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Laser Treatment for Nail Fungus

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Laser Treatment for Nail Fungus

Nail fungus is a difficult-to-treat fungal infection of the finger or toe nails. With traditional treatments, such as medications and topical creams, showing only limited success, the Harmony XL Pro laser opens up new possibilities thanks to a selection of clinically proven laser and light-based solutions. Harmony’s breakthrough treatments target the source of the infection beneath the nail plate, clearing nail fungus within a few short treatment sessions.

At Eden MediSpa, we use advanced laser therapy for nail fungus. This enables us to quickly and safely deal with the root cause of your condition.

  • Q-Switched Nd:YAG
  • Long-Pulsed Nd:YAG

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Frequently Asked Questions

• Safe for all skin types – indicated for use on all skin types (Fitzpatrick I – VI)
• Fast treatment time – no topical numbing is required, and treatments can take as little as 10 to 30 minutes
• Virtually painless
• No downtime – after your treatment, you can immediately return to your normal daily activities
The lasers produce powerful bursts of light that transmit through the nail plate to the nail bed. It is selectively absorbed by the nail fungus, producing heat and destroying it. The nail is unaffected and spared.
This treatment can be used on all skin types. However, prior to your treatment, we will take a full medical history to confirm suitability for the treatment. You will also be asked to give informed consent. The procedure, its benefits and potential side effects will be explained to you. During this time, you are most welcome to ask any questions you may have. You will be provided with verbal or written after care instructions. Before we start the procedure, we will clean the affected nail and make sure it is clear of any nail polish, creams or powder. Most treatment sessions take a few minutes.
Toe nails may take up to nine months to show the final result, as the new nail needs to grow out.

Finger nails will take up to four months,
For most people, 3 or 4 treatments once every 2 to 3 weeks are enough to fully treat the condition.
After the treatment, you should:
• not wear obstructive footwear for the first 48 hours
• apply anti-fungal cream to the affected area twice a day for 3 months
• use an anti-fungal powder in your shoes once a week for 1 month


Starting from R 750.00

1 Forest Road • Heatherlands • George