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Laser Treatment For Fungal Nail Infection

Laser Treatment For Fungal Nail Infection

Having abnormal looking toenails can deplete confidence and be incredibly frustrating to live with, especially for woman. You may feel unable to wear shoes you once loved due to your nail condition out of fear of someone noticing your condition. Not only can toenail issues such as fungal nail infection affect your confidence, but they can have side-effects on your health too and leave suffers unable to enjoy activities they once loved. There is a solution to your toenail condition however, and it’s completely possible for you to gain control once more over your fungal nails with the help of the experts at Canterbury Skin and Laser Clinic.

Laser treatment for fungal nail conditions

The first step to treating your toenail condition is to diagnose the problem. Many people have suspicions about possible conditions their toenails are suffering with, but do not actively seek out a professional diagnosis for a number of reasons including embarrassment and fear their condition is worse than they thought. This is something that suffers should never do as the key to gaining the best results from your treatment is to act upon it as soon as you notice a difference in your toenails. In many cases a patient’s lifestyle, hobbies, diet or genetics hold the answer to what is causing the infection or ailment, and diagnosing these factors can prevent conditions such as fungal nail infection from developing.

Making the right choice

The first step in many patients journey to healthier toenails begins with a consultation and examination with a cosmetic nail expert. This consultation may involve a thorough examination of the affected toenails, questions about your diet, lifestyle and any genetic conditions that run in your family, as well as a blood nail clippings test. These steps are all essential to diagnosing the issue and beginning your journey to healthier toenails.The next step after a diagnosis it to undergo treatment. Patients might find that a simple oral medication or anti-bacterial cream is all that is needed, but some may find thorough treatment in the form of laser toenail treatment is needed to tackle the infection.

Canterbury Skin and Laser clinic offers a course of laser treatment for a number of toenail conditions including fungal nail treatment that not only relieves the symptoms of fungal nail infection but also helps to kill the infection – leaving you with healthier looking toenails that help to restore your confidence in the appearance of your feet. Laser nail treatment is performed in a course of 3 initial sittings with a 4 week interval between sittings, however further sittings might be needed. A topical agent is also usually prescribed during this time to reduce the chance of the infection reoccurring.

The experts say:
Fungal nail infections can be a debilitating condition for some suffers. Not only can it cause some discomfort and issues in daily life for sufferers, but it can have a profound effect on their confidence. For many suffers, they dread the summer months as it becomes less possible for them to wear footwear that covers their condition due to the heat. If you have seen a visible change in the look of your toenails the team at Canterbury Skin and Laser Clinic strongly suggest you seek professional help. The sooner your condition is diagnosed the sooner you can gain relief and prevent permanent damage to the condition of your toenails. Canterbury Skin and Laser Clinic has a devoted team of cosmetic professionals that are trained and well experienced at treating toenail conditions such as fungal nail infections, and are more than capable of providing the solution that you desire whilst providing the highest standard of patient care to you.

If you would like more information on laser toenail treatments for conditions such as fungal nail infection then book your consultation with the experts at Canterbury Skin and Laser Clinic today. Service available in Canterbury, Ashford, Dover, Faversham, Folkestone, Thanet and Kent.