Laser Nail Fungus Treatment

We use advanced laser technology to rid you of Nail fungus quickly.

The Podiatrists at Advanced Foot Care are dedicated to providing the best treatment for your feet, hands, and ankles. Our goal is to improve your quality of life and prevent long-term problems.

What is nail fungus?

Nail fungus develops when fungi infect the toes or fingers. Symptoms include discolored nails, thickening of the nails, separation of the nail from the skin, and sometimes pain. The most common cause of nail fungus is the Athlete’s Foot, which often makes its way inside via a shoe and grows in warm, moist conditions around a person’s toes. Fungi can also enter through open wounds in your skin.

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How does laser nail fungus removal work?

Quick and painless removal of unsightly nail fungus. 

Laser nail fungus treatment is a non-invasive procedure that is FDA approved. The procedure delivers a powerful laser light penetrating the nail bed and destroying the virus. This process can take anywhere from one to six treatments, depending on your current condition and how bad it is.

What are the benefits of laser nail fungus treatment?

The benefits of laser nail fungus treatment include – Quicker recovery time – No need for invasive surgery – Minimal downtime – Perfect for those with diabetes or poor circulation. 

Advanced Foot Care can help!

Our doctors are specialists in diagnosing and treating all types of toenail fungus that may develop. Our laser treatment can help restore your quality of life. Contact us today to schedule an appointment.

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Dr. Hendizadeh, DPM, FACFAS of the Advanced Podiatry/Advanced FootCare team discusses stubborn toenail fungus or onychomycosis.

Our practice was the first on Long Island in 2008 to offer our patients Pin Pointe Laser treatment which is the only FDA approved laser treatment for toenail fungus. Dr. Hendizadeh also discusses both oral and topical treatment options.

“Here at Advanced Podiatry we want to knock your socks off, but we also want to treat your problem.” – Dr. Pedram Hendizadeh

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