Does your practice currently treat onychomycosis (fungal nails)? Have you considered treating this condition with the Lunula Nail Laser? Medical professionals trust the Lunula Laser to target the symptoms of onychomycosis.
Nail fungus, as you may know, can cause coloring, thickness, and crumbling of the nails, as well as pain. Toenail fungus is the most common type of nail fungus, although it can also affect fingernails. Nail fungus is a contagious infection that can strike anyone at any time. Diabetes, hot feet, trauma, and poor circulation are all symptoms that can raise your chances of acquiring a nail fungus infection.
Some of the symptoms of nail fungus are:
Lunula Laser Treatments
The Lunula Laser nail fungus treatments last 12 minutes per foot. The severity of your patients infection would determine how many treatments they need. You can use the below instances for reference, but as a professional, your should make the exact determination based on your patient.
Less than 50% involvement – 1 treatment per week for 4 weeks
50% – 75% involvement – 1 per week for 4 weeks, take a 1 month break, then 1 per week for 2 weeks
75% – 100% involvement – 1 per week for 4 weeks, take a 1 month break, then 1 per week for 2 weeks, another 1 month break, then 1 per week for 2 weeks
There can be factors that affect the degree of the nails response to the treatment such as trauma, infection, or compromised immune systems. Your patients, on average, can start to see healthy new nail growth in the first 3 to 4 months, however, they will notice changes in the nail much sooner than that.
Since fungus is an organism, the Lunula laser treats current conditions but does not prevent your patient from getting it again.
The Lunula Laser Has Many Benefits For Your Business
The Lunula Laser is easy and safe to use, your staff can be trained to set up the device and start the patients treatment while you see other patients. Since the patient is treated with a hands free device,
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