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For a variety of reasons, some people are much more likely to develop toenail fungus and other conditions that cause the nail to lose its natural appearance. While medicines are available to treat the fungus, these compounds may take some time to be effective and may never restore the nail to its normalappearance.
Your podiatrist has been trained in a new technique that improves the appearance of nails damaged by fungus and other conditions.
This new technique is the KeryFlex Nail Restoration System.
KeryFlex uses polymer resins and special activators to create a durable, yet flexible artificial nail when exposed to a certain frequency of ultraviolet light.
In as little as 15 minutes, your podiatrist can create a realistic, natural-looking nail in place of the damaged nail.
Your podiatrist does this by removing most of the damaged nail. After the old, damaged nail has been removed, the podiatrist will begin the process of restoring the appearance of your nail; he or she will apply a bonding agent to help the new nail attach to the remnant of your natural nail.
Next, the podiatrist will apply the gel-like KeryFlex Resin to your nail bed, harden the resin with a special frequency of ultraviolet light for two minutes, and then possibly reshape the nail further, if necessary.
When the podiatrist has completed the procedure you will leave the office with a natural-looking nail.
Women may put nail polish on this new nail, and they can also apply nail polish remover to the nail – your new nail will not be affected in the least.
Men and women can engage in their normal exercise routines after their toe nails have been remodeled by KeryFlex.
An Innovative Solution to Nail Fungus and Other Conditions:
• Safe, rapid in-office procedure
• Restores the appearance of natural nail
Delivers Three Key Benefits to You:
• Models and restores the toenail
• Creates a smooth, natural-looking surface
• Is both flexible and durable