To ask your question, go to the bottom of this page and leave a reply to this blog.
Laser therapy is our preferred treatment for toenail fungus and we use lasers to treat patients with toenail fungus in our Seattle foot and ankle clinic. There is, however, a lot of information on the web about laser treatment for fungal nails that is misleading and some of it is patently false. We have researched this treatment in great depth and established a regularly updated webpage to provide consumers with information about laser treatment for nail fungus.
We are podiatrists practicing in Seattle. We do provide laser treatment for our patients, but we are very careful to give patients a realistic idea of what to expect from laser treatment.
This blog entry is designed to give you a chance to ask any questions you might have about laser therapy for nail fungus. To ask your question, simply go to the bottom of this page and leave a reply to this blog. First, however, read our latest update on lasers for fungal nails. You will likely find the answer to your question there.
If not, go to the bottom of this page and leave a reply to this blog to ask your question. We will answer questions via the blog a couple times per week.
We look forward to hearing from you,
Larry Huppin, DPM Doug Hale, DPM
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