Are you tired of thick discolored nails hurting in your shoes?
Are you embarrassed by what people would think if they saw your unsightly nail or warts?
Would you like a simple easy way to get rid of fungus or warts?
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Fungal toenails do not occur due to poor personal hygiene. In fact, you can wash your feet ten times a day and still be prone to getting the dreaded thick and discolored nail.
How did I get it?
Everybody has fungus on their toes and fingers. They are living organisms that are part of the “normal flora” of our skin. In other words, they live together with different types of bacteria on our skin. These living, fungal organisms usually do not cause any infection, but fungus is an opportunistic entity. It thrives in warm, moist environments
Symptoms of toenail fungus
- Thickened and/or discolored
- White, Black, Yellow or Green
- Brittle, Cracked or crumbly
- Swollen and painful nail bed
- White or yellow patches or lines
- Foul smell
- Abnormal shape and deformities
- Loosening, lifting of the nail or falling off of the nail
- Loss of luster and shine
- Dirt and debris stuck underneath
- Discomfort wearing shoes and walking from deformities
- Signs of toenails getting worst
How It Happens
Yellow toenails affect hundreds of thousands of people every year. It is caused by a discolored nail fungus and has nothing to do with your personal hygiene. In fact, you can wash your feet 10 times a day.
When you injure your toenail by stubbing it, dropping something on it or even by someone stepping on it the nail itself lifts up ever so slightly and sometimes comes off all the way. In doing so, the fungus finds a way under the nail and becomes protected by the nail itself. It may then lie dormant for any amount of time. As it slowly begins to infect the surrounding tissue, gradual change in the nail may not be noticed until several months after the injury. In fact, some people can’t even remember a specific incident that caused injury to a toe.
Whatever the reason, fungal toenails no longer have to be the embarrassing part of the body that we hide in the sand at the beach or paint all year round so nobody will see them. Difficulty in treating fungal infections of the nail is due to the infection being inside and under the toenail – not just on top. The treatment must penetrate the hard and thick nail in order to kill the fungal infection. There are a number of treatments available to you. The following are some options depending upon the severity of the fungal infection.
There are many reasons for toe fungus, you may be more prone to getting it if you:
- Poor circulation which causes them to grow more slowly
- Minor skin or nail injuries
- Have immune system problems
- Getting manicures/pedicures in public places
- Share nail tools
- Wear closed footwear
- Have wet feet for long periods of time
- Go to public pools, shower rooms, gyms
- Sweat excessively
- Athletes foot
- Wear nail polish
- Ingrown toenails
- Old age
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|Treatment||Sessions||V.I.P Pricing is Half Off|
|Toenail Discoloration – Fungus||10 toes (Both feet) 3 sessions
5 toes (One foot) 3 sessions
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$599 or 299 if V.I.P.
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There are many different symptoms, signs, and types of onychomycosis. The five main types are Distal Lateral Subungual Onychomycosis (DLSO), White Superficial Onychomycosis (WSO), Proximal Subungual Onychomycosis (PSO), Endonyx Onychomycosis (EO) and Candidal Onychomycosis.
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Patients that suffer from psoriasis (or white dry patches of skin), often mistaken for other skin diseases, such as eczema or dermatitis. It is important to know that plaque psoriasis is a disorder of the immune system, and may respond to various treatments, therefore you may not be a candidate for laser toenail treatment. Please consult with our primary foot care physician Dr. Christina Teimouri, DPM at 724 375 1577.
Many Patients who receive our Wart or Toenail Fungus Removal Treatment also benefit from Skin Tightening, Microdermabrasion, Teeth Whitening, Stretch Mark or Scar Removal.
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