Fungal Nail Treatments near Oxford using the Revolutionary Lunula Nail Laser

The most effective treatment currently available in medicine.

Lots of people develop a fungal toenail infection at some point in their life.  Usually it’s not a serious condition but it can be embarrassing as well as difficult to treat.  The Hartland Clinic offer a revolutionary new effective fungal nail treatments near Oxford called the Lunula Nailaser.  This treatment is only available at a small number of Podiatry Clinics in the country.

A revolutionary new laser treatment.

Until recently, if you had toenail fungus, the options to treat the disease were limited and often unsuccessful. But with Lunula Laser Therapy near Oxford, the toenails you remember can often be returned to the way they were. The Hartland clinic offer the Lunula Naillaser for Toenail Fungus Treatment in Oxford area.

Here are the benefits of the new fungal nail laser treatment:

  • Lunula is a UK/ EU approved medical laser device
  • Safe technology – no toxic plume as with other laser devices
  • Proven medical results – success rates in excess of 95%
  • Promotes healthy nail growth from the first treatment
  • Visual improvement within two to three months 

Here’s how the Lunula Nail Laser works:

Lunula Lasers impressive clinical response stems from its two wavelengths: 405 nm (violet) and 635 nm (red). Each wavelength performs a very specific photochemical function to treat fungal infections.

Lunula targets the Mitochondria in the fungal cell. Mitochondria are like “mini power stations” which produce the energy for the fungal cell to survive. They do this by creating a very fine balance of chemicals in their membrane, which can alter to allow them to perform a process called “cellular respiration”. Cellular respiration is vital to the cells survival as it allows chemicals in and out of its membrane allowing it to function. One key protein within the membrane is Cytochrome C. This co ordinates cellular respiration and the production of Adenosine Triphosphate (ATP), which is the fuel that drives all the processes, that allows the fungal cell to function and survive.

Lunula Laser utilises the principle of Photochemistry. Photochemistry involves exposing specific cells to certain wavelengths of light, which can trigger a cascade of reactions. Lunula targets Cytochrome C in the Mitochondrial membrane. These reactions are the key to killing the fungal cell.

Our Fungal Nail Treatments near Oxford are available by appointment only. Contact us today to make an appointment on 01235 798313 or email us.

If you would like to read more about the independent scientific evidence that supports the use of this laser please follow the links below:
Field Study White Paper
A Retrospective Study of Non-thermal Laser Therapy for the Treatment of Toenail Onychomycosis