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 Laser Nail Fungus Removal Calgary


It’s not pretty but it’s fact of life... One in ten people has nail fungus!

Nail fungus is unsightly and, left untreated, can result in loss of the nail. The good news is that we can kill it with lasers!

Nail fungus loves to grow in dark, moist places, like our shoes for examples! Swimmers, Hockey Players, Runners and other athletes are especially susceptible but anyone can get it, or should I say catch it?

It’s called Onychomycosis… which is the medical term for a nail infection caused by a fungus? There are many different species of fungus that can cause Onychomycosis and once an infection develops, it can be difficult, if not impossible, to eliminate. Nails infected with fungus tend to grow slowly and the infection becomes embedded within the nail bed. Traditional treatments involve oral medications that can take months to be effective and can be harmful to your liver.

There are other problems that can mimic fungus infections include psoriasis and some systemic conditions. Confirmation by a pathologist may be necessary.


How does Laser Nail Fungus removal work?

Nail Fungus can be eradicated with laser treatments!

The FDA has approved a laser known as an ND Yag for the treatment of Nail Fungus! This versatile laser is useful for many other indications as well, but in the treatment of nail fungus, it allows us to apply just enough bulk heating at the perfect depth to kill the fungus. Skinpossible's ND Yag is a Cynosure, and as with all of our technology, it is the 'Gold Standard' in medical-grade lasers. A series of quick and safe treatments have proven effective at killing nail fungus on the toes or the fingers!

• Yes, you can wear that cute pair of open-toed shoes!
• No, you do not need to wear socks with your sandals!
• Go ahead and show off your feet at the beach! 



Do you have Nail fungus?

If you notice any of the following signs of change in your nails you may have nail fungus

  • Yellow or brown discoloration
  • White or yellow streaks on the side of the nail
  • Brittleness
  • Change in nail shape
  • Crumbling of the outside edges of the nail
  • Debris trapped under the nail
  • Loosening or lifting up of the nail
  • Loss of luster and shine
  • Thickening of the nail
  • Toes or fingers that are painful, red, or drain pus





*The satisfaction rating for this treatment is very high but results do vary from person to person. While we can control the technology and the parameters we set, it is beyond our ability to control how any individual will respond to any treatment.

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