Until recently treatment options were limited to creams, topical lacquers and oral medication with toxic effects. Today the advances in medical technology allow us to have a new effective nontoxic method to treat simply and easily fungus: S30 PODYLAS ™ laser treatment.
Laser is applied to infected nails and the skin surrounding them, alternating horizontal and vertical passes. The procedure is repeated to treat all the infected area. Energy penetrates up to the nail bed, destroying fungi. The average time of a treatment session is about 10-15 minutes, depending on the number of affected fingers. This is a painless, easy, fast, effective and safe treatment with no side effects. S30 PODYLAS™ laser system allows to effectively treat all types of Onychomycosis:
Distal and lateral Subungual Onicodistrophy (OSDL)
Superficial white Onychomycosis (OBS)
Proximal Subungual Onychomycosis (PAHO)
Total Onicodistrofia (OT)
When they grow at the support points of feet, plantar warts are usually coated with a layer of hard skin forming a compact plate sunk into the skin because of pressure. These warts produce black dots in the center, as in the case of common warts. Laser is one of the faster more comfortable and effective treatment tools for plantar warts.
The procedure is the same as in the case of onychomycosis, applying laser on all plantar wart surface, after debridement of the infected area. Depending on the number of warts, you may need multiple laser sessions to eliminate them completely. Laser is increasingly more used for the treatment of different types of warts.
Warts resistant to other treatments
Warts located in anatomical regions of difficult access
Verrugas situadas en regiones anat‚àö‚â•micas que de dif‚àö‚â†cil acceso
Anatomical areas where multiple treatments may be required (as in plantar warts)
Anatomical areas where it is essential to leave a good aesthetic result (as in face)
Cases of multiple warts