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In: Fungal Nail Treatment

What fungal nails look like after surgical removal
April 11, 2018

At Compleet Feet we often recommend the surgical removal of fungal infected nail plates to increase the chances of successfully eradicating…

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“Ouchless!” Injections at Compleet Feet. Making Injections More Comfortable.
April 5, 2018

At Compleet Feet we offer comfortable nail surgery. We have a specific technique which works on controlling ‘Pain Gates’. This was…

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New Hampshire Cure Fungal Nail Clinics Website
February 5, 2018

Compleet Feet now has a dedicated fungal nail treatment website: www.hampshirecurefungalnail.co.uk  Compleet Feet is committed to providing the best solutions we…

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Difficulties of Treating a Fungal Nail Dermatophytoma with a Biofilm: Why Treatments Can Fail
October 5, 2017

There are often cases whereby we get patients who have what appears just to be a simple streak of fungal…

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Finger Nail Infections – Are they fungal, candida or bacterial?
July 9, 2017

Finger nails are subject to much stress whether it be mechanical, in and out of water, then there are ladies amongst…

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Fungal Nail Removal
June 26, 2017

MF has a protracted history of difficult to treat fungal nails, so the decision was made to remove them and accelerate…

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Lunula Laser Fungal Nail Audit 2016/17
June 22, 2017

Lunula Laser Fungal Nail Audit 2016/17 Compleet Feet have just completed their 2016/17 audit for Lunula laser ‘clinical cure’ rates. We…

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Clearing Onychomycosis through Low-Level Laser Therapy
January 19, 2017

A low-level laser that eradicates toenail fungus in just a few short treatments without heat, pain or any adverse effects?…

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Topical Paint-on Treatments will not cure Fungal Nails
January 9, 2017

In Winter it is so easy to hide away our unsightly and embarassing fungal nails in socks and shoes. Sadly…

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What to offer when Lunula Fails?
July 11, 2016

Combining Lunula Cold Laser Fungal Nail Treatment with Nail Surgery for Difficult to Treat Cases Recently Compleet Feet published their cold…

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