How many treatments are necessary for laser nail fungus treatment?
While significant results can be seen after only one treatment, most patients will need to undergo 3 – 4 treatments before we can be sure that the fungus has been completely eradicated. Each of these treatments will be scheduled 5 – 6 weeks apart in order to ensure the complete removal of all spores of fungi.
Will my insurance cover laser nail fungus treatment?
As this procedure is deemed to be for aesthetic purposes, it will likely not be covered by your insurance. However, laser nail fungus treatment is extremely effective in ridding your nails of stubborn fungus. Contact New Body Aesthetics in Cincinnati, OH today for details regarding financing.
What causes fungus to grow under the nails?
Fungal organisms, or fungi, are at the root of the problem of fungal nail infections. When they are able to find a home under your fingernail or toenail, they begin to rapidly multiply and spread. Some other substances, including yeast and mold, can also cause infections under the nail.
What will happen if nail fungus is not properly treated?
The uninterrupted growth of a fungal nail infection will likely lead to difficulty walking, exercising, and even doing mundane tasks, such as typing. Additionally, the nails will begin to become more and more fragile as time goes on. For these reasons, it is important to begin to cure the nails through the use of laser nail fungus treatment at the earliest sign of a problem.