Nail fungus is a very common infection in the society, and it is a disease that creates an important cosmetic defect with an unhealthy nail image, especially in summer, and it is a tedious process that can take years to treat.
Of course, as in every part of medicine, thanks to the developments in laser technologies, look how we can provide analysis now…
In recent years, the discovery that the nail root can be treated with lasers that can penetrate deep tissues has enabled the analysis of an important problem without side effects. The process is completely painless, reliable and has no side effects.
The bad view of the toenails caused by the fungus causes suffering, walking around in public wearing slippers, the fear that the view will be noticed in the beaches and pools becomes a terrible dream for individuals with nail fungus. In addition, the widespread use of common areas such as pools, saunas and hotel bathrooms in summer also poses a risk for the transmission of the current infection to others.
In the treatment of nail fungus, drugs should be taken orally for at least 3 months. These drugs can affect liver function. Drug activity is around 70%. In the treatments developed with laser, both the activity is higher and it does not cause any side effects on the liver and other organs.
How is laser treatment done? How is the effect system?
With the newly developed laser that can reach the nail bed, it selectively weighs the problem area and offers effective and reliable treatment at the source with a point shot. Treatment begins by sending the energy under the skin without spreading on the surface and without damaging the nails or skin.
How long does laser nail fungus treatment take?
Treatment deadlines last only 10-20 minutes, depending on the number of infected nails.
Will there be pain during the treatment?
Patients usually feel a warmth and tolerate it without the need for anaesthesia.
How many sessions are needed?
As you can be treated in 2-4 sessions, the number of sessions may vary depending on the severity of the infection.
When will the result of the treatment be received?
No significant change is observed after the treatment. Since toenails grow more slowly, it may take 6-12 months for the infected nail to regain its natural color and recover.
Will the infection occur again?
Such a risk exists. Re-infection can occur in humid places such as pools and saunas over time. These situations should be avoided.
When can nail polish or polish be applied?
Nail polish or polish can be applied 24 hours after the procedure.
How is it different from other procedures?
While oral medications for a period of 3 months can cause significant problems in your liver, it is not a 100% active treatment. Nail section and creams in one-to-one form require 12 months of application and respond to treatment with a low percentage. Compared to the long-lasting, painful and painful systems, the laser system offers an effective, fast, easy, economical and reliable treatment option.