Nail Fungus Removal FAQ

FAQ

Why do you treat both feet?

Because nail fungus is contagious to the surrounding toes/fingers, our highly trained PA will have to treat all toes/fingers to prevent the fungus from spreading.

How many treatments does it require?

In most cases of nail fungus removal, two treatments are sufficient. A second treatment is required after four months due to how long it takes for the infected part of the nail to grow out. The second treatment is included in the initial cost.

What precautions should I take?

After treatment, patients must follow recommendations closely. The patient should keep the area clean and dry while wearing clean socks and shoes. Some patients are recommended to buy new shoes or disinfect their current footwear. Do not use nail polish during treatment times.