A fungal nail infection, also known as onychomycosis or tinea unguium, is a common condition that is caused by the overgrowth of fungi on or under the nail. Though it may affect both nails in your hands and feet, it is mostly seen in toenails. This type of fungi thrives in warm and damp conditions.
As the nails become discolored and disfigured, you may feel self-conscious about how your nails look. This may impact your confidence too. Our proven fungal nail treatments at Medrein Health & Aesthetics give you the confidence to flaunt your hands and feet without a care.
Our board-certified specialist offers fungal nail treatment options that work best for your condition. The nail, if left untreated, may spread and affect the adjoining healthy nails as well. Some of their recommended treatments are:
Oral antifungal medication can be effective for some fungal conditions and provide faster relief. Our physician may prescribe oral medications such as:
Our podiatrist may prescribe topical antifungal medications that are mostly available as a medicated nail polish or nail cream. While the polish can be applied directly to the nail, the cream is applied on the nail after thinning the nail plate for more effective results.
Our laser treatment procedure is not only safe but also among the best anti-nail fungus treatments, with a high success rate. The treatment includes exposing the affected nails to laser rays that heat the layers of the nail tissues. The rays target the microorganisms under the nail tissues responsible for the fungal infection and destroy them.
At Medrein Health & Aesthetics, in our endeavor to provide our clients with the most advanced and state-of-the-art treatments, we offer groundbreaking laser treatments from Fotona.
At our facility, we have Fotona SP Dynamis, the next-gen Erbium and Nd: YAG laser that have shown excellent results for nail fungus. This unique laser treatment combines two complementary laser wavelengths to effectively treat the skin from four dimensions.
Our board certified physician assesses your condition and acquaints you with the innovative non-surgical treatments that we offer. It helps you make an informed decision about your preferred treatment procedure. Our staff goes all out to keep you comfortable throughout the treatment. We guarantee maximum customer satisfaction and ensure that your visit to our center will provide you with the best results in Southlake, TX.
You may notice that your nails have turned yellow or brown and have yellow or white spots under the nail tips. They also become thick and brittle and emit a foul odor.
You can prevent fungal nail infections by maintaining hand and foot hygiene. Keep your nails clean and trimmed, use shower shoes in public swimming pools, and your personal sterilized tools for pedicures at a nail salon.
You may buy liquid antifungal medicines over the counter to apply locally on the affected nail.
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