Toe-Fungus Removal on One or Two Feet at Fungal Toenails by Dr. David Mellul (Up to 70% Off)

Fungal Toenails by Dr. David Mellul

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Omayra R. · 1 review
· July 6, 2018
I took my mother today to see Dr. Mellul. I wrote my story on the website. But I recommend this place 100%. He’s amazing and staff is very nice. I dealt with toe nail fungus for manny years and the results were amazing. It works. My nails looks beautiful. So now I’m taking my mom so she can get her confidence back. And I told her that it’s going to take time but it’s worth it.

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Ryann R. · 1 review
· February 23, 2018
The best treatment!!

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Aniko A. · 4 reviews
· May 19, 2017
The podiatrist was exceptionally courteous with an excellent "chairside" manner. In addition the staff was very friendly and accommodating. I am very pleased with the service provided me and highly recommend this medical practice.

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  • $193 for toe-fungus removal on one foot ($595 value)
  • $300 for toe-fungus removal on two feet ($995 value)

During the treatment, the doctor directs a laser at any fungal infections lurking beneath the toenails. The procedure is considered painless and leaves the surrounding area unharmed, freeing the nail to grow in clear and healthy over the next few months.

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Deep cracks, ragged bumps, a yellowish hue—these are the signs of nail fungus, and they can’t be fixed by a mani-pedi. Although most of the 2–13% of North Americans dealing with nail fungus seek treatment for cosmetic reasons, over time, the affected area can become quite painful. Until 2010, the only treatments available were topical solutions, which had a poor success rate, and oral medications, which carried a slight risk of liver damage. Finally, the medical-laser boom began to take aim at podiatry, and today, several companies make machines that incinerate fungus with beams of laser light. The fungus absorbs the laser’s destructive energy at a much faster rate than the surrounding tissue, making the risk of treatment slight to nonexistent. The affected nail cannot be restored, but if the treatment has worked, the patient will begin to see results as the new, clear nail grows in.

Even when the treatment works completely, it’s impossible to guarantee the fungus will stay gone. The disease (which bears the appropriately ugly medical name of onychomycosis) makes its way deep under the nail where it can’t be easily scrubbed away, and reinfection may occur the next time a toe picks up a spore of fungus.

Why are toenails so much more prone to infection than fingernails? The explanation is fairly simple: feet spend their days stuck in the damp, rarely cleaned insides of shoes, where bacteria thrive. And going barefoot can pose its own dangers—the same conditions crop up in damp public places such as swimming pools, locker rooms, and the fountain that gets the best coins thrown into it.

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