Is Ugly Nail Fungus Ruining Your Day?

Posted on Tuesday, February 16th, 2016

Talking about nail fungus probably isn’t high on the list of topics to discuss over dinner with family or friends. Unfortunately, toenail fungus is a reality; and it can be an embarrassing condition, especially when you’d like to wear open toed shoes or sandals – that is, until you look down.

There is an answer to fungal nails. It’s here at the Werkman Chiropody and Orthotic Clinic in Oakville. The Noveon® Nailaser™ is the safest and most effective laser treatment option for nails available. The laser is able to kill fungus using certain light wavelengths that are known to disrupt the metabolism of fungal cells. Once their metabolism has been altered, the fungal cells die. Meanwhile, healthy skin and tissue cells are left unharmed.

Before Noveon® NaiLaser™ Nail Laser Treatment for Fungal Nail

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December 10 (Before)

After series of Noveon® NaiLaser™ Nail Laser Treatment for Fungal Nail

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April 21 (After)

The Noveon® Nailaser™ includes several features to ensure effective toenail fungus treatment:

  • Light, not heat – While most toenail fungus lasers use designs that can cause pain and may not kill the fungus, scientists have identified two laser wavelengths that are particularly effective at destroying fungus cells without producing high levels of heat.  The Noveon NaiLaser uses both.
  • Automatic operation – A computer program controls the operation of the Noveon NaiLaser.  This increases treatment effectiveness and reduces the possibility of heat buildup.
  • Patient guards – Instead of a hand-held wand, the Noveon NaiLaser uses laser pathways connected to patient guards treating up to four toes at a single time.
  • Patient control – A patient can instantly stop treatment with a pause switch.

Make every day a great “bare toe” day! Show us your fungal nail and we’ll show you how to get rid of it – for good! Contact us today.

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