Toenail-Fungus Treatment

Say Hello to Your Sandals Again!

As many as 10 percent of Americans suffer poor health and appearance problems caused by toenail fungus.

Topical creams are frequently ineffective for many patients and oral medications lead to health risks and are only effective in a small percentage of users.

Life Science Medical offers clinically proven treatments. This FDA cleared solution provides proven relief of burdensome toenail fungus. In a simple, generally one-time office procedure, patients can be liberated from their fears of unsightly yellowed, brittle, thickened toenails and enjoy clear nails again.

Laser energy penetrates your nail, leaving it unharmed, while targeting and killing the fungus that grows underneath the nail. And possibly after this treatment, a healthy clear nail can continue to grow out.

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