Laser Nail Fungal Treatment FAQs
Dr. Greenberg Uses Cutera GenesisPlus to Treat Fungal Nails
Why Does Dr. Greenberg Use Cutera GenesisPlus to Treat Fungal Nails?
How Long Have You Been Performing Laser Treatments for Nail Fungus?
Is the Laser Nail Procedure Painful?
Can I walk Following the Laser Nail Fungus Treatment?
How long does the Laser Nail Fungus Treatment Take?
When can I paint my nails after the Laser Nail Fungus Treatment?
Is The Procedure Covered by My Insurance?
How Do I Pay for the Procedure?
What is the cost for the Laser Nail Treatment?
The FDA approved Cutera GenesisPlus treatment for fungal nails is fast, safe and efficient. In one 10-15 minute session we treat a patients suffering with unsightly, deformed and discolored toenails. There is no pain or downtime.
The laser works by shining a gentle, focused light beam on the nail and surrounding skin. This laser beam shines through the nail helping to kill the fungus embedded in the nail bed and nail plate where the nail fungus exists.
- Cutera is a worldwide leader in laser technology
- One of only two lasers FDA cleared for fungal nails/Onychomycosis
- Heat sensor on hand piece for accuracy and safety of treatment
- Proven effectiveness
Dr. Greenberg is one of the leading Orange County podiatrists offering laser technology to treat nail fungus.
The laser does not harm healthy tissue, and most patients do not experience any major discomfort during or after the laser procedure. Some people may experience a warming sensation during the procedure, but no anesthesia is needed for this treatment.
The laser nail fungus treatment does not harm living tissue. Patients arrive for their appointment, have the procedure done, and then walk out and go about their normal activity as recommend by Dr. Greenberg.
The laser nail fungus treatment usually takes only 30 minutes, or less.
Toenail polish can be re-applied the following day. It is important that all nail paint and polish to be removed prior to having the laser nail fungus treatment performed.
Since Toenail Fungus is considered an aesthetic condition by the Health Insurance providers, most health insurance do not provide coverage for the Laser Nail Treatment.
Dr. Greenberg accepts most major Credit Cards (VISA, MasterCard, American Express and Discover), Debit Cards (with VISA or MasterCard Logo only) checks and cash. Payment plans are also offered by Dr. Greenberg.
Costs for this treatment are determined by Dr. Greenberg and are typically between $495 and $775 depending on the number and severity of toes infected.