Laser is used to target fungus under the nails and afterwards a cooling spray is applied to reduce discomfort
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What You'll Get
Dr. Jay Berenter has been practicing since 1987 and is a Diplomate of American Board of Podiatric Surgery and American Board of Podiatric Medicine, a Fellow of American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons, and an Associate of American Board of Podiatric Sports Medicine.
The eight, treatments are performed with the Lunula laser by Erchonia, which is FDA approved for clear nail growth. This low-level laser device aims to clear discolored nails and treat onychomycosis without harmful risks and side effects. Sessions can be as short as 12 minutes long.
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About Dr. Jay S. Berenter D.P.M.
Throughout his career that spans over 25 years, Dr. Jay Berenter has continuously pursued education and expertise in the field of foot and ankle care, amassing various certifications and degrees. As the chief of the podiatric division at Scripps Memorial Hospital, Dr. Berenter and his staff employ the latest technology for treatments such as bunion surgery and 3D scanning to facilitate customized foot orthotics. Specialized laser therapies are utilized to both heal injuries and clear stubborn toenail fungus infections. In order to ensure patients receive efficient and effective remedies for each specific ailment, one-on-one consultations allow Dr. Berenter to zero in and repair exactly what is needed.