We have designed our mobile nail laser service to help doctors who do not have a laser in their office to treat ugly, unsightly nails. Our experienced technicians have successfully treated thousands of patients over the last 8 years. To view before and after photos click Nails Before and After. To read Frequently Asked Questions click HERE.
1. Complete marketing plan to build patient interest.
2. Mobile laser with a trained technician.
Patients with toenail infections that are not responding to other treatments or who cannot or do not want to take medicine.
How does it work?
- Tech arrives with 980nm laser.
- Doctor debrides.
- First treatment lasting less than 15 minutes.
- Second treatment in two months, at no cost to patient.
Tell me about the laser.
We utilize a Class 4 high power laser for these primary reasons:
- It is user-friendly, fast, effective, efficient and painless.
- Treatments last less than 15 minutes.
Connecticut, Delaware, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island
Frequently Asked Questions
How will you help me market to my patients?
We provide eye catching, thought-provoking marketing materials for your office to help capture your warm market. These include posters, patient brochures, and before and after photos.
Does It Really Work?
YES. Lasers for ugly, unsightly toenail infections have a multiple year track record that is very impressive. Patients are pleased and no longer embarrassed by their ugly, unsightly toenail infections. Patients have stated they are now wearing open toe shoes and sandals, which they have not worn for many years because of their ugly, unsightly toes. Please view the Nails Before and After.
Does debriding make the treatment more effective?
YES. Thinning the nails to 1-2mm allows more energy to penetrate the nails. Removing excess nail and non-attaching nail helps speed the process.
Will the Treatment Hurt the patient?
NO. The patient should have no pain or discomfort during the treatment. However, some people feel a slight warming sensation. The laser has the ability to adjust to all clinical situations.
How Long Does the Treatment Take?
The treatment is less than 15 minutes.
When can we see improvement?
On average, a toenail will replace itself every 9-12 months. Healthy new growth will be visible after 2-4 months as the nails continue to grow following the laser treatment.
Will I need to administer local anesthetic?
Can the patient immediately return to normal activities?
YES! The patient may return to their normal daily routine immediately after their toenail treatment.
Will this Treatment be Covered by Insurance?
Laser treatment of nail and skin conditions is considered an aesthetic, cosmetic procedure by all insurance companies with coverage denied.
Will Health Savings Accounts or Flexible Spending Accounts reimburse the fee?
In our experience some HSA and FSA accounts will reimburse the expense to the patient.