Up to 8 out of 100 people in the UK will develop a fungal toe or finger nail infection during their lives. Fungal nail infections are extremely uncomfortable and a source of embarrassment for those who suffer from them, ruining your quality of life and self-confidence, especially when wearing open footwear during night’s out or in summer months. However, with advancements in laser combination treatments, The Hartland Podiatry Clinic can treat fungal nail infections and restore foot health, confidence, and quality of life. Learn everything you need to know about our effective Lunula Laser Nail Fungus Treatment.

If you’d like to book an appointment, contact us via telephone 01235 798313 or email info@thehartlandclinic.co.uk.

What is Lunula Laser Nail Fungus Treatment?

Lunula Laser Treatment is a new and effective treatment for nail fungus. It uses two distinct wavelengths, 405nm (violet) and 635 nm (red), for precise photochemical function to combat fungal infections. In a Lunula Laser Nail Fungus clinical trial, 89% of treated toenails showed increased clear nails and no adverse effects were recorded.

How does Lunula Laser Treatment work?

Lunula’s effectiveness lies in its precise targeting of the mitochondria in fungal cells. Mitochondria, often called “mini power stations,” are essential for generating energy for fungal cell survival. They achieve this by maintaining a careful balance of chemicals in their membrane, facilitating a process known as “cellular respiration.” This process is crucial for the fungal cell’s survival as it controls the flow of chemicals through the membrane, allowing the cell to function. A vital protein in this membrane is Cytochrome C, overseeing cellular respiration and the production of Adenosine Triphosphate (ATP) – the fuel that powers the fungal cell’s processes.

Principle of Photochemistry

Lunula Laser Treatment operates on the principle of photochemistry, involving the exposure of specific cells to particular wavelengths of light, initiating a cascade of reactions. In this case, Lunula targets Cytochrome C in the mitochondrial membrane, triggering reactions that are instrumental in eliminating the fungal cell.

Dual Wavelengths

What sets Lunula Laser Treatment apart is the synergy between its two wavelengths and their impact on fungal cells. By targeting Cytochrome C and inducing oxidative stress, irreversible cell death, and immune response activation, Lunula achieves a comprehensive and unique approach to eradicating fungal infections. This innovative laser technology not only addresses the current infection but also promotes the body’s natural ability to defend against future threats.

Why Choose The Hartland Podiatry Clinic?

The Hartland Podiatry Clinic is your trusted destination for laser nail fungus treatment. With a specialisation in Lunula Laser Treatment, our clinic is staffed by a team of seasoned podiatrists committed to delivering outstanding results for our patients.

Our combination treatments consistently achieve success rates exceeding 95%. Count on us to deliver quality service and offer the latest, safest treatments in podiatric care.

Lunula Laser: Patient Experience & Aftercare

Understanding the patient experience is crucial in establishing the effectiveness and credibility of any medical treatment. At The Hartland Podiatry Clinic, the journey begins with a comprehensive consultation where the podiatrists assess the severity of the fungal infection and tailor a treatment plan to suit individual needs.

The actual Lunula Laser Treatment is a quick and painless procedure. Patients can relax knowing that the non-invasive nature of the treatment eliminates the need for anaesthesia or post-procedure downtime. The low-level laser therapy stimulates the body’s immune response, enhancing the natural healing process.

Post-treatment care is equally important in ensuring long-term success. The Hartland Podiatry Clinic provides detailed guidance on caring for the treated nails and offers recommendations to prevent future infections. The emphasis on holistic podiatric care sets the clinic apart, making it a trusted choice for those seeking comprehensive solutions for fungal toenails.

Lunula Laser Concerns & FAQs

As with any medical procedure, potential patients often have questions and concerns. The Hartland Podiatry Clinic acknowledges the importance of transparency and strives to address common queries related to laser nail fungus treatment.

Q: Is Lunula Laser Treatment painful?

A: No, Lunula Laser Treatment is a non-invasive procedure that is virtually pain-free. Patients may experience a slight warming sensation, but overall, the treatment is well-tolerated.

Q: How long does the treatment take?

A: The duration of Lunula Laser Treatment varies depending on the severity of the fungal infection. On average, a session may last around 30 minutes.

Q: Are there any side effects?

A: Lunula Laser Treatment is known for its minimal side effects. Some patients may experience temporary warmth or tingling, but these effects are generally mild and short-lived.

Book Lunula Laser Treatment at The Hartland Podiatry Clinic

Understanding the science behind laser nail fungus treatment sheds light on the innovative solutions available for those dealing with fungal toenail infections. The Hartland Podiatry Clinic’s commitment to excellence, coupled with the unique benefits of Lunula Laser Treatment, makes it a trusted choice for individuals seeking a modern and effective approach to address their nail health.

Whether you reside in Oxfordshire, Berkshire, Wiltshire, or Buckinghamshire, The Hartland Podiatry Clinic offers accessible and advanced laser nail fungus treatment. By choosing Lunula Laser Treatment, individuals can embark on a journey towards healthier, clearer nails, ultimately regaining the confidence to step out with pride. Contact The Hartland Podiatry Clinic today to explore the transformative possibilities of laser treatment for fungal toenails.

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