Treat your nail fungus without cuts, burns, or invasive methods
At some point in our lives, many of us will experience toenail fungus. When one nail is infected, it can rapidly spread to surrounding nails, leading to discoloration, thickening of the nail, change in nail shape, or even detachment of the nail from the nail bed. Toenail fungus can be unsightly, embarrassing, and even painful, preventing you from wearing your favorite sandals, taking off your shoes at the beach, and walking may become difficult.
A revolutionary breakthrough in treating fungal infections of the nail has emerged, however. The experienced Medical Aesthetics & Laser team offers nail fungus treatments in The Woodlands to kill the infection and give you back gorgeous feet that you want to show off!
Laser Nail Fungus Treatment in The Woodlands
What it Treats
We use the latest laser technology to effectively treat toenail fungus in The Woodlands.
- Toenail fungus
Plan to spend about 30 minutes with us for your laser nail fungus treatment in The Woodlands.
There is no required downtime or expected recovery period with our laser nail fungus treatment. You are free to leave our office and resume your normal activities immediately.
What distinguishes Medical Aesthetics & Laser from the rest is our team of highly skilled and experienced personnel, all of whom share a similar passion for helping clients look and feel their best.
Led by the talented Dr. Reeves, our team is dedicated to providing the personal attention and specialized care you deserve. We take the time to listen to your needs and discuss your various options with you in detail to help you make the choices that are right for you. No questions go unanswered; no concerns are dismissed. Personal attention is provided every step of the way – from consultation to after-care, we are here for you.
How it Works
Using gentle pulsing infrared light, we can effectively deliver targeted energy to your nail beds. This energy heats the nail bed, killing the fungus at its source and halting its spread. The speed of your nail growth and recovery will be the biggest factor in how quickly you will see results from laser nail fungus treatments in The Woodlands, since the affected areas will have to grow out before full nails clearance can be seen.
The treatment is safe, non-invasive, and generally tolerated well without anesthesia. If you have tried to eliminate a fungal infection on your own, you know how tricky it can be. Laser treatments are very effective but, it may take one to three laser nail fungus treatments to fully kill the fungus plaguing your nails. We will also provide instructions for preventing future infections and may prescribe a topical product to help enhance your results.
Before your laser nail fungus treatment in The Woodlands, we recommend:
- Avoid self-tanning lotions or tanning for at least two weeks before your appointment.
- Remove all nail polish completely.
- Shave any dark hair on your toes or fingers.
Following your laser nail fungus treatment in The Woodlands, it is important to:
- We may recommend or prescribe an anti-fungal product for you to consistently apply to prevent reinfection.
- It is important to follow our instructions for this exactly.
- Disinfect your shoes at the end of each day using an anti-fungal spray or powder, or a household disinfectant.
- Rotate shoes, not wearing the same pair for at least 48 hours.
- Change the bed sheets, vacuum your carpets, and clean your shower floor with a disinfecting cleanser containing bleach the day of your initial procedure.
- Before using your nail clippers again, sterilize them and nail files in a cup of bleach solution for 20 minutes. If you don’t have bleach, you can boil them for 30 minutes and make sure to disinfect them thoroughly after each future use.
- Keep your nails trimmed and clean.
- Avoid going barefoot in public areas such as pools, locker rooms, etc. to prevent reinfection.
I have been going to Angela at Medical Aesthetics and Laser for over a year. Angela is extremely competent and thorough in delivering excellent customer service. She is also knowledgeable in what treatments are needed to get the best results for a beautiful and younger appearance. I am very pleased with my results and highly recommend Angela at Medical Aesthetics and Laser. I would never go anywhere else.
I have been a client of Medical Aesthetics and Laser for the last few years. Prior to this, I tried several other clinics and doctor’s offices (including a couple of top plastic surgeons in Houston & The Woodlands) for Botox and facial treatments, but nothing can compare to results I have obtained with Allison and Kelli. I consider Allison to be both an expert and an artist in the way that she administers Botox and Dermal Fillers. She gives me a youthful appearance without causing me to look unnatural or contrived. I have used Kelli for laser resurfacing, chemical peels, and facials. Since adhering to her skin care regimen, my skin has never been as clear and healthy as it is now. I feel confident in recommending Medical Aesthetics and Laser to anyone who has the desire to improve their appearance, and gain confidence in the image that they project to others.
Toenail fungus occurs when the fungus gets under your toenails and starts to grow. This happens commonly when walking barefoot in areas where fungus thrives, such as public restrooms or gym locker rooms.
Most people report feeling quite comfortable throughout the procedure. There may be some warmth or an occasional snapping sensation during the laser treatment that is minimal.
Not at all! You can apply polish to your nails immediately after treatment.
Once the toenail fungus is killed, it will cease to grow or spread in your nail. However, the nail will still appear abnormal until it has a chance to grow out completely. This process could take as long as year, depending on the natural cycle of your nails.
Treatment costs can vary depending on your unique needs. Your Medical Aesthetics & Laser specialist will provide you with the exact cost of your laser nail fungus procedure up front in your initial consultation. We can also accept CareCredit to cover the cost of your treatment.