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FAQ

ABOUT CURE EX

Why choose Cure Ex over other treatments?

It is very simple: you should choose cure ex because it is clinically proven, the results are impressive and fast, it is low cost and non-invasive.

 

How long does it take to see results?

Usually you can start see impressive results in the fourth week of treatment.

Treatment time may increase or decrease depending on the severity of the infected nail.

 

Can I treat more than one infected nail in the same device?

Yes! You can and should treat all infected nails with the same device.

The cure ex has a special blue light which known to eliminate bacteria and prevent the fungus from infecting healthy nails.

 

Which Health certificates does the CURE EX carry?

The Cure ex is CE approved and id under FDA registration.

 

Can I combine other fungus treatments with the CURE EX?

You may proceed with any other nail fungus treatment while using the cure ex.

The device will provide impressive and surprising results so it is not necessary to use anything else.

How do I use the cure ex?

Using the device is simple and fast, it is a one button operation device. See the user manual for detailed instructions.

 

How long is a treatment?

Each treatment lasts for 7 minutes. The device stops automatically.

 

How often should I use the CURE EX to get the?

In order to achieve the best results, we recommend using the device 3 times a day (morning, noon and evening).

 

The device makes humming noise - is it normal?

Yes, it is completely normal.

 

The device does not turn ON - what should I do?

Firstly, make sure you connected the device to the charger provided with the kit.

If the device still does not turn on, please contact us or call us at 1-424-244-7546

 

ABOUT NAIL FUNGUS

What Is Toenail Fungus?

Toenail fungus is an infection that gets in through cracks in your nail or cuts in your skin. It can make your toenail change color or get thicker. It can also hurt.

Because toes are often warm and damp, fungus grows well there. Different kinds of fungi and sometimes yeast affect different parts of the nail.

Left untreated, an infection could spread to other toenails, skin, or even your fingernails.

 

What are the Symptoms?

Infected nails are usually thicker than normal and could be warped or oddly shaped. They can break easily. Nails with fungus might look yellow.

Sometimes a white dot shows up on the nail and then gets bigger. When fungus builds up under your nail, it can loosen and even separate the nail from the bed.

The fungus can also spread to the skin around your nail.

 

Who Gets Toenail Fungus?

Men are more likely to get it than women. The older you are, the better your chances are, too.

People who have diabetes, athlete's foot, or a weak immune system, who smoke, or whose family members have it are also at a higher risk.

If you spend a lot of time in the water or you've injured your toenail, your odds for getting toenail fungus go up.

 

Is Nail fungus a dangerous disease?

Fungal nail infections usually are not dangerous in the short term. In fact, the main problem is mostly physical appearance- aesthetic.

In the long run, for some people the fungus may spread and appear on the feet, hands and eventually cause a bacterial infection of the skin.

 

What can be done to reduce nail fungus infection?

It is almost impossible to prevent nail fungus infection but you can follow the following tips: use soap and water to wash your feet, and dry well, including between toes.

Trim your toenails - straight across - to keep them shorter than the end of your toe. Make sure the tools you use are clean, too.

Wash clippers and files with soap and water, then wipe with rubbing alcohol. You might be tempted to cover up discolored nails with polish, but don't.

Your nail bed can't "breathe," which keeps fungus from going away.

 

Know Your Toes

Take a good look at your nail beds and the skin around your toenails regularly, at least once a month. (You might need to use a mirror if it's hard to see your toes)

Watch for changes in color and texture, as well as for cuts or damage. Does anything hurt? If your symptoms don’t improve or get worse, give your doctor a call.

 

Is there a nail fungus medical diagnosis and how it is done?

Yes. Diagnosis of Onychomycosis is done by taking a small sample of the nail and making culture of the fungus. The test can be performed in clinic.

 

Is it possible to treat nail fungus alone?

There are many non- prescription products using in the treatment of onychomycosis, but they are usually not effective, such as ointments, creams and polishes of all kinds.

Also, there are a few of natural treatments which did not show high efficiency in treating onychomycosis.

 

What is the medical treatment for nail fungus?

The most common medical treatment of onychomycosis is taking oral medication on a regular basis and they are given by prescription only.

This treatment is usually considered effective but has many disadvantages and can be even dangerous. Onychomycosis treatment using pills also requires a regular doctor follow-up.

Cure Ex has no side effects, it is painless and effective!

 

How long will the treatment take using pills?

Medicated treatment may between three to six months. Nail grows very slowly so the results to treatment may be seen after several months only.

 

What are the chances that a surgery will be necessary?

The majority of patients do not need surgery to remove the infected nail fungus, since it is a treatable infectious disease.

 

What do I need to know before starting onychomycosis treatment today?

• Treatment period may take a long time (4-6 months) in order to see results.

• There is a chance that the treatment will not work, or for the fungus to return.

 

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