Laser Nail Fungus Treatment in Canton & Watertown
MedSpa Services in Watertown & Beyond
Are you embarrassed to take off your socks and shoes with other around due to unsightly toenail fungus? Does the thought of shaking someone’s hands give you anxiety because you know they might notice your fingernail fungus? UniQLaser Center is here to help you alleviate this problem with a groundbreaking laser nail fungus treatment at our Canton and Watertown locations.
Using the same laser technology that helps with hair removal, vein removal, and skin tightening, pesky nail fungus on the toes and fingers can be targeted and alleviated. Many patients will see a remarkable difference after one session, as well as a total elimination of fungus after completing a laser nail fungus treatment regimen.
Benefits of Laser Nail Fungus Treatments
There are a few ways to address uncomfortable, discoloring nail fungus. Why should you choose laser treatments? All the benefits of this treatment option speak for themselves.
Using laser nail fungus treatments are beneficial because they are:
- Quick: Our Canton and Watertown teams of med-spa professionals have been thoroughly trained in laser treatment procedures. When you come to UniQ, you can expect all laser treatments to be completed in a timely manner and with precision. If you live a busy lifestyle, this may be the ideal way for you to target your nail fungus without losing large portions of your day.
- Painless: The cuticles and skin around and under our nails are extremely sensitive. Some traditional cleaning methods may cause pain or irritation. Not so with laser nail fungus treatment. Our accurate and finely calibrated lasers are effective yet gentle, targeting just the fungus and safe on your skin.
- No side effects: When discussing previous treatments with many of our patients, they tell us that they were considering prescription medicines to treat nail fungus but shied away due to potential side effects. The good news is that laser nail fungus treatments have virtually no dangerous side effects so you can complete the outpatient procedure with confidence.
Initial Consultations are Free
Laser treatments to alleviate fingernail and toenail fungus are still relatively new but have already been approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). If you have any questions about this potentially unfamiliar method of treating nail fungus, our Canton & Watertown medspa professionals would be happy to explain more during a free initial consultation. At UniQ, client satisfaction is always the priority.