Do you dread sandal season because of your unattractive or damaged toenails? Don't let embarrassment keep you from enjoying flip-flops, sandals, and open-toed shoes this summer. With the Keryflex® cosmetic nail restoration system at the Foot and Ankle Wellness Center in Washington, DC, you can have beautiful, natural-looking nails.
Discover how Keryflex can transform your toenails and make this sandal season your best one yet.
What is Keryflex?
Keryflex is a safe and effective method to restore damaged or unsightly toenails. It’s a cosmetic resin that’s applied directly to the nail to create a durable and natural-looking replacement for your nail. Whether you have a nail damaged by injury, want to help prevent a fungal nail infection from spreading, or simply want to improve the appearance of your nails, Keryflex can help.
How does Keryflex work?
The process of getting the professional nail restoration is simple and painless and can be completed in under 20 minutes. Your Foot and Ankle Wellness Center specialist first cleans and prepares the affected nail(s) to ensure the Keryflex resin will bond to it. Then, they apply a thin layer of the resin to the nail, shaping and molding it to match the contour of your natural nails.
Next, they use a special ultraviolet (UV) light to cure and bond the resin to your nails to ensure a strong attachment. Once the resin is bonded, your specialist further shapes and buffs the nail to achieve the desired look.
Keryflex offers several advantages over traditional nail treatments, including:
- Natural-looking nails
- Immediate results
- Prevents the spread of fungal nail infections
- Customizable nail length, shape, and color
- Flexible solution that bends with the natural movement of your toes
Keryflex offers a quick and easy solution to your nail problems.
Can everyone get Keryflex?
Unfortunately, Keryflex is not for individuals with ingrown toenails or pigmented lesions on the nail. You should also avoid the treatment if you have peripheral neuropathy, peripheral vascular disease, or arterial insufficiency.
Your Foot and Ankle Wellness Center doctor reviews your medical history and helps determine if Keryflex is an option for you. People who are pregnant, nursing, or allergic to the ingredients of Keryflex are also not candidates.
Get ready for sandal season
Don't let unsightly toenails hold you back this sandal season. Keryflex treatment at the Foot and Ankle Wellness Center offers an effective solution to restore the appearance of your nails and boost your confidence. Call the Foot and Ankle Wellness Center today at 202-968-3404 to learn more about the professional nail restoration service.