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How to Win the Fight Against Fungal Nails

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It’s an epic battle that millions try to win, but often fail – the fight against fungal nails! Once that stubborn fungus invades, it’s tough to conquer, but before you surrender to a life of thick, yellow, crumbly nails, call us and we’ll send in reinforcements!

Treat your fungal nails

You see, at Heartland Foot & Ankle Associates, we’ve got the weaponry to beat fungal nails – from medications to surgical procedures to high-tech laser therapy!

First, though, you need to spot the enemy. Look for white spots or yellow streaks that may eventually take over the entire nail. If your toenail becomes thick, brittle, and misshapen, or if it’s causing you pain or is emitting a not-so-nice smell, these are all signs to contact us so we can come to your rescue!

We will assess the severity of your fungal invasion, and take into consideration your lifestyle as well, then determine the best course of action for you. We can prescribe topical or oral medication or set you up for laser therapy. This procedure is quick, painless, and effective, treating toenail fungus at its source. A concentrated light beam penetrates the nail without harming it, and zaps the fungi underneath. There are no side effects and there’s no down time, either. We may combine this with medication for extra-tough cases, or suggest surgical removal of the damaged nail if the condition is severe.

Whatever treatment option you choose, we ensure that victory will be yours! If you are struggling with toenail fungus and long for the return of your clear, healthy nails, call our Bloomington, IL office at (309) 661-9975. We are your allies in the fight against fungal nails!

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