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How to Restore Your Damaged Toenails with KeryFlex

How to Restore Your Damaged Toenails with KeryFlex

Damaged toenails are often a big problem for those who have it. Not only does damaged toenails look unpleasant, but it can also affect the way you walk and move. And if the nail damage is severe enough, it can even prevent your nail from fully growing back again.

In the past, those who suffer from damaged nails had little choice but to live with a deformed or fully broken nail. But nail treatments have come a long way since then, and we now have a variety of practical solutions for restoring them.

Perhaps the best of these modern treatments is the KeryFlex Nail Restoration System, a simple yet effective nail treatment that can restore the look and feel of your damaged toenail in just one session.

KeryFlex is a professional nail restoration system that uses a medical grade composite resin to replace lost parts of your nail. Once this resin is applied and cured, you’ll notice the cosmetic improvement on your toes immediately. KeryFlex looks and feels like natural nail, so you can walk and move more confidently, even after just one session.

 

What Makes Keryflex Perfect for Nail Restoration?

Natural look

KeryFlex looks like natural nail, making it an excellent replacement for nail parts that are damaged or broken off. In most cases, you won’t even be able to tell that it’s artificial.

On top of that, KeryFlex is available in three different finishes: clear, natural, and opaque colour, giving you different options for finding the finish that best matches your nails.

Non-porous

KeryFlex uses a special sealant and sealing process to make your new nail non-porous and non-permeable. This prevents water or moisture from seeping inside, preventing the growth of bacteria as your nail

Behaves like real toenails

KeryFlex-restored nails don’t just look like real toenails, they act like them too. Unlike acrylic nails (which is known to be rigid), KeryFlex allows your reinforced nail to bend naturally with the movement of your toes and feet.

This makes them less likely to break or chip off while giving you the freedom your toes and feet freely.

Durable

KeryFlex is designed to be durable and resistant to common toenail embellishments. It can withstand acetone, nail polish or detergent, letting you use these cosmetic enhancements without worrying about damaging your nails.

Applies and works fast

Forget undergoing multiple intensive treatments just to get your nail looking like new again. KeryFlex restoration can be completed in as little as 30 minutes for minor damage, and you’ll see cosmetic improvements immediately after your session.

In many cases, one treatment is all that’s needed to restore the look of damaged nails.

 

How Does It Work?

KeryFlex works by applying a special composite resin onto your nail, using a special UV light to harden it and bond it with your natural nail. Once it’s applied and cured, our podiatrist will then smoothen and shape it to match your other toenails and make it look more natural.

Three main materials are used:

  • KeryFlex Bonding Agent – used to bond the resin to your natural nail
  • KeryFlex Resin – a medical-grade gel that serves as your nail substitute
  • KeryFlex Sealant – used to seal the resin and make it non-porous

The application process is simple and straightforward, making it easier for you to get reliable and natural-looking nail replacements for your damaged toenails.

 

Interested in KeryFlex Nail Restoration?

If you’re looking for a quick but effective way to restore your damaged toenail, KeryFlex should undoubtedly be at the top of your list. It acts fast, applies easily, and works immediately – just what you want when you need to restore your nails quickly.

Mint Foot Care is a qualified provider of KeryFlex Nail Restoration, so you’ll always have a reliable way to restore your damaged toenails if you need it. Book an appointment with us to get started. You can also contact us if you need any other information about the KeryFlex Nail Restoration treatment.

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