Keryflex Nail Restoration
Keryflex is a synthetic resin that is applied to a patient's natural nail, producing a nonporous artificial nail using UV-light.
Indications include nail fungus, nail trauma, brittle nails, and other nail dystrophies.
Medical pedicures are foot and nail care services that are performed by skilled and specialized healthcare professionals. The medical pedicures through At Your Feet Concierge Podiatry are all performed by the doctor herself.
Services include trimming and/or filing of nails, removal of ingrown toenails, and debridement of corns and calluses.
The procedure can be done in-office or the in the comfort of your own home.
Juvederm® Dermal Foot Fillers
As people age, they often lose the fat, or cushion, underneath their feet, making certain bony areas, such as the balls of the feet and heels, more prominent and painful. This is where filled come into play. The same fillers used by dermatologists and plastic surgeons for the face can be placed on the bottoms of the feet, thus adding cushion to those bony, prominent, and painful areas, allowing you to return back into those high-heeled shoes!
At Your Feet Concierge Podiatry offers Juvederm®, a biodegradable, hyaluronic acid, injectable gel implant filler.
Who May Benefit?
Those with fat pad atrophy underneath the ball of the foot or heel as a result of multiple steroid injections or advanced age.
Those with significantly high arches who put increased pressure underneath the ball of the foot and heel.
Those with ball of the foot pain as a result of previous surgery.
Wart Needling Procedure
Plantar warts (aka plantar verrucas) are skin lesions that develop along the bottoms of the feet or along the toes. They are caused by the human papilloma virus (HPV) and often look like calluses. Depending on the size and location, they may be painful.
Why Needling? - Because the virus lives along the outside of the skin, the body does not recognize it, making it difficult to treat. Therefore, by needling the skin and underlying tissues, it pushes the wart cells into the underlying tissues. This will trigger an immune response and eventually the wart deteriorates.
Click here to check out the patient education page on plantar warts to learn more about the different treatment options.
The above information is for educational purposes only and should not be construed as medical advice. Please contact the doctor, or your own healthcare professional, should you have questions or concerns related to your health.