Fungus Laser Therapy
So many of our patients come to us embarrassed to wear sandals because they're afraid someone may think poorly of them when they see the condition of their toenails.
We know exactly how frustrating treating fungus can be and we are proud to be among the first podiatrists in Kentucky to use laser therapy for treating yellow, crumbly, thick and unattractive nails.
How Does It Work?
Our Remy Laser is FDA cleared for the treatment of Onychomycosis (toenail fungus), as well as for other causes of dystrophic toenails such as trauma or auto-immune disorders. The laser treatment is:
- has no harmful side effects
- can be performed quickly
Laser therapy is not for everyone, so it's important to be evaluated by a podiatric physician to evaluate the level of damage to the nail and determine if you are a candidate.
Remember, that the earlier you detect and treat fungus, the better your chances are of once again achieving beautiful sandal-worthy toenails.
Toenail fungus is notoriously tough to treat. Laser therapy, when included in a comprehensive treatment plan suited to your individual case, is highly effective.
"If you have this problem, I most definitely recommend that you come in and get the laser treatments and let Lexington Podiatry get you back on your feet and back in your open-toed shoes and your flip flops...if Dr. Freels will allow you to wear them!"
- Conchita Everman, patient
Watch Conchita describe her experience and see her laser therapy results!
Podiatrists specialize in the treatment of all things feet and have the most advanced technology available for your fungal toenails.
It is based on the number of nails. Please schedule a consultation for an exact quote.
Although insurance does not currently cover laser therapy, Care Credit, Health Savings Accounts and Flex Spending Accounts will cover the procedure.
Not all nail fungus responds to laser treatment the same, therefore Lexington Podiatry gives no guarantee of outcome. We have