Choose from Four Options
- $199 for a KeryFlex treatment for up to five toenails (up to a $750 value)
- $249 for a laser toenail-fungus treatment for one foot (a $500 value)
- $345 for a KeryFlex treatment for up to 10 toenails (up to a $1,500 value)
- $449 for a laser toenail-fungus-removal treatment for both feet (a $1,000 value)
KeryFlex application and laser treatments may be used at the same time; customers are welcome to combine options.
After an initial consultation, the light of the FDA-approved Cutera GenesisPlus laser passes through the nail to target the underlying fungal infection. The nail then grows in clear.
Available only to podiatrists, the KeryFlex artificial resin nail covers damaged, fungal, thickened, or discolored toenails while still allowing the natural nail to grow back. In approximately 40 minutes for all 10 nails, a technician removes the afflicted parts on each toenail, applies the resin, and bonds the resin to the nail bed with an ultraviolet light. Patients can select from three colors—natural, opaque, and pastel—for a natural-looking and natural-feeling nail that is not affected by nail polish, nail-polish remover, or detergent.
Coast Podiatry Group
After beginning a career as the youngest licensed podiatrist in California, Coast Podiatry Group medical director Dr. Jack A. Reingold, along with Dr. Sheryl Strich, have buffed up their toe-tending skills with more than 30 years of experience. Dr. Reingold had a stint as the chairman of podiatric surgery at Scripps Memorial Hospital. His office's practitioners treat feet for a host of leg-stand conditions, including ankle sprains, fallen arches, and complications of diabetes. For cloudy or yellowed talons, FDA-cleared Cutera GenesisPlus laser equipment gradually heats mild to severe fungal infections to restore nail clarity without anesthetics or downtime.