New nail in under 45 minutes!

How the Painless KeryFlex Process Works

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The affected nail is first cleaned and prepared by removing any debris or loose material from the surface.

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Synthetic Resin Applied

The KeryFlex resin is then applied to the surface of the nail using a brush, and is molded to the shape of the natural nail.

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Curing with UV light

The resin is then cured with a special UV light, which hardens the material and creates a durable and flexible coating.

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Perfect Looking Nail

 Once the resin is cured, it is filed and buffed to create a smooth and natural-looking finish. It can also be painted with regular nail polish if desired.


Do you have one or more damaged toenails that are discolored, cracked, or otherwise unattractive?
Are you feeling self-conscious or embarrassed about the appearance of your toenails?
Do you avoid revealing your feet or wearing sandals or open-toed shoes?
Do any of the above apply to you but you are very wary of nail salons?


Your Podiatrist can apply KeryFlex in a safe, hygienic clinical environment.
Following the KeryFlex process, your toenail will appear smooth, shiny, and natural-looking.
The damaged or discolored areas are covered with a durable, flexible resin material that blends seamlessly with your surrounding nails.
You can also apply nail polish and happily show your great looking toes to the world!

Why you should get KeryFlex


KeryFlex is a cosmetic nail restoration system that is used to improve the appearance of damaged or discolored toenails.

KeryFlex works by applying a special resin material to the surface of the damaged nail, which is then cured with a UV light to create a durable and flexible coating that looks and feels like a normal nail.

Yes, KeryFlex is considered safe and has been approved by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA). It is a non-invasive cosmetic procedure performed by your Podiatrist in a hygienic, clinical setting. The KeryFlex procedure does not require anesthesia or surgery.

KeryFlex is designed for individuals with toenail damage,  discoloration,  trauma, or other conditions that affect the appearance of the nails.

A KeryFlex procedure typically takes about 30-45 minutes to complete, depending on the severity of the nail damage and the number of nails being treated. Your Podiatrist will use KeryFlex in conjunction with a general assesment and treatment of your feet.

KeryFlex can last for several months, depending on the rate of nail growth and the amount of wear and tear on the nails. Touch-up treatments may be needed every 6-8 weeks to maintain the appearance of the nails.


Yes, KeryFlex can be used with other nail treatments, such as antifungal medications or laser therapy, to improve the appearance of your nails.  Your Podiatrist will assess your condition and recommend what can be done to enhance your overall foot health.