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Nail Fungus known as “Onychomycosis”, is a fungal infection of the finger nails or toe nails.
The actual infection is of the bed of the nail and of the plate under
the surface of the nail which turns toe and finger nails into rough, crumbly yellow plates that are hard to look at.
Onychomycosis is the most common of all nail diseases, affecting around 36 million adults who suffer world
wide. Until recently, the only available treatments have been low success rate topical medicines and oral prescriptions. Now you can experience a safer, more effective way to treat Nail Fungus with the newest in
laser innovations. South Shore Laser utilizes 2 FDA approved Laser technologies known as a Q-Switched laser
and a Long-pulse 1064nm Nd:YAG .
These two distinct technologies addresses the infection from the inside out killing the fungus and organisms
deep beneath the nail bed without harming the surrounding tissue. South Shore Laser will treat all finger and
toe nails to prevent any future cross contamination. We guarantee the success of these treatments thanks to
our new advanced technology from Alma Lasers who are known as the leaders in the Laser business.
The Q-switched laser is an FDA approved laser technology to help eliminate the fungal infection without an invasive procedure.
South Shore Lasers offers non-surgical procedures performed by licensed professionals. Procedures are based on the individual and may take more time for multiple procedures or to achieve individual best results. Ask a South Shore Lasers professional more about your individual choices and what you can expect. Results will be unique to each client depending on age, health, skin and other personal/individual factors. The information provided on our website and photos are for illustrative purposes only and do not constitute a guarantee, promise or representation of any particular outcome or experience.
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Our office is currently closed due to NYS mandates, however, now that Long Island has started the reopening process, we are excited at the prospect of opening soon.
We are hopeful that we will be able to open in Phase 3, which is expected to be towards the end of June.
In the meantime, we have been continuing to update our policies and procedures for sanitizing, as well as provide updated training for all our staff members to ensure the safety, well being and comfort of our valued clients and staff.
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