The Office of Dr. Ingie El-Khashab

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Q-Clear™ Nd: YAG laser system

Advanced Laser Technology For Precise And Gentle Care

The Q-ClearTM Nd: YAG laser system offers patients safe, gentle, and highly effective treatment for fungal nails, warts, and other skin conditions affecting the feet. Reflecting the latest technological advancements in laser therapy, the Q- Clear laser system is FDA approved for multiple applications in podiatry.

No discomfort and no side effects

For the treatment of toenail fungus, the Q-Clear Nd: YAG laser system has been clinically demonstrated to achieve greater toenail clearance without the side effects associated with systemic medications or the discomfort that characterized previous methods of care.

Targets only the diseased and damaged tissue

Exclusively targeting only the infected and damaged areas, this advanced and compact laser system irradiates only diseased tissue with no effect on healthy tissue. As the Q-Clear laser emits high-energy pulses of light, it effectively weakens and kills the parasitic fungi responsible for the infection. After treatment, new nail growth will appear clearer.

Warts are resolved in an equally quick and comfortable manner without anesthesia or the need to remove any extra tissue.

No downtime means you can resume your normal activities right away.

Treatment with the Q-Clear laser system is performed as an in-office procedure, and takes anywhere from 10 minutes to half an hour. Sometimes one visit is enough. However, we’ll let you know if you require any additional appointments. While most patients report a slight warming sensation, treatment is quite easy to tolerate, and you can typically resume your normal activities right after your visit.



Office Hours

Monday:
8:30am - 5:00pm
Tuesday
8:30am - 5:00pm
Wednesday:
8:30am - 5:00pm
Thursday:
8:30am - 5:00pm
Friday:
8:30am - 4:00pm
Saturday:
Closed
Sunday:
Closed