How Does NailEase Work?
NailEase uses a tiny, rigid carbon fiber brace that is applied with a special adhesive to the top of the toenail. Once bonded to the nail, the NailEase brace gently lifts the outer edges of the toenail upward and outward (see before and after photos). This tiny, but surprisingly powerful and long-lasting "spring" not only provides quick relief, but reduces the likelihood of further problems by training the nail to grow in a more flat shape.
Once applied the NailEase brace can be forgotten. The brace does not interfere with normal activities and can be worn with any footwear. Its low-profile design is inconspicuous and can be painted over with common nail polish products so that it is virtually invisible.
How well does NailEase work?
The prestigious Pharmacist's Letter had the following to say about NailEase:
"Finally there's something you can recommend to the thousands of people who suffer from ingrown toenails. NailEase."
James W. Stavosky, DPM and former Chairman of Podiatric Medicine at the California College of Podiatric Medicine, states:
"NailEase gives long-term relief from what can be a painful, difficult problem. In many cases, NailEase allows you to train the nail to prevent the problem from coming back."
Will NailEase work for you?
Individual results vary, depending on the size and shape of the nail and the nail's condition when a NailEase brace is applied. Most customers experience excellent, long-term results from a single application. In clinical tests, NailEase had an 84% success rate. In addition to clinical studies, data has been gathered from literally thousands of health care professionals and customers. NailEase works and works well with over 95% of our customers, with most enjoying immediate relief. (See some of their comments for yourself.) While NailEase gives excellent results on a wide variety of nails such as highly curved nails, nails with ridges, new nails, first time ingrown nails, wide or narrow nails, etc., NailEase works best on nails:
- that have a good bonding surface,
- are smoothly rounded, and
- are of a uniform thickness.
The only nails that NailEase should not be applied to are those that:
- are grossly infected to a point where the bonding surface is compromised, and
- are not securely attached to the nail bed.
We recommend that you apply a NailEase brace at the earliest possible time and that you see a podiatrist before applying a NailEase brace if you have a damaged or diseased nail, diabetes, peripheral vascular disease, or your toe is grossly infected (oozing puss) or highly inflamed. Check our listings for a podiatrist in your area.