Anti-Fungal Nail Polish Sold In Our Office!

With summer fast approaching, we know it’s common for people to break out the sandals and start using nail polish to cover up their fungal nails. Since nail polish is acrylic, it seals in moisture and creates a breeding ground for fungus to live and propagate beneath the nails. In our office, we sell anti-fungal nail polishes that were created by a Podiatrist and completely free of any damaging chemicals! If you have fungal nails, it’s important to make an appointment with a podiatrist first to obtain a proper plan of treatment, but while you’re here, you can also check out all the colors we have in stock for the summer! 

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Associated Podiatrists PC

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