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What is Bracenfix Nail Brace

Bracenfix is a non-invasive and effective way to correct ingrown toenails. It is a safe, simple, and inexpensive treatment option that avoids surgery, requires no anaesthetic, requires no recovery period, allows you to wear existing shoes, offers immediate relief from pain, and allows you to practice your daily activities.

How does it work ?

bracenfix provides support to the proximal end of the nail as it grows distally, preventing it from curling and becoming involuted. Additionally, upon curing/hardening, it causes the brace to slightly contract, creating internal tension which further helps to realign the growth of the nail.

Numbers of benefits

1. Minimal Disruption: Our treatment seamlessly integrates into patients’ lifestyles without causing significant disruptions.

2. Easy Application: Application of Bracenfix is simple and nearly pain-free, ensuring a comfortable experience for patients.

3. Rapid Relief: Patients often experience immediate relief and further improvement within just a few days after the initial treatment.
4. No Downtime: There’s no need for downtime or recovery periods after Bracenfix application, allowing patients to resume their daily activities right away.

5. Safety Assurance: Bracenfix is entirely safe for diabetic patients and children, providing peace of mind for both patients and caregivers.

6. Needle-Free Option: For those with a fear of needles, Bracenfix offers a needle-free alternative, eliminating any anxiety associated with traditional treatments.

Increasingly, Bracenfix is becoming the preferred first-line treatment for patients who prefer to avoid surgery, offering effective relief without the need for invasive procedures.

What happens after it’s applied?

Once bracenfix has been applied, you can go back to your regular activities without any changes to your lifestyle.

Can I shower normally?

Yes, bracenfix is completely waterproof.

How long does it take for the pain to improve?

Once bracenfix has been applied, many people experience immediate relief, but most feel a significant reduction in pain after 2-3 days post-treatment and continue to see improvement as their nail grows.

Can I wear nail polish?

It is recommended to use water-based nail polish and acetone-free nail polish. Still, using nail polish remover may weaken the adhesion of the brace.

Is the treatment covered by Private Health Insurance?

Yes, private health insurance can cover the F344 treatment code and you may be eligible for a rebate.

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