Personalized Toenail Fungus Treatment

Tired of toenail fungus? Let us help you find healthier and clearer nails. Our award-winning doctor is here to formulate a personalized treatment plan to get you one step closer to beautiful nails.  

Toenail Fungus

Toenail fungus—also known as onychomycosis—is a fungal infection of the nail that can cause embarrasing and sometimes painful deformities of the nail. Dallas Direct Podiatry is here to help find the best treatment for fungal toenails in Dallas.

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More about Toenail Fungus.

When fungal organisms grab hold of your nail, first signs may be mild discoloration of the nail. As the infection is allowed to progress, the nail may become thickened or brittle. Delaying treatment may cause the infection to spread to other toenails, the skin, or even the fingernails.

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Enter Laser Therapy.

Laser therapy has emerged as a breakthrough treatment for onychomycosis, offering an effective and non-invasive alternative to traditional methods. This innovative approach utilizes the power of laser technology to target and eliminate the fungus that causes the infection.

During laser treatment, a focused beam of light is directed onto the infected nail, penetrating the nail bed without causing harm to the surrounding healthy tissue. The laser energy works by selectively heating the fungi, disrupting their cellular structure, and destroying their ability to survive and reproduce. The procedure is typically painless and does not require any anesthesia. We are proud to offer the best laser treatment for fungal toenails in Dallas, Texas and Bethesda, Maryland.

Benefits of Laser Therapy

1) High Success Rate: Laser therapy has shown significant success rates in treating onychomycosis, with many patients experiencing improvement in nail appearance and reduced symptoms. Studies have indicated success rates ranging from 70% to 90%.

2) Non-Invasive and Safe: Unlike surgical interventions, laser therapy is non-invasive and does not involve any cutting or removal of the nail. It is a safe procedure with minimal risk of complications when performed by a trained professional.

3) Quick and Convenient: Laser treatments for onychomycosis are relatively quick, typically taking between 10 and 30 minutes per session. There is no downtime required, allowing individuals to resume their daily activities immediately after the procedure.

4) Minimal Side Effects: Laser therapy for onychomycosis is generally well-tolerated, with minimal side effects reported. Some individuals may experience temporary warmth or slight discomfort during the procedure, but these sensations are generally mild and subside quickly. Also, laser therapy does not carry the same side effects that come with oral antifungal therapies.

5) Targeted and Precise: Laser technology allows for precise targeting of the infected area, ensuring that the energy is focused on eliminating the fungus while minimizing damage to the surrounding healthy tissue.

How Are We Different?

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Highly Specialized

We focus on toenail fungal infections of the foot in order to provide our patients with the best results possible.
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Multi-System Approach

Our approach incorporates multiple therapies that are all aimed at attacking toenail fungus at the source.
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Personalized Treatments

We believe that toenail fungus treatment should be personalized for each patient. After each consultation, our doctor will formulate a treatment plan customized for you and your lifestyle.

Symptoms of  Fungal Toenails

Here are some signs that you may be suffering from a fungal infection of the nail.

• White or yellow discoloration of the nail

• Thickened toenails

• Painful toenails

• Brittle toenails

Treating the Condition

Fungal organisms are often found in places such as swimming pools, locker rooms, and showers. Not only are these areas warm and moist, which makes them a great environment for this type of fungus to grow, but they also tend to be shared by large amounts of people.

Treatment for fungal nails can range from topical medications, oral medications, or laser treatment. Schedule an appointment with Dallas Direct Podiatry to learn about the best fungal toenail treatment in Dallas, Texas and Bethesda, Maryland.

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