Laser Surgery for Podiatry

Laser Surgery

Our state of the art laser is used to treat plantar warts, deformed and ingrown toenails and fungal nails.  In treating warts there is less scarring and faster healing time.  Moles and other skin lesions can also be removed more effectively.


From ingrown toenails and fungus to warts and foot pain, Dr Maurice Levy treats a variety of conditions. Problems with your feet can lead to pain, immobility and severe infections.  Laser treatment is a quick, minimally-invasive procedure capable of treating a multitude of foot-related ailments.


Laser Podiatry Treatments


Laser podiatry treatment can be used effectively to treat a variety of conditions.



Laser Treatment for Warts-Laser treatment is safe and effective in the reduction and removal of warts, particularly for patients who have not experienced positive results from topical treatments.


Ingrown toenails- An ingrown toenail can be removed with the help of laser podiatry treatment. Though trimming the nail can temporarily relieve pain, a reoccurring ingrown toenail can be removed at the root with laser treatment.


Fungus- Fungal conditions of the foot may be treated with topical medicine, laser treatment or a combination of the two.

Though non-invasive treatment options are available, laser treatment provides many patients with relief for a variety of conditions.


If you are experiencing warts, ingrown toenails or fungus we are here to discuss the availability of laser treatment methods  and will determine if the treatment is right for you.


Benefits of Laser Podiatry Treatment


Local anesthesia- Laser treatments often only require local anesthesia, as opposed to general, and require less recovery time.


Less pain- Laser techniques can reduce the amount of pain the patient experiences while healing.


Minimal discomfort and scarring- When reviewing treatment options  patients look for procedures with minimal side effects, including pain and post-procedure scarring. Compared to alternative methods, laser treatment results in minimal scarring and discomfort.


Precise treatment.  Specifically target the affected area and gain precise control over the procedure. Unlike topical treatments, laser techniques enable podiatrists to treat foot conditions at the point of origin.


Dr. Levy conducts a comprehensive diagnostic exam to ensure Laser Treatment is right for your specific situation.



Contact Information

Phone:  215-675-1575


Address: 1210 Old York Rd Suite 103 Warminster PA 18974

Office Hours

Monday:  1:00pm - 6:30pm


Tuesday:  9:30am - 12:30pm


Thursday:  9:30am - 1:30pm


Friday:  9:30am - 5:00pm

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