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Say Bye to the Yellow in Your Nails With Clearnail®

Dr. Daniel Drapacz, at the New York Foot Experts, treats a variety of foot and ankle health conditions. Don’t you hate it when your nails start to yellow? Now imagine your toe nails brittle with a dark yellow color because of fungus! Don’t worry though, because a revolutionary treatment called Clearnail® can turn your nails back to the clear and beautiful color they once were! Luckily, Dr. Drapacz offers this treatment. Come in for a consultation at one of three New York Foot Experts’ locations: 65 Broadway Suite 1103, New York, NY 10006, 360 West 125th St Suite 7, New York, NY 10027 or 469 7th Ave Suite 601, New York, NY 10018.

 

Clearnail® is used to treat yellow nails caused by fungus - common around pools, gyms or even carpeting. 1 in 10 adults develop toenail fungus infections. This infection can lead to brittle, yellow and/or swollen nails. The fungus will cause nail color to dull and lose its shine, with small white dots forming under the nail. If left untreated, nails will become brown. The area around the infected nails will also start to emit an odor. Clearnail® arrives to your rescue by eliminating odor and restoring the nail’s natural clear color. Even better, the treatment is generally only required once!

 

Specifically, Clearnail® transmits an invisible laser energy through the nail that eliminates the source of the fungal infection since it is absorbed by the color in the pigment of the fungal bacteria. This absorption heats up the coloring and destroys the fungus. Once the fungus is gone, toe nails will grow as usual.

 

As you can see, Clearnail® is a real wonder. The earlier your fungus is treated with this dreamlike technology, the less time you will have to deal with unsightly toenails. So, don’t hesitate to contact our office for an appointment as soon as possible. Please feel free to discuss this treatment with our staff and we will determine the best course of management specifically tailored for your feet!

 

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