The doctors and professionals at Bucks County FootLaser are proud to announce that their PinPointe Laser technology was awarded the CE Mark of approval. The mandatory conformity mark is labeled on products sold in the EU, which declares that the product meets specific standards and requirements. The PinPointe Laser Technology is now making its way around the world as an approved method for treating toenail fungus or Onychomycosis.
Toenail fungus is a common condition that is suffered from people of all ages and mostly those who are 40 and older. Being that it is an unsightly infection to have, it can cause a lot of embarrassment especially during sandal season. The doctors from Bucks County FootLaser don’t want individuals to suffer any longer from toenail fungus, which is why they are revealing numerous new benefits for their PinPonte Laser Technology in regards to other options that are on the market at this time.
Panicking that sandal weather is closer than ever; well, Bucks County FootLaser is now using their PinPointe laser technology to help patients get ready for sandal season. With their PinPointe laser technology, it can provide quick results with no drugs, pain, or anesthesia. So, for those who have been putting off treating their toenail fungus due to fear of pain or do not have time to recover, this makes it a viable option to get those toes sandal ready for this warm spring weather that is fast approaching.
The PinPointe technology used to treat nail fungus by Bucks County FootLaser has just received clearance by the Federal Drug Administration (FDA). For those who have waited too long in order to get antifungal nail treatment in Bucks County, they can now benefit from this non-invasive, quick, and safe treatment. It is perfect for those who are living in pain and discomfort. Start the New Year off on the right foot and take advantage of the free consultation for one’s onychomycosis.
With the turn of the New Year, people like to start off on the right foot. This can be hard to do for some people, specifically those with Oncychomycosis, better known as Toenail Fungus. The Doctors at Bucks County Footlaser would like to help and are now accepting appointments for Spring 2013.