Frequently Asked Questions
How do I get rid of nail fungus?
Researching how to get rid of nail fungus is the first step in getting rid of nail fungus. NuNail uses a safe, effective, and FDA cleared laser to eradicate nail fungus. Laser treatment to remove nail fungus is the fastest and safest way to treat Onychomycosis. Laser nail fungus treatment elevates the use of often-harmful oral medications and useless home remedies.
How do I get more information?
Call or email us for more information and to ask questions about the procedure or our credentials. We are a walk-in clinic and have extended hours for your convenience. Appointments are generally available on the same or next day after you call. We are prepared to start treatment immediately so come prepared for treatment if you’re ready to proceed.
What will happen at the appointment?
When you arrive at our clinic our highly trained staff evaluates your nails. We also discuss the treatment options that are available. The consultation is free, and if you decide to get started, treatment can begin immediately. A detailed explanation of the procedure, how the laser works, what to expect is discussed during the consultation. The process is simple, you are issued a pair of safety goggles and the technician will begin the treatment. You can resume your normal activities immediately after your treatment. We will also use an anti-fungal spray to treat fungus not in the nail area.
What do I need to do to prevent reinfection?
To get rid of nail fungus several steps need to be taken. Our staff will review in detail our post-treatment instructions, which include proper cleaning of you socks, shoes and nail care tools. We will explain what environments are conducive for fungal growth and the steps you can take to keep your toes clean and dry.
How much does the treatment cost?
Our FDA cleared laser treatment to get rid of toenail fungus is reasonably priced, whether you need treatment on one foot or both feet. The price for one foot is $550 and $1000 for both. We recommend that if one foot is infected we treat both feet. Since all the toes on one-foot share the same sock or shoe, the fungal infection can spread quickly. Evidence of fungal infection may not present on the other nails, but there may be a fungal infection.
Over 90% of patients have success after only one treatment, so call us today to schedule your appointment.