10 Oct

Four Types of Fox Laser Treatment Available

Laser treatments have advanced quite a bit in the last decade, and the Fox laser is one of the most technologically advanced laser therapies for aesthetics and much more. There are actually four different uses for the Fox laser treatment and four conditions that can be treated. Here’s what you need to know.

Cosmetic Surgery

The Fox laser treatment is one of the preferred methods for minor cosmetic surgery or aesthetics. Everyone is concerned about how they look. The Fox laser treatment can treat vascular and changed skin and unwanted fat pads. It can also help reduce the appearance of lines and wrinkles with skin rejuvenation.

Vascular Treatment

Vein damage, varicose veins, and other vein problems can be unsightly and cause you to cover or hide your legs and other parts of your body. The Fox laser system gives several different possible approaches to treating vascular conditions. These treatments will decrease the size of the vein, decreasing pain and discomfort while improving appearance.

Lipolysis

Fat deposits can accumulate throughout the body, primarily on the abdomen, hips, and buttocks, but also on other parts of your body. These fat deposits can often be resistant to diet and exercise. The Fox laser uses thermal energy to heat up and destroy fat deposits without damaging the surrounding skin or tissues. 

Nail Fungus Treatment

Nails can often look unhealthy due to nail fungus. One of the most effective ways to treat this fungus is with the Fox laser, which can penetrate beneath the nail to target the fungus. This treatment is quick, relatively painless, and will greatly improve the strength and appearance of your nails. It’s suitable for both fingernails and toenails.

If you are interested in one of these applications of our Fox laser treatment, contact us today for more information or to schedule an appointment.

Dr. William W. Adams MD

Plastic Surgeon at Dr. William W. Adams MD
Dr. William Adams is a serious surgeon. After stints in San Francisco, Portland, Oregon and Little Rock, Arkansas, he established his practice in St. Petersburg in 1995. For his internship and residency, he chose the prestigious Columbia Presbyterian Hospital in New York City, in large part because the program allowed him to immediately concentrate on plastic surgery. Find out more about Dr. Adams on Google + and Facebook

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