Prosthetic Toe Nail Restoration

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As the beauty industry’s most progressive light-curing one component pedicure resin, Barefoot is a means to restore the toenail partially or completely while providing an attractive cosmetic result. 

1Our feet carry us around all of our lives, day in, day out, patiently and dutifully. They have to tolerate the everyday stress of standing too long, wearing tight shoes, having insufficient airing and exposure to too much moisture. Our feet deserve better. Our feet should be well cared for, beautiful and seen by all! Introducing Barefoot by LCN, a true breakthrough in cosmetic toenail correction made possible by the development of modern corrective materials. Barefoot is highly effective for the treatment of partially missing toenails Barefoot can be used to match any nail type and provide coverage for even the most unsightly nails. Due to the flexibility of Barefoot the product adjusts to the movements of the nails and feet,thus feeling completely comfortable and natural. Available in four shades: clear, pink, opak, or pastel; and two camouflage.

 

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Click through the images below to learn more about the process of Cosmetic Nail Restoration using Prosthetics.

The client seen in these photos was referred by a podiatrist with written permission and a directive concerning receiving a prosthetic nail. The directive/permission is kept on file and each visit is documented in detail. If there are changes from normal in the client’s skin/nails the client is referred back to the physician and the changes are communicated in a call or fax.

Cosmetic nails without former pathologies do not require permission from a podiatrist/physician.
All formerly pathologic nails require a referral from a podiatrist or physician with written permission and a directive concerning the receipt of a prosthetic nail. The existing nail must be stated as non-pathogenic by the referring podiatrist/physician to receive the nail. A ‘before’ picture is taken and kept on file with referrals/directives from the referring physician/podiatrist with documentation in detail of visits. With any change from normal in the client’s skin and/or nails the client is referred back to and a call is made to the podiatrist/physician by the MNT concerning the visual changes.