Nail fungus treatment with LunulaLaser

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Nail mycosis, or onychomycosis, is a fungal infection that can affect one or several fingernails or toenails. Often caused by fungi, it is promoted by various factors, such as diabetes, overlapping toes, hematomas caused by sports activities, or wearing poorly ventilated shoes.

Mycosis generally affects the big toe and is characterized by a thickened, damaged, peeling, and yellowish nail with white stains and – in rare cases – black stains. Embarrassing and unsightly, this condition is also contagious and likely to cause complications: it can spread to the other toes or the skin, be transmitted to other people, cause pain while walking or putting on shoes, and lead to infections. As nail mycosis doesn’t go away on its own, you should consult a podiatrist immediately if you are afflicted by it.

Put an end

to nail mycosis

At the Saint-Michel Podiatric Clinic, we practice podiatric dermatology and use a next-generation laser-based method – the Lunula Laser – to treat nail mycosis. Approved by Health Canada, this new, totally painless (as it doesn’t produce heat), non-restrictive, and totally safe technology helps make the infection disappear, promotes blood circulation, stimulates the immune system, and helps eliminate fungi in most patients.

Crossing the nail without damaging it or the skin around it, the Lunula Laser is more effective than local treatments, with no side effects or recovery time required. Thanks to this method, the fungi are destroyed in just two or three sessions that last a few minutes each, and your discoloured and deformed nails regain their clear and healthy appearance.

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