Dr. Joel Brook says lasers are a big step up from the anti-fungal medications people used to use. The pills you would have to ingest. Those came with significant possible side-effects. He says the lasers have no side-effects and work on 70 to 85 percent of patients.
|Dr. Joel Brook
"Most of the time people show up because they just hate how the condition looks. So, over the years the treatment has evolved,” says Dr. Brook. It’s important to treat a patient’s shoes as well; an ultraviolet shoe sanitizer is used to sterilize all your shoes, so you don’t become re-infected.
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