Southfield MI's Preferred Pinpoint Laser Treatment Center

Pinpoint Laser Treatment For Toenail Fungus Throughout Southfield With The Foot Docs!

What are the causes of nail fungus, or Onychomycosis?

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Nail infection can start as a result of a family history of susceptibility, increasing age, poor health, nail trauma, warm or moist climates, exposure to infected nails in sports/ fitness and communal bathing areas, and tight shoes.

Nail fungus is a chronic condition that impacts your quality of life and can even lead to serious health problems for patients with diabetes or immune disorders.


  • Yellow streaks in the skin under the nail, or nail bed, and on the underside of the nail
  • Buildup of bits and pieces of skin and nail fragments under the nail
  • Discolored and thickened nail that may separate from the skin under the nail
  • Brittle, broken, and thickened nails
  • White spots or streaks on the nail surface
  • Soft and powdery nail surface, which appear as the infection worsens
  • Damaged, crumbly, and brown or gray nail surface, with no separation of the nail from the underlying skin.

How does it work?

The PinPointe FootLaser kills the fungus that lives in and under the toenail. The laser light passes through the toenail without causing damage to the nail or the surrounding skin. At the time of the procedure, the toenail will not become instantly clear, it takes time to grow out.

How long does the procedure take?

In most cases the procedure can be completed in under an hour

Will the fungus come back?

The fungus is killed after one treatment and typically the provider will recommend care techniques to reduce recurrence of the infection. There is a chance of reinfection because the fungus is present everywhere in the environment.


Meet Our Pinpoint Laser Doctors Serving Southfield


Pinpoint Laser Southfield MI - Foot Docs - ericforemanDr. Foreman attended Temple University School of Podiatric Medicine.
After graduation, he completed a residency program in Podiatric Medicine from Eastern Virginia Medical School. Furthering his education Dr. Foreman completed programs in Podiatric Surgery, as well as, a Fellowship in Diabetic Limb Salvage.
Dr. Foreman is a member of the Michigan Podiatric Medical Association and the American Podiatric Medical Association. He is board certified by the America Board of Podiatric Surgery.
Accomplished in all aspects of Podiatry, Dr. Foreman has a special interest in the diabetic foot, particularly pertaining to preservation of the lower extremity. He also has a special interest in pediatric foot conditions.

When you need pinpoint laser surgery for your foot, there's only one office to contact - The Foot Docs! We can help you remove ugly toenail fungus for good with our Pinpoint Laser Treatment. Contact us with any questions, or to get started and schedule an appointment!