Canada Health Approved
What are my options?
Laser treatment of the nail may reduce thickness, improve appearance, and make trimming easier. However, treatment is not generally considered medically necessary unless other factors are present such as diabetes, poor circulation, excessive pressure, pain, or lack of normal sensation.
- Not having treatment and living with the condition.
- The use of liquid antifungals such as prescription Penlac which reports a 7% cure rate and 44% improvement rate.
- The use of prescription oral Lamisil which reports up to a 66% success rate with a need for blood tests to monitor for possible liver damage.
- Laser treatment.
How does the laser treatment work?
The Erichonia Lunula laser uses low-level laser light to painlessly treat toenail fungus. In as little as four weekly 12 minute treatments, you can regain your flip-flop and barefoot freedom. The Lunula is the only PAIN-FREE, a non-thermal laser treatment that has no dangerous smoke plumes or vapors and requires no anesthesia. It will significantly increase clear nail growth over the six-month period.
What is the recovery period?
There is No post-treatment pain. You may resume all normal activities immediately. No pain, No Downtime, and No Risk.
Is the procedure painful?
Absolutely painless. The 1st of its kind with non-thermal, touchless, painless treatment of toenail fungus to target the fungus and stimulate new clear nail growth. No anesthesia is needed. No dangerous smoke plumes or vapor.
How long does the procedure take?
The Enchonia Lunula Laser is a 12-minute treatment that will improve your Toenail in as little as a six month period. Overall, a visit for consultation and treatment will usually take about 30 minutes.