Laser Treatment for Toenail Fungus

Afraid to wear open-toed sandals in the summer because your toenails are infected with fungus?

This summer you can show off your feet with our Laser Procedure for Toenail Fungus

We know that this can be quite embarrassing, yet it doesn’t need to be. It is often very difficult to get rid of the infection, but our Chiropodists have created a unique and successful program to help rid our patients of the embarrassing problem. Well, we love treating fungal toenails, simply because we know that we can get you the results you’re looking for.

Health Canada Approved
Safe
No Downtime From Activities
Alternative To Prescription Medications
Great Success Rates

Remember, our Foot Health Team is here to help!

Is the Procedure done in the Office?

Yes. Laser treatments are quick, lasting approximately 30-60 minutes depending on
the severity of your toenail infection. Your nails may need to be thinned prior to your
laser treatment in order to achieve the best results.

How Many Treatments do I Need?

Depending on the severity of your condition, 3 treatments are usually recommended. The treatments are done one month apart.

Does the Treatment Hurt?

The nail laser treatments are usually quite comfortable. You may experience a gentle
warming or tingling as the laser works to clear your nail.

How Soon Will I See Improvement?

On average, a toenail will replace itself every 12-18 months. Healthy new growth will
be visible within the first 2 months as your nails continue to grow following the laser
treatment.

What are the Side Effects of Nail Laser?

That is the great news! There are no side effects on your body as the light beam of the laser is focused on the affected area only. That makes this treatment a very safe alternative to oral prescription medication and there is no interruption in your regular activities.

Am I a Candidate for Laser Nail Treatment?

The nail laser is considered very safe for most people. At We-Fix-U, we screen our patients carefully before any treatment is initiated.

Laser nail treatment is not indicated in people with the following:

• Pregnancy
• Skin Cancers
• Numbness or loss of feeling in the feet
• Poor circulation

How Do I Set up an Appointment?

If you are tired of having ugly, yellow toenails and are ready to do something about it, call
any of our locations today to arrange an assessment.

• Health Canada Approved
• Safe
• No Downtime From Activities
• Alternative To Prescription Medications
• Great Success Rates