The foot holds more nerve endings than any other part of the body, which is why stubbing your toe is the worst way to die. Watch your step with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $199 for laser toenail fungus removal for one foot (a $775 value)
- $299 for laser toenail fungus removal for both feet (a $995 value)
During outpatient treatments, the FDA-cleared Cutera GenesisPlus laser zaps toenail fungus while leaving healthy tissue untouched. The treatment causes minimal pain and requires no anesthesia. Before coming in, patients must remove any toenail polish. If the treatment is successful, healthy nails will start to grow, but since nails grow slowly it can take up to a year for the fungus to fully disappear. For more details, see the treatment brochure and the FAQs.
Laser Nail Specialists
Over the last 23 years, Dr. Jeffrey Kleis has treated feet and perfected the medical art of removing unsightly fungus that has taken root on his clients' toes. Having performed more than 4,000 laser procedures, Dr. Kleis has become one of the foremost physicians when it comes to treating onychomycosis. Rather than relying on alternatives such as topical creams, oral medication, or dipping patients' toes into a tank of pencil erasers, Dr. Kleis uses the Cutera GenesisPlus. A testament to the maxim that the best way to master something is to teach it, he has trained other physicians in its use, appeared in a Cutera training video, and has even been a Cutera consultant.
100% of 68 customers recommend
“The office is clean, neat and organized. The staff and podiatrist are pleasant thorough and attentive. It requires 6 weeks to observe improvement, which you know, he...”
“The office is clean, neat and organized. The staff and podiatrist are pleasant thorough and attentive. It requires 6 weeks to observe improvement, which you know, he will check it then. He has a good reported success rate but some may require a 2nd treatment and the cost is reasonable. Also quick visit; the treatment was the bulk of my time, and it was painless; simply tell him if it gets a little warm for you. No pain.”
“So far so good”