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Sabrina’s Electrolysis - Pelican Marsh

Three Toenail-Fungus-Removal Treatments for 5 or 10 Toes at Sabrina’s Electrolysis (Up to 80% Off)

The Fine Print

  • Expires 120 days after purchase.
  • Limit 1 per person. Valid only for option purchased. Appointment required. All treatments must be used by the same person. For five-toe option, must have all five nails on one hand or foot treated. 10-toe option valid only for all 10 nails on both hands or both feet. Important patient disclosure.

Questions and Answers 6 questions

Q:

What type of laser do you use to eradicate the fungal infection?

Vicki C.  asked on  Nov 20, 2012

A:

They utilize a 1064 wavelength laser. Their laser simultaneously treats and cools the treatment site while penetrating deep beneath the nail and destroying the nail fungal infection within the nail bed.

Megan G.  from  Groupon  replied on  Nov 20, 2012

Q:

How long is the appt to treat all 10 nails? Can you wear nail polish? How many treatments are covered for the 10 foot nails in the one price?

Felicia S.  asked on  Nov 20, 2012

A:

This Groupon is good for three toenail-fungus-removal treatments. You should avoid applying nail polish until your nail is completely healthy, as traditional nail polish has harsh chemicals that trap moisture under the polish, creating the perfect environment for fungus to thrive and grow. The length of treatment varies from patient to patient. If you have any additional questions, please feel free to contact Sabrina's Electrolysis directly at (239) 537-1955.

Ali V.  from  Groupon  replied on  Nov 20, 2012

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With the Groupon deal. what if 3 treatments are not enough. How much more will the treatments be per session ? Felicia

Felicia S.  asked on  Nov 20, 2012

A:

The number of treatments required varies from patient to patient. You can find pricing for additional services here.

Ali V.  from  Groupon  replied on  Nov 20, 2012

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I had one laser treatment last winter and it had no effect at all. What are the chances that these would work?

Dolores G.  asked on  Nov 19, 2012

A:

Dear Dolores, Nail Fungus is an aggressive Fungi that spreads quickly from nail to nail, and in addition to its aggressive nature, it buries itself underneath the nail, deep beneath the nail bed. Moreover, this fungi is not so easy to get rid of. Laser Nail Fungus Treatments need to be just as aggressive as the nail fungus itself. For instance, if you notice that you only have fungus on your big toe, then you must treat all five toenails on the infected foot. Conversely if you notice fungus only on your pinky, then you must treat all five fingernails on the infected hand. Treating only the infected area will not eliminate the fungus, but instead will only allow the fungus to reinfect the treated area once again. Additionally, the length of treatments depends on several things. The first is the severity of the fungal infection. The second is the individuals willingness to commit themselves to the nail fungal treatments. Simply trying to treat the infection once is futile, and will ultimately lead to the reinfection of the nail bed once again. In order to permanently eliminate nail fungus, you must undergo a series of Laser Nail Fungus Treatments. These treatments should be repeated every 4 to 6 weeks until the infection has been completely eradicated, and the nail is clear and free from the nail fungal infection. Sincerely, Sabrina

Sabrinas E.  from  Merchant  replied on  Nov 19, 2012

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What is your success rate? I've had this done once and it did not work. Gary

Maryann B.  asked on  Nov 19, 2012

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Dear Maryann, Nail Fungus is an aggressive Fungi that spreads quickly from nail to nail, and in addition to its aggressive nature, it buries itself underneath the nail, deep beneath the nail bed. Moreover, this fungi is not so easy to get rid of. Laser Nail Fungus Treatments need to be just as aggressive as the nail fungus itself. For instance, if you notice that you only have fungus on your big toe, then you must treat all five toenails on the infected foot. Conversely if you notice fungus only on your pinky, then you must treat all five fingernails on the infected hand. Treating only the infected area will not eliminate the fungus, but instead will only allow the fungus to reinfect the treated area once again. Additionally, the length of treatments depends on several things. The first is the severity of the fungal infection. The second is the individuals willingness to commit themselves to the nail fungal treatments. Simply trying to treat the infection once is futile, and will ultimately lead to the reinfection of the nail bed once again. In order to permanently eliminate nail fungus, you must undergo a series of Laser Nail Fungus Treatments. These treatments should be repeated every 4 to 6 weeks until the infection has been completely eradicated, and the nail is clear and free from the nail fungal infection. Sincerely, Sabrina

Sabrinas E.  from  Merchant  replied on  Nov 19, 2012

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What kind of laser is used for the fungus treatment, and would i be seeing a doctor to diagnose it is in fact fungus?

Mary E.  asked on  Nov 19, 2012

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Dear Mary, There are those few individuals that are dealing with nail fungal infections that have not seen or been treated by a doctor; however, they have painfully exhausted an endless amount of time and money with over the counter medications, creams, ointments, and sprays that have no effect on the fungal infection whatsoever. Conversely, most individuals battling nail fungal infections have undoubtedly been seen by their doctor's, have already been diagnosed with a nail fungal infection, and have been through and endless perpetual loop of trying to eradicate the fungal infection with a slew of prescription creams, ointments, and oral medication. Unfortunately to no avail. With that being said, the physician within our Med Spa can definitely let you know whether you're dealing with a true nail fungal infection, or if there may be a separate underlining issue that needs to be addressed. Additionally, we utilize a 1064 wavelength laser. Our laser simultaneously treats and cools the treatment site while penetrating deep beneath the nail and destroying the nail fungal infection within the nail bed. Sincerely, Sabrina

Sabrinas E.  from  Merchant  replied on  Nov 19, 2012

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