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FUNGAL NAIL LASER/LIGHT 2+ NAILS

SINGLE TREATMENT


Service Description

Treatment details: 3 Treatment within 1 week are required with 1 further treatment 4 weeks later. THIS TREATMENT INCLUDES: * 1 single session on 2 or more of your affected nails. (FURTHER TREATMENTS ARE PAID SEPARATELY) Depending on your nail, you may be advised to use a PACT Med kit that you use at home for 2 weeks prior to starting treatment. The kit costs £30 to purchase. If you have 2 or more Fungal nails that need treatment then this service is for you. Fungal nails can present themselves as being discoloured, yellow or brown and nails can be crumbly, unhealthy, and unsightly looking. Fungal nails are sometimes associated with an odour from the contaminated nail(s). The sufferer is often embarrassed and unwilling to wear open footwear as a result. It's important to know that the fungal condition will not disappear without treatment! The affected nail(s) contain a fungal spore that becomes embedded in the layers of the nail and nail bed, which means that they're challenging to treat and cure. These fungal spores are highly contagious and can spread to other healthy nails and skin if not treated quickly. It can lead to athlete’s foot or fungal skin conditions in other areas of the body. The Laser/Light nail treatment will initially be a course of 3 treatments within 1 week and 1 follow-up treatment within 4 weeks. Depending on the severity of the fungal nail infection will require further treatments but this will be discussed with you at your initial appointment. ​ Toenails grow on average 15mm a month. As a result, it takes at least three months for the treatment to be visibly noticeable, and 12 to 18 months for the nail to fully grow out. PLEASE NOTE: No fungal nail treatment is guaranteed.


Cancellation Policy

If you wish to cancel your appointment, you must give at least 24 hours' notice before your appointment is scheduled to occur.


Contact Details

  • Londonderry BT48 8SE, UK

    profoothealth@hotmail.com


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