Keryflex can also be used short term for special occasions or holidays.
Keryflex is also a hygienic solution. Your podiatrist has been trained to apply Keryflex within a health clinic setting using sterile equipment. It is painless and quick, with most applications done in just 20 to 30 minutes. The new nail is not damaged by soaps, detergents, acetone or nail polish – which means you can paint your nails after the Keryflex has been applied.
To be eligible to have Keryflex applied you need to have at least 15% of the nail intact so the res in has something to bond to. If you have an active fungal infection, recommend chatting with your podiatrist about your treatment options before application.
As with most treatments, there are some contraindications. Some of these include peripheral arterial disease, peripheral neuropathy, ingrown nails, pigmented lesions and allergies or sensitivities to any of the Keryflex ingredients. It is also not recommended for women who are pregnant or breastfeeding.
If you are interested in using Keryflex, book an assessment appointment with your podiatrist to discuss whether it is a suitable solution for you.