Clearanail® Nail Treatment
Improve Your Treatment & Results For Unsightly Toenails With Clearanail. Now Available Here!
Traditional treatment options for discolored, thickened, or crumbling nails often fail because they are unable to get through the toe’s nail plate.
Clearanail® is the world’s first ‘intelligent’ nail drill to utilize patented Controlled Micro Penetration™ (CMP) technology.
Clearanail’s® CMP technology is completely safe, painless and quick.
Clearanail® produces micro-pores through the nail without touching the skin beneath. The holes allow the topical solution to reach the infection without the nail acting as a barrier.
The Clearanail® Process Is As Easy As… 1,2.3.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is Clearanail?
Clearanail is a treatment for Fungal Toenails
What are fungal toenails?
Fungal toenails (known as Onychomycosis) is the same fungal infection as Athlete’s Foot, which has become established under the toenail.
Why are fungal toenails so difficult to treat?
Antifungal solutions applied to the nail cannot penetrate the nail easily.
What is special about the Clearanail Treatment?
The Clearanail treatment produces micro holes through the nail, to allow antifungal medication to reach the infection.
How big are the holes?
Very small, they are 0.4 mm in diameter (about the same width as four human hairs).
Does the treatment hurt?
No! Most patients won’t feel anything. The device is computer controlled to ensure that it does not damage the nail bed,
How many treatments are required?
Clearanail generally only needs to be performed once.
How long does the treatment take?
Depending on the number of affected nails, treatment may take anywhere from 15-45 minutes.
Do I need to apply medication to the treated nails after Clearanail?
Yes. We will recommend, and in most cases provide, the topical medication you will need to apply to the treated nail(s) daily.
How quickly will it work?
A visible improvement can often be seen in the nail in 2-8 weeks. It may take up to 12 months to see the full effects of the treatment.
Will my insurance pay for Clearanail?
The vast majority of insurances will cover the initial consultation for your toenail condition. The actual Clearanail treatment is not covered by insurance, and is generally scheduled at a later date following your initial consultation.
How much does the Clearanail treatment cost?
The cost of Clearanail varies based on the severity of your condition, as well as the number of toenails affected. Most patient's out of pocket cost is under $500 for the Clearanail treatment.