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A new state of the art treatment is now available for toe nail fungus.

*treat your toe nail fungus safely and painlessly with the new pinpointe footlaser.

*this new patented laser technology kills the pathogens the causes toe nail fungus.

*the gentle light works through the nail plate.


*no side effects.

*does not harm the nail or skin.

*painless-no anesthesia needed.

*usually only one treatment required.

*highly effective.

12 months multi-site study summary demonstrates steady reduction in lesion size for patients with Onycomycosis

*This multisite study was conducted in 5 private practices in the UK and USA on 458 great toes from 265 sequential patients with Onycomycosis and received a single 2 pass treatment.

*statistical tests of efficacy are highly significant.

*72% of patients experienced continuous improvement in clear nail area.

*Pinpointe footlaser technology is being upgraded and improved continuosly.

*The pinpointe footlaser protocol was shown to be safe and effective.

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Frequently asked questions.

What can I expect at the consultation.

First we take photos of all your toe nails, then we thin all the nails down so it is easy for the laser beam to penetrate the nail plate.

We then treat all 10 toe nails with the PInpointe laser beam, even those nails that don’t have any sign of fungus so as to minimize any cross infection.

IS the procedure painful?

You may feel some warming sensation and may feel a slight pin prick.

Is there a recovery period?

No .It is usually walk in and walk out.

How long does the procedure take?

The laser procedure takes about 30 minutes.

Can the fungus grow back?

Yes it can, because there is fungus every where in the environment. We will recommend techniques to minimize the recurrence of the infection.

Who developed the Pinpointe laser procedure?

Leading scientist and medical professionals over a 20 year period. This procedure has been in use in America since 2007.