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Advanced Podiatry Clinics
Laser Nail Fungus-Removal Treatment

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It's stubborn, it's embarrassing, and it's long been tough to get rid of -- but these days, the advanced technology of the Cutera laser can help you treat annoying nail fungus:

• $134.99 ($283 value) for a laser fungus-removal treatment (one foot or one hand)
• $184.99 ($383 value) for a laser fungus-removal treatment (both feet or both hands)
• Laser targets fungus beneath the nail bed without damaging surrounding tissue, allowing for healthy nail growth to begin

"The two doctors that I saw were amazing. Two of the friendliest, nicest, most professional people I've dealt with." - LivingSocial Member

How It Works
After a thorough evaluation with a physician at this Melrose Park clinic, a staff member will perform lab tests to make sure the problem is fungal. Then, after filing your nails, laser nail treatment specialist Dr. Claude Harb will perform the procedure.

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PAID VALUE EXPIRES ON December 9, 2021

PROMOTIONAL VALUE EXPIRES ON March 19, 2017

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    James Medical Building
    1835 North 19th Avenue, Suite 102, Melrose Park, IL 60160

    708-450-0705 | get directions
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    1710 Milwaukee Avenue, Glenview, IL 60025
    708-450-0705 | get directions

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