Are Your Toenails Ready for Sandal Season?

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It’s that time of year again – time to break out your sandals and expose those feet that have been hidden away in boots and shoes for months. Of course, if toenail fungus found you over the winter, you might be tempted to keep your feet in hiding, but word to the wise: wearing socks with your sandals is not a good look! Besides, there’s a better option. Our fungal nail laser can zap that fungus fast so you can reveal your toenails with confidence and pride.

The laser therapy sessions take place right in our office and are not only efficient, but also effective! No other toenail fungus treatment is as successful at getting rid of the stubborn fungi that causes your nails to turn yellow, thick, and misshapen.Be sandal ready with toenail fungus treatment!

A concentrated light beam penetrates your nail to reach the source of the fungus beneath it. The procedure is painless and destroys only the fungi, not harming anything else. For best results, several sessions should be scheduled, and can be combined with topical or oral medication for even faster recovery. Once the toenail fungus is completely destroyed, a new and healthy nail will grow in to replace the damaged one. Clear nails will then clear the way to wearing sandals without embarrassment.

Best of all, there are no side effects to this procedure, and no down time involved – you can go right back to your normal activities, no problem.

So, why put it off any longer? Don’t let fungal toenails stop you from being fashionable this spring! Let the fungal nail laser sessions begin! Call us to find out about our laser packages and schedule an appointment today. Just dial (303) 805-5156 and you’ll be on your way to being fungi-free!

Dr. Cynthia Oberholtzer-Classen, DPM
Founder and Owner of Podiatry Associates, PC
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