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Toenail Fungus Removal Using Laser

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Toenail fungus is easy to spot, but difficult to treat!  Over-the-counter treatments may be able to diminish or eliminate the visible symptoms, but nail fungus often comes back, and complete eradication is an ongoing battle. Unfortunately, most home remedies and grocery store medications result in little to no benefit and are costly. 

Kill the problem once and for all with laser treatments from Alma Lasers using the Harmony XL Pro. This treatment targets toenail fungus by sending light energy beams creating heat in the nail. The beams treat fungus at the source below the nail plate. Microsecond pulses of light energy are set on high repetition to gradually heat and completely kill all trace of fungal organisms.

What should I expect from laser treatment for toenail fungus?


Our laser is FDA-cleared for treatment of toenail fungus and is virtually painless. It can be used to treat a single nail or multiple affected areas for both toenails and fingernails. Most patients feel nothing other than a comfortable sense of warmth and the procedure is over in under 30 minutes. The laser will not destroy the nail or surrounding skin, only the fungus.

Most cases require multiple treatment sessions. This treatment requires no downtime!

Come in for treatment during your lunch break and you can immediately get back to work with no symptoms!

What are the benefits of this treatment?


In addition to killing the fungal organisms, the non-ablative energy also heats up the skin tissue, without destroying it. The nail will heal and return to normal with consistent laser treatments. Once treatments are complete you don’t have to worry about fungus spreading to other toes and fingers or to those around you. Eliminating the cause is the first step, then your body is free to heal and rejuvenate without risk of reinfection.

Toenail fungus is more than just an embarrassing visible flaw – it’s unhealthy. As the white and pink part of the nail begins to turn yellow, it also typically hardens, thickens, and can even crack or splinter. Damage also often spreads to the skin around the nail as the fungus finds new spaces to grow. 

Do you have embarrassing fungus on your nails? Schedule your free consult today!

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