Arlington foot and Ankle has state-of-the-art treatments as the following videos demonstrate for skin and nail conditions ranging from ingrown toenails, fungal nails(onychomycosis) and athlete’s foot to scars (including laser) and skin biopsies to rule out cancerous lesion to removal of ganglion cysts and other growths in the foot. We have laser treatments for warts as well.

Dr Pearl has a new treatment protocol for ingrown toenails that-are swollen and painful. Antibiotics have been a time honored treatment. Now there is electromagnetic therapy to treat an infected ingrown toenail that can provide immediate relief. You may still need to have the ingrown mail removed surgically but the following video demonstrates how much the treatment can help in the interim.

Arlington Foot and Ankle has been using laser nail therapy to treat Onychomycosis (toenail fungus) for over two decades. The treatment is painless and sometimes requires repeated treatments, Many patients will have significant improvement after one treatment. There are some cases that are more challenging. These may require topical anti-fungal solutions and soaks. We try to avoid oral antibiotics if possible but they can be used with proper health screening. Dr Pearl will make a personalized treatment plan to fit your needs. Call the office at (703) 516-9408 and/or schedule an appointment today.

KeryFlex Nail Restoration

KeryFlex Nail Restoration is a safe, nonsystemic in-office application that restores the appearance of patient’s natural nails. The product allows the podiatrist to remodel patients’ nails affected by fungus, nail dystrophies and trauma. The patented resin creates a flexible, non-porous nail that allows the remaining natural nails to grow. The KeryFlex nail provides a natural looking nail during oral anti-fungal therapies. It also provides an immediate cosmetic improvement to compliment laser fungal treatments. The KeryFlex nail is durable and unaffected by acetone, nail polishes or detergents. Restore patients’ appearance and confidence while growing your practice with the KeryFlex Nail Restoration System.

Laser treatments for nails may be as few as one to two sessions or require several depending on the depth and degree of involvement. The treatments are done 6-8 weeks apart.

Advantages to KeryFlex

  • KeryFlex nail is durable, FLEXIBLE and moves with the foot
  • Current oral antifungal therapy is expensive and often not a viable option for many patients
  • Greater risk of nail-skin infections via nail salon pedicures for their unsightly nails
  • Doesn’t irritate the skin