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Laser Nail-Fungus Treatment for One Foot or Both Feet at Laser Nail Therapy Clinic (Up to 70% Off)

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  • Expires Jan 30th, 2013.
  • Limit 2 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Valid only for option purchased. Appointment required. 12hr cancellation notice required or $50 fee may apply.
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Questions and Answers 9 questions

Q:

Can this be used on fingernails as well? and if so, is the cost different?

chris j.  asked on  Aug 1, 2012

A:

Onlyour Los Angeles and Newport locations treat fingernails (requires diferent doctors).

Ofer B.  from  Merchant  replied on  Aug 1, 2012

Q:

1. should I cut down my toe nails before coming yo my appointment 2. should I use lotrimin or any other medication for a while before my appointment to increase my chance of success. I've had fungus on my nails for over 20 years on one foot and 5 years on the other

William n.  asked on  Aug 1, 2012

A:

stop using topical medications 2 days before the treatmnt. You should cut your nails befre the treatment.

Ofer B.  from  Merchant  replied on  Aug 1, 2012

Q:

If I want to claim amount in health flexible saving account, per your answer I have to pay the amount at the clinic with card. How do I do that? Can I buy the same deal at the clinic without going through groupon?

Tracy L.  asked on  Jul 31, 2012

A:

You will pay at the clinic and we will buy it on your behalf since your case is unique.

Ofer B.  from  Merchant  replied on  Aug 1, 2012

Q:

Is the 75% success rate for laser treatment alone, or does this success rate include patients who are given Lamisil or some other medication in addition to the laser treatment? And, do you recommend to your laser patients that they purchase any other device or treatment as an adjunct to the laser treatment?

David  asked on  Jul 30, 2012

A:

Laser alone. We recommend the laser in addition or instead any other treatment (high efficiency, minimal side effects).

Ofer B.  from  Merchant  replied on  Jul 30, 2012

Q:

How safe is this procedure? Does the laser damage healthy tissue under the nail in any way? ( I fear that the procedure might compromise the nail's natural balance of organisms and render it unable to fight off future fungus or even lose the nail.)

Kristi K.  asked on  Jul 30, 2012

A:

The procedure is not supposed to negatively impact the structure of the nail. If the treatment is successful then the nail will become healthier and stronger.

Ofer B.  from  Merchant  replied on  Jul 30, 2012

Q:

Can I claim the amount in Flexible Health Saving Account?

Tracy L.  asked on  Jul 29, 2012

A:

Yes, but in that case you need to pay at the clinic with the card.

Ofer B.  from  Merchant  replied on  Jul 30, 2012

Q:

Regardless of Groupon, do you accept insurance (Anthem)?

robert b.  asked on  Jul 28, 2012

A:

This procedure is not covered by any insurance company since it's an expensive (mostly cosmetic) procedure.

Ofer B.  from  Merchant  replied on  Jul 28, 2012

Q:

I have a nail fungus ---one little toe on each foot. i think It is from tight gym shoes. Would i qualify for just one foot since it is now all of my toes? other wish it is too expensive for me.

nancy w.  asked on  Jul 27, 2012

A:

Unfortunately no. We treat all 5 toes of the infected foot since they are likely to have fungus infection (which is not visible yet) on them as well. This is the standard protocol recommended by the FDA cleared Pinpointe laser company, and based on clinical trials this will deliver the best result.

Ofer B.  from  Merchant  replied on  Jul 28, 2012

Q:

Do you guarantee that the fungus will not return after treatment?

robert b.  asked on  Jul 27, 2012

A:

The success rate is about 75%. This is the highest success rate compared to other options (pills or other lasers). Patients who follow simple post treatment maintenance instructions given by the doctor can have even better success. If the fungus is not gone (uncommon) then you can do another treatment for $99. We cannot guarantee results since we cannot know how each patient will respond to the treatment (just like with many other medical treatments or anti-fungal pills). Clinics that do offer guarantee for medical treatments, usually charge high prices and use this extra money to fund repeated treatments to the few patients who need it.

Ofer B.  from  Merchant  replied on  Jul 28, 2012

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