Pros and Cons of Fungal Toenails—No Joking Matter!

Robert G. Parker
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Dr. Parker is a podiatrist and surgeon in Houston, TX who has been helping patients for more than 40 years.

What do you get when you cross fungal toenails with a laser?  Relief from the embarrassment of thick, crumbly nails.  This stubborn condition is no laughing matter, and once you’ve examined all of the options you’ll understand why laser treatment at Parker Foot & Ankle is the best solution.

You’ve likely tried over-the-counter creams and other topical solutions that promised great results.  The problem is that the enemy you’re fighting lives underneath the surface of the nail where these medications can’t reach.   Oral medications work from the inside out, but the possibility of dangerous side effects detours many from taking this step. 

Laser treatment for fungal toenails is by far the best option.  Our expert staff has led the way, and we’ve seen excellent results.  In fact, about 85% of our patients have seen their fungal infection cleared with the use of the Fotona laser.  Imagine-- two visits, no pain, no side effects and healthy nails that will leave you wanting to show off your feet!

If you’ve been considering treatment options for a fungal infection of the toenail, look at the pros and cons of each method.  Effectiveness, timeliness, and risk factors should all be a part of the decision making process.  After you’ve studied the choices, we’re sure you’ll find that laser treatment offers a safe, effective solution. 

Embarrassing toenails can be a thing of the past, and it all starts with a simple phone call.  If you have questions, dial our Houston, TX office, or request an appointment online to have your feet evaluated by Dr. Robert Parker, Houston’s High-Tech Podiatrist.  

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