The North London Nail Laser Clinic is one of the few clinics in the UK specializing in the treatment of fungal nail infections, using the very latest in laser technology.
We have recently added the Lunula Laser to our clinic which is a 'cold' laser to supplement our 'hot' Nd:YAG laser which provide the most successful treatments available to eradicate fungal nail infections.
The lasers promote clear nails with simple painless treatments so you can have beautiful nails again.
What is fungal nail infection?
Otherwise known as onychomycosis, fungal nail infection is a condition that can affect one or more toe nails or finger nails, although it is far more commonly found in toe nails.
The infection can cause the nails to become discoloured and thickened, making the nails difficult to cut. They can look unsightly and of course perhaps even make one embarrassed to show them in public.
Before any treatment is started a medical history will be taken, photographs will also be taken of the infected nails for later comparison.
The nails will be filed and cleaned prior to laser treatment.
What does the treatment involve?
The treatment involves passing laser light over the infected nail or nails which destroys the infection. The treatment is painfree, quick and safe with no side effects on the surrounding healthy tissue.
Jeff Horn and his associates are all members of the 'Society of Chiropodists'and Podiatrists' and also registered with the 'Health & Care Professions Council'.
Podiatrists are skilled, trained and educated to assess, diagnose and treat problems of the foot and associated structures.
Your feet are your body's foundation and are one of the hardest working parts of the body.
The clinic has been established in Finchley, London for over 30 years and we are pleased to offer a comprehensive service for all foot and foot related problems, in a friendly but professional environment.
We offer all chiropody and podiatry treatments including:
"The blessing of being able to walk is seldom much regarded but by those to whom, from what ever cause, that blessing has been denied. By the most trifling accident to the feet, we may be forced to forego this noble exersise; an exersise which is of all others the most productive of pleasure to Man, and of which the neglect cannot but prove essentially injurious to his body health..."(Low 1785)