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Lunula Laser - No More Fungal Nails

The Erchonia® Lunula Laser is a revolutionary low-level laser device bringing new hope to people suffering from painful, discolored and disfigured toenails associated with nail fungus. An embarrassing and unsightly problem facing millions of people, it has typically been difficult to restore clear nails safely and effectively. Oral fungus medications are linked to serious long-term health risks, including liver damage, while other laser options are often painful.

We love laser therapy for the freedom it offers our patients to wear their sandals with pride and finally win their battle with fungal nail infections. We’ve had great success with the laser, and even wrote our own review on its 6 month anniversary in our clinic, and have shared our own in-clinic results here: Laser for Fungal Nails – What’s It All About? Our Podiatrist Jays Shares His Experience!

The Lunula Advantage:

  • 100% safe
  • Uses low-level laser light to stimulate the growth of strong, clear and healthy nails
  • Takes only minutes to complete
  • No downtime required
  • No pain or risk
  • No more embarrassment about unsightly feet
  • Nails can be painted after your treatment using anti-fungal nail polish

The laser treatment process itself is simple and efficient, and requires little more than you sitting down and inserting your foot into the Lunula Laser machine. Unlike other lasers that use heat to eradicate the fungus, this cold laser therapy means no heat pain and discomfort.

To learn more about the Lunula Laser and see it in action, check out the video below:


Get to see our successful Cold Laser Treatment Results

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I go there and they have pretty much excelled in the way they deal with me either looking after my feet or going to Lyle for a massage. When I walk through the door I feel welcomed and the staff there are excellent. Troy should be proud of the wonderful staff he has.
- Christopher Curran