Aerolase Medical Aesthetic Lasers
What is Aerolase Technology?
Aerolase technology provides a new generation of laser technology that delivers higher power in gentler pulse duration, achieving best-in-class efficacy with new levels of patient comfort. Aerolase technology is patented advanced technology, the internally air-cooled medical aesthetic laser. This innovative breakthrough results in a uniquely compact device that generates higher power than any large stationary laser device; it also provides new levels of clinical versatility, patient comfort and cost effectiveness. Laser technology is FDA approved and is shown to be safe and very effective. Treatment is not considered medically necessary unless other factors are present such as diabetes, poor circulation, excessive pressure, pain, or lack of normal sensation.
Aerolase technology provides a new generation of laser technology
Benefits of Laser Treatment
- Reduce thickness
- Improves appearance
- Makes nail trimming easier
- Virtually pain free
- Immediate post recovery period
- No anesthesia necessary
Common Podiatric Laser Treatments
- Onychomycosis (Toe nail fungus)
- Resistant warts
- Telangiectasias (Spider Veins)
- Scar Revision
Laser Technology General Information
How the treatment works:
An Nd:YAG laser impulses high power energy that passes through the soft tissue.
You may resume to all normal activities immediately. In some cases patients can even polish nails and get a pedicure immediately after treatment.
Amount of time varies on degree of involvement. Overall, a visit for consultation and treatment usually takes about 30 minutes.
Virtually pain free treatment:
Most people do not feel any pain. Some patients may experience slight warmth or occasional snapping sensation during the procedure. The laser power can be decreased to eliminate discomfort.
The procedure is considered cosmetic, and is not covered by health insurance. Innovative Foot and Ankle.
- Not having treatment and living with the condition.
- The use of medical prescriptions which can be costly and not guaranteed to help the condition. Some medications require blood tests to monitor for possible liver damage.
- Laser treatment – in many cases the nail is expected to improve with just one treatment.
Consult with your physician for further information on Laser Treatment!