If you’re looking on Long Island for toenail fungus laser treatment, you’ve come to the right place. It doesn’t matter if you call it toenail fungus laser treatment or toe nail fungus laser treatment. If you’re in Nassau County or Suffolk County Long Island and want laser treatment for your toenail fungus infection, visit Long Island Pinpoint toe nail laser to arrange for treatment.
Remember: The Pinpointe FootLaser is the first laser cleared by the FDA for treating toe nail fungus. (see below for an explanation of FDA cleared vs. approved) It is also the only laser to prove its efficacy with extensive multi-year studies involving hundreds of patients. There are more Pinpointe FootLasers in use around the world, treating toenail fungus, then all other lasers combined.
Please visit our main website, Long Island PinPointe Toenail Laser for the most up to date information on this exciting new technology.
If you live on Long Island, Freeport, Greatneck, Long Beach, Mineola or anywhere in Nassau county and have embarrassing toenail fungus, visit Long Island Pinpointe Toenail Laser to learn more about how to treat this condition. Toenail fungus laser certified (PinPointe FootLaser Certified), Dr. Miller can treat your fungal toenails, often with 1 simple, safe, effective laser treatment. Nearly 1,000,000 toenails around the world have been safely treated with this technique with no reported adverse events. Experience the state of the art in laser treatment for toenail fungus. Nothing else even comes close. For more information visit Long Island PinPoint Toenail Laser
If you are interested in learning more about lasers and their use for treating toenail fungus, visit Toenail Laser.org where you can view videos on laser physics as it applies to toenail fungus and read about the different types of lasers that are used to treat this condition. You can see how many treatments each type of laser requires and whether there have been any reported adverse events with any of them. You will also learn which lasers have the longest, safest track record for use with onychomycosis (toenail fungus) and what the FDA statuses are for all of them .
FDA clearance vs approval. FDA approval is used for drugs and class III (high risk) medical devices. FDA clearance is used for class I and II (low risk) medical devices. FDA approval or clearance is necessary to make sure patients using certain medical devices will be safe while utilizing the product. Devices go through rigorous study and examination before being allowed to be cleared or approved into the health care market. It also needs to be proven that the medical device will not only not do harm, but also that it will do good. The entire purpose of a medical device is to improve someone’s health, and if the item does not pass that inspection, it will not receive clearance or approval by the FDA. Because the Pinpointe FootLaser is a low risk device, it is not accurate to say it is FDA approved. The correct statement is FDA cleared. It must, however, prove both safety and efficacy in the treatment of toenail fungus to receive this clearance and no other laser on the market has done this. Only the PinPointe FootLaser is FDA cleared for treating toe nail fungus. back to top of page
Experience the state of the art in laser treatment for toenail fungus. Nothing else even comes close. Click the underlined link to visit Long Island PinPoint Toenail Laser