What are they?
Fungal nails have a yellow brown discolouration. They may become thickened and at times may appear worm eaten and brittle. Often this starts in a small section of one nail and may spread very slowly to several or all nails.
How do we treat them?
A Step Ahead is proud to introduce Medical grade laser therapy to the treatment for fungal toe nails. This previously difficult to treat condition is now a threat no longer with the introduction of laser therapy. Laser therapy is safe and effective treatment with a high success rate in the treatment of this unsightly and unhealthy condition.
For a safe and highly effective result head to our Laser therapy page for details on how to eradicate this previously difficult to treat condition.
With years of experience, we have developed a specific fungal nail treatment website. thefungalnaildoctor.com.au
Click here or call our office at St Marys on 96732987 or Penrith on 47322007 for details from our friendly and informative team.
Cause: Fungal nails are the result of a fungal or mycotic infection, often the same fungus responsible for tinea or athletes foot