Laser Nail Therapy
Laser Nail Treatment Benefits
The reasons for nail discoloration can range from athlete’s foot to trauma from injuries and can cause discoloration, thickness, foul odors, and even nail detachment. We understand nail discoloration can be painful, unsightly, and embarrassing, but it doesn’t have to be permanent.
Laser treatments have successfully been used to treat the discoloration of the nail for the last ten years. While over the counter treatments have a success rate of 8% and prescription medicine can have side effects that cause liver damage, laser treatment promote clear nail growth in better than 68-80% of cases. Treatments are fast, painless, and don’t have the side effects.
The Q-ClearTM laser treatment can effectively and efficiently rid you of ugly unsightly toenail infections in as little as one treatment, depending on the severity of the condition.
The mid-infrared laser wavelength penetrates the nail and the nail bed, eliminating the destructive infection, thus allowing your own body to revitalize your own nail naturally as it grows out clean clear and healthy.
Before & After Laser Nail Therapy
Get Rid Of nail fungus
We offer laser treatments that will improve the appearance of the toenail that has been damaged by nail fungus (Onychomycosis). This Cosmetic procedure will clear your nail and have a healthier look.
We are conveniently located in New York City, in the downtown Flatiron area, welcoming clients from all boroughs and the tri-state area.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Some may see a resolution of nail fungus with a single treatment, but it may take up to 12 months for the nail to grow out to see the full success. We recommend 2 to 3 treatments for optimal results.
Laser treatment is a cosmetic technique and is not covered by insurance.
This depends on the client pain tolerance, but you may feel warmth and snapping sensation
Laser treatment for fungal nails is an FDA approved technique, and unlike drugs and surgery is painless and has no side effects.
Lasers have been used successfully in this treatment for ten years. There has also been significant clinical research proving that laser techniques improve the condition of infected toenails.
No, laser nail treatment works on fingernails as well.