Although lasers play a pivotal role in surgery and nuclear fusion, they also remove nail fungus and distract kittens from overthrowing the human race. Embrace the spectrum’s good side with today’s Groupon to Houston Foot and Ankle Care. Choose between the following options:
- For $199, you get laser nail-fungus removal for one foot (a $600 value).
- For $299, you get laser nail-fungus removal for two feet (a $995 value).<p>
Featured on ABC13 news for his ability to reunite patients with their flip-flops, the certified Dr. Gabriel Maislos and his staffers eradicate fungal infections lurking beneath nails with PinPointe laser technology. Just as teenagers skillfully sneak past their parents for late-night study sessions, so the handheld infrared laser tiptoes past the nail to target the fungus beneath, leaving the nail bed and surrounding skin undisturbed. Treatments take about 10 minutes for a single foot or 20 minutes for both, and rather than instantly clearing, new nails usually grow in clear and fungus-free within six to nine months. Mild-to-moderate cases generally clear up after one session, but patients with more severe nail damage may require more treatments.
Houston Foot and Ankle Care gives repeat customers half off the regular rates for follow-up visits (normally $300 for one foot, $500 for two feet). Patients can cartwheel in and out of the office with no downtime, meaning that while Dr. Maislos asks patients to remove all nail polish before the procedure, they can apply new pedicures or miniature knit caps immediately afterward.
Houston Foot and Ankle Care
Featured on ABC13 news for the ability to reunite patients with their flip-flops, board-certified Dr. Gabriel Maislos and his staffers right all manner of pedal wrongs with noninvasive treatments and corrective surgery. Dr. Maislos equips his offices with the latest therapeutic technologies, including fungus-fighting PinPointe lasers and pain-relieving EPAT devices, to fortify patients' feet with the most comfortable and efficacious methods.