A Patient's Open Letter:
Dear Fellow Toenail Fungus Sufferers
Dear fellow toenail fungus sufferers,
Stay away from the pills! It will hurt your liver!
Dr. Huey’s laser treatment for fungus toenails is the best I’ve ever paid for. It’s the only one that has worked and actually killed and made my fungus stop growing.
My toenails are more brittle because I’ve undergone surgeries for ingrown toenails, so I am more susceptible to getting toenail fungus due to trauma.
I have tried several laser treatments. One of them was “…” – In 2015, I paid more than a thousand dollars for about three treatments, during the span of three years, which did not work (even though I did throw away all my used shoes, socks, and sheets, bought all new ones, and followed all of his instructions to an extreme). Fungus went away for about a year and then came back every time.
I then went to Europe and got three treatments, once a week for 3 weeks, and took all precautions again. Fungus went away and then came back about a year later.
I went to visit Dr. Huey’s office with toenails that were turning yellow and starting to thicken yet again. Dr. Huey told me that his laser treatment is of the highest quality out there. I cannot recall if it was the same laser or different from the ones used previously, but I do know that this time it worked and my fungus stopped growing after I got his laser treatment. I returned after six months and my toenails looked fungus-free (except for the treated part that was still growing out).
I know that I can return to the office if the fungus returns, meanwhile, I did buy all new shoes, socks, and bedsheets and am applying the Clarus Antifungal cream and solution daily as prescribed by him.
Patient of Bay Area Foot & Laser Podiatry Group
We are thankful to this patient for voluntarily sharing her testimonial. Her name has been changed to protect her right to privacy. She was not paid nor provided with products or services in exchange for her testimonial. Exact results and experience are unique to each patient. Results vary and are not guaranteed. The number of treatments required depends on the severity of the condition and the patient’s ability to reduce a recurrence of the infection.
If you’re interested in keeping your toes looking their best, then check out this American Podiatric Medical Association (APMA) article that offers some really good Pedicure Do’s and Don’ts.