A serious case of nail fungus can be painful and cause permanent nail damage. In addition, it can cause other serious infections to spread beyond the feet if your immune system is weakened by medications, diabetes, or other conditions. Instead of medication or debridement, Dr. Frankel offers a laser therapy treatment with an 80% success rate to permanently treat nail fungus.
It's painless and is done in the office with three 10-minute procedures every four weeks. For some patients, additional treatments may be required. However, nail fungus doesn't go away on its own. And if you don't treat it, there's a chance it'll get worse. It may spread to other nails or across the body.
It may cause pain when walking. Antifungal pills also work faster than medicines applied to nails. Taking antifungal pills for two months can cure an infection under the nails. Usually, three months of treatment cures a fungal infection in the toenails.
While toenail fungus is common, with approximately 10% of Americans and 50% of people over 70 getting toenail fungus, it's still an unpleasant and embarrassing condition. In the early stages, toenail fungus is not likely to cause discomfort or discomfort on yellowed, thick toenails, or pain that can make walking difficult. Frankel offers its patients a painless laser therapy treatment that has a high success rate compared to other methods of treating nail fungus. Because fungi grow in dark, warm places, toenails are more likely to be affected than fingernails.
Eichelsdorfer offers an effective high-tech treatment to eliminate toenail fungus and prevent it from reappearing. In addition to pain and discomfort, it's crucial to treat nail fungus, as it can spread and cause permanent damage to the nail bed of the feet. While the Internet may suggest home treatments for less serious cases of nail fungus, the problem may worsen if not treated properly. While it comes back, your doctor will likely give you a cream or other treatment to place on your nail bed to keep fungus away.