Torrance – Do you or someone you know skip the sandals because of embarrassing nail fungus? Now, a non-toxic treatment could put an end to those worries.
Dr. Marc Mittleman says the PinPointe laser is painless and works in about 60% of patients who try it for nail fungus.
He adds that, while for most patients it’s a one-time treatment, a small percentage require a second treatment several months after the first.
The treatment costs between $600-1200 dollars, depending on how many nails need to be treated.
Treatment is generally not covered by insurance.