The Laser Option

Laser can be a treatment option when other solutions aren’t effective

Toenail fungus is one disease where other approaches don’t work very well • An article in the daily Mall explained:

Oral medications may be successful half the time Rub-on medications succeed in only ten percent of patients.

Because laser light can penetrate the nail surface to directly attack toenail fungus, laser treatment rates can exceed 50%. With most medical lasers, treatment requires an operator to focus a very fine laser beam at small sections of an infected toenail. This can result in either missed areas of infection or painful heat if the beam is focused on one area too long.

Is laser treatment right for you?

For many patients, laser treatment can provide faster treatment and better results. Patients that are pregnant or who have diabetes may not be candidates for treatment. Ask your doctor.

The Noveon NaiLaser Is Different

Noveon NaiLaser – Designed to treat toenail fungus In a study of 199 patients published in peer-reviewed science journals, over 95% saw improvement.

The Noveon NaiLaser includes several features to ensure effective toenail fungus treatment:

Light, not heat – While most toenail fungus lasers use designs that can cause pain and may not kill the fungus, scientists have identified two laser wavelengths that are particularly effective at destroying fungus cells without producing high levels of heat. The Noveon NaiLaser uses both.

A More Effective System

The Dual Wavelength Advantage

Most toenail fungus treatment systems are based on a single wavelength laser, 1064nm. The
Noveon NaiLaser is different. Over ten years of basic research have shown that two laser
wavelengths, 870nm and 930nm, are more effective at killing fungus and bacteria. The Noveon
Nailaser uses both in a patented system designed for more effective treatment.

Automatic operation – A computer program controls the operation of the Noveon NaiLaser. This increases treatment effectiveness and reduces the possibillty of heat buildup.

Patient guards – Instead of a handheld wand, the Noveon Nailaser uses laser pathways connected to patient guards treating up to four toes at a single time.

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