Are you ready to have beautiful toenails again?
Finally, a solution is now available for your embarrassing fungal toenail infections! With Cold Laser treatment, you can look forward to no longer needing to hide your toenails anymore, and you can stop worrying about spreading it to family and friends.
Cold Laser is the most effective treatment for fungal nail infections currently available, and we’re delighted to now be offering it to our patients in the Mackay and Sarina region. This treatment means no more ineffective nail paints or creams, no more oral medications with common and unpleasant side effects, or painful hot laser procedures.
Cold Laser treatment for fungal nail infections is safe, effective and painless!
OUR 3 STEP PROCESS
LUNULA LASER NAIL TREATMENT
For most of our patients, self treating fungal nail infections has been a frustrating process. The previous treatments on the market have been ineffective (painting medications on the nail), occasionally unsafe (oral medications), or painful (hot laser). Fungal infections are highly contagious, usually unsightly and sometimes painful, and hard to cure.
We are now proud to offer a safe, effective and painless alternative- Lunula Cold Laser. It is used extensively worldwide, and we are now offering this treatment in our Flagship Mackay clinic.
Lunula is the most effective treatment availiable, it is FDA approved for treating fungal toenails, and has been tested in numerous clinic trials and treated many many people to grow clear healthy nails again.
The treatment works by dual laser therapy, using two laser beams, which work together to destroy the fungus, stimulate blood flow, and activate the immune response to clear the infection.
Cold Laser causes no pain or discomfort and no risk of skin damage or burns.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Please find the answers to our FAQ’s below. If your question isn’t on this page, please get in touch with us on 07 4942 5016 and our friendly team will be happy to answer any questions you may have.
Questions answered include- the costs of the treatment, the eligibility criteria, and further details on how the process works, and how to ensure the infection does not return.