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*OPERATING UNDER San Mateo Podiatry Group* The Foot and Ankle Institute of San Francisco - Downtown

Laser Nail-Fungus Treatment for One or Both Feet at The Foot and Ankle Institute of San Francisco (Up to 68% Off)

The Fine Print

  • Expires 360 days after purchase.
  • Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Valid only for option purchased. Appointment required. 24hr cancellation notice required. Valid for one laser treatment. Services must be used by the same person.

Questions and Answers 3 questions


Might I need multiple treatments to successfully treat a toenail fungus? How much are follow-up treatments? Do you guarantee successful results?

Janet N.  asked on  Jan 24, 2013


Hi Janet! You may need multiple treatments depending on the severity of the problem, one treatment will generally resolve mild cases. Follow up treatments for this promotion are offered at a discount from our full retail price, however they will be more expensive than the groupon, due to both the expense of the laser and contractual mandate with Groupon. Unfortunately we cannot guarantee results, however, our success rate is between 80 and 90 percent; published studies demonstrate an 80% success rate. Hope this helps!

Bill M.  from  Merchant  replied on  Jan 24, 2013


how much would it cost to do 2 large toes ....left and right

Glenn Q.  asked on  Jan 22, 2013


Hi Glenn. A two toe treatment would fall under our "one foot" package; generally meant to include any combination of toenails up to five.

Bill M.  from  Merchant  replied on  Jan 22, 2013


Can this be used in conjonction with my PPO for both feet?

Veronica L.  asked on  Jan 20, 2013


Please contact the Foot and Ankle Institute of San Francisco directly for insurance information.

Annette B.  from  Self  replied on  Jan 20, 2013


Veronica, Unfortunately we do not bill insurances for laser procedures of toe nail fungus. Although, if you have an HSA account that you would like to use to pay for it, then you may, but you may also need to work that out and pay Groupon accordingly.

Helen N.  from  Self  replied on  Jan 21, 2013

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