Noveon Nail Laser – The only laser for the treatment of fungal nail infection with 7 years of published peer-review and clinical studies.
Over the last decade thousands of patients have been Nail Lasered in the full knowledge that Noveon Nail Laser is safe and effective. We actively encourage patients to seek reassurance on the efficacy of laser treatments prior to taking the first step towards infection free toenails.
Noveon Nail Laser is the only treatment anywhere in the world, which has been peer-reviewed and published an unprecedented three times in the Journal of the American Podiatric Medical Association
The Journal of the American Podiatric Medical Association (JAPMA) has published Noveon Nail Laser clinical studies on three separate occasions.
Demonstrating our further commitment to world leading safety and quality, a seven-year retrospective analysis of all available Noveon data is now available in a prominent peer-reviewed European Microbiology Journal.
Please review these papers at your leisure prior to deciding which laser treatment is the safest and best for freedom from fungal nail infection.
Noveon Nail Laser is an FDA-cleared medical device which exceeds global engineering standards as demonstrated by its CE Mark certification. It is backed by innovative research and extensive human clinical data supported by several US and international patents.
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> Landsman AS, Robbins AH. Treatment of mild, moderate, and severe onychomycosis using 870- and 930-nm light exposure; some follow-up observations at 270 days. J Am Podiatr Med Assoc. 2012;102(2):169-171.
> Landsman, A. et al. (2010) Treatment of Mild, Moderate and Severe Onychomycosis Using 870nm and 930nm Light Exposure. Journal of the American Podiatric Medical Association • Vol 100 • No 3 • May/June 2010
> Bornstein E., and Gridley S. , Antifungal synergy produced in Candida albicans with 870nm/930nm Near Infrared Photo-damage, 9th International Mycological, Congress, Future strategies for the control of fungal diseases, Edinburgh Uk. Aug 1-6 2010