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Keryflex: New Treatment for Ugly Nails

Do you bury your toes in the sand so no one will see them?  Do you wear closed toed shoes when you would much rather wear a pair of sandals or those cute open toed heels?  Do your friends, family, or even grandchildren make cruel comments about the way your toenails look?

Thickened, discolored, and/or disfigured nails can be an embarrassing problem, especially in Florida, the “Sunshine State”, where sandals and flip flops have become part of the dress code.  

In some cases, nail conditions can be treated, but improvement may take several months to achieve as you wait for your new, healthier nail to grow out.  However, if trauma to the nails has occurred, there is no medication or therapy that will permanently improve the nail.

So, does this mean you are stuck hiding your toenails?  It doesn’t have to be that way! Thanks to the KeryFlex Nail Restoration System, your unsightly nails can be cosmetically enhanced, so you can have natural looking nails IN JUST ONE VISIT!!!  What is KeryFlex? It is a composite resin which creates a flexible, but durable, non-porous nail that allows the remaining natural nail to grow. Unlike rigid acrylic nails, KeryFlex restored nails are flexible and able to bend with the natural movement of your toes and feet.  It is applied at a Podiatrist’s office, and the results are dramatic and immediate. The nails can be painted and after application, you can return to any exercise or sports. It is also perfect for special events, weddings, parties, vacations, or if you just want to improve the look of your unsightly nails.

We invite you to call PGA Foot & Ankle with any questions or to immediately schedule an appointment to improve the look of your nails TODAY!

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