Keryflex Nail Restoration

Damaged or unsightly toenails can be a source of discomfort for many. If you’ve been hesitant to wear open-toed shoes or show your feet in public due to nail concerns, Keryflex could be for you! 

This innovative treatment aims to improve the appearance of affected nails, helping you feel more at ease about your feet.

Keryflex is a non-invasive procedure in which a flexible, durable resin to damaged or unsightly nails. This resin bonds to your natural nail, creating a smooth, natural-looking surface that resembles a healthy nail. The result is an instant improvement in the appearance of your nails, allowing you to wear open-toed shoes or go to the beach with confidence.

The KeryFlex Process:

The KeryFlex Nail Restoration process begins with a thorough cleaning and preparation of the damaged nail area. Once the nail is prepped, an agent is applied to ensure the KeryFlex resin adheres securely to the existing nail. The podiatrist then carefully layers the resin over the damaged nail, shaping and molding it to achieve a natural appearance. Each layer is cured with a UV light, hardening the resin and creating a durable, flexible nail that looks and feels like a natural nail. The entire process is painless and can be completed in a single visit, allowing you to walk out with beautifully restored nails the same day

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Benefits of Keryflex


Curious about Keryflex and how it might work for you?

Our team is available to answer your questions. Reach out to us to discuss whether this nail restoration option could be suitable for your needs or make an appointment.

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Frequently asked questions about Keryflex Nail Restoration

How long does the Keryflex process take?

Is the Keryflex painful?

How long does Keryflex last?

Can I paint my Keryflex nails?

Yes, you can apply regular nail polish / lacquer to Keryflex nails. However, you should avoid using acetone-based nail polish removers.

Is Keryflex safe to use on fungal nails?

Yes, Keryflex can be applied to nails affected by fungus. However, it’s important to treat the underlying fungal infection simultaneously for best results.

Can I get Keryflex if I have diabetes?

In most cases, Keryflex is safe for people with diabetes. However, we recommend a consultation with our podiatrist to ensure it’s appropriate for your specific situation.

Does Keryflex work?

Yes, we wouldn’t offer it if it didn’t! KeryFlex is highly effective in restoring the appearance of damaged nails, providing a natural-looking and durable finish.

How much does Keryflex treatment cost?

The cost of KeryFlex treatment can vary depending on the number of nails requiring restoration. Usually it is able to be completed within a single appointment. It’s best to contact our clinic for accurate pricing.

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