Laser treatment for Nail Fungus (Onychomycosis) in Brighton and Hove
Are you ashamed of your nail fungus? We now have the latest laser to treat nail fungal.
A lot of people develop fungus nail infection at some point in their live. It usually not serious but it can be unpleasant and difficult to treat.
The infection develop slowly, causes the nail to discoloured, distorted and thickened. Toenails are more commonly affected than the fingernails.
Using our newest laser, we can successfully treat nail fungus (feet, hands or both) and approach each case with sensitivity and care.
Improve your self confidence
No down time
Safe treatment with no side effects
An efficient way to eliminate nail fungus
Suitable for children or adults
Most fungus nail infections is usually the result of Athlete’s foot infecting the nails.
Most fungus live harmlessly on your skin, but sometimes they can multiply and lead to infections. The fungus prefer, dark, warm and most places like your feet.
You are more likely to get a fungus nail infection if you:
Don’t keep your feet clean and dry
Wear shoes that cause your feet to get hot and sweaty
Walk around barefoot in places where fungal infections can spread easily, such as communal showers, locker rooms and gyms
Have damaged your nails
Have a weakened immune system
Other health conditions, such as psoriasis, diabetes or peripheral arterial disease.
Here at Shadi Danin Medi-Spa we believe in an individual approach for each patient that approaches us for treatment. We begin with a consultation, during which we look at the current fungus management regime, including all the products the patient may be using. The medical history of the patient is also taken. We then inform the patient about the course of treatments which would have benefit.
Full costing for tge laser treatments are explained at your consultation visit and the patient is under no obligation to make any decisions at that time. We always encourage people to consider the information before embarking on any course of treatment, although it is usually possible to start treatment at the same visit is so desired by the patient.
|Price List||Cost||Course of 6|
|Single toe or thumb||£65||£325|
|Single foot or hand||£100||£500|
|Both feet or hand||£140||£700|
Usually six treatments, one per week (4) and then once a month (2).
You might notice a slight soreness and some redness around the toenail but it usually disappears within 24-48 hours.
Please bring a clean pair of sock and a pair of shoes after treatment to minimise the fungal re-infection.
We will destroy the fungus under your nails, but you have to keep it from returning.
The simple actions and habits below will greatly improve your chances for remaining fungus free for life.
Apply an antifungal spray with one of the following active ingredients: (Undecylenic acid 5%, Clotrimazole 1%, tolnaftate 1%, terbinafine 1%, miconazole 2% or butenafine 1%) Spray the tops of the feet. Apply up to two times daily to clean, dry feet.
If the nail bed is healthy the nail plate should grow out in 12 months, with healthy new growth visible within the first 3 months
Spray the insides of your shoes with an antifungal spray or Lysol at the end of each day.
Try not to wear the same shoes every day. Shoes need to be sprayed every time there is wear.
Disinfectant showers/bath with bleach.
If your feet tend to sweat a lot, use an antifungal powder or antifungal spray with baking soda.
Metal nail care instruments need to be cleaned with diluted bleach or boiling water.
Wash all fabrics (socks, bedding, etc.) your feet come in contact with regularly in hot soapy water, bleach or color safe bleach immediately following the laser treatment. Change bed linens daily or wear a clean pair of socks to bed every night.
Keep your toenails trimmed and clean.
Wear shoes at all times, even at home. Especially, in public places, hotel rooms, showers, gyms and indoor swimming pools.
Avoid nail salons that do not clean instruments properly or use disposable liners for pedicure bowls.
Dispose of all nail polishes since polish may be infected.
Wash your toes and feet daily, ensuring that you dry them completely – especially between the toes.