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Summer Sandal Time Is Here! Beautify Your Damaged Toenails At Your Podiatrist's Office

Summer is here and now people with damaged or missing toenails can wear sandals without shame. The Just For Toenails Prosthetic Nail System can be applied in podiatry offices to beautify your toenails for summer fun.

Chattanooga, TN (PRWEB) April 27, 2010 -- Patients who have ugly toenails no longer have to hide their toes inside hot, enclosed shoes during the summer. Prosthetic toenails are here from Just For Toenails Prosthetic Nail System, Chattanooga, TN, and replace ‘ugly’ with ‘beautiful’ in one visit. Now, people that have suffered embarrassment from the appearance of their toenails for years are enjoying their new, beautiful nails. The Just For Toenails Prosthetic Nail System can be applied to a partial nail or to a toe with no nail in a podiatry office and produces a beautiful appearance for pleased patients.

This new process is being welcomed by the podiatrists who are eager to have patients happy when they leave their offices, and to have a service that will attract new patients. Eager podiatrists can now offer a normal appearance to their toenail-shy patients.

These aesthetic services are not covered by insurance, but patients are literally flying in from other cities for Dr. Robert Spalding, a practicing podiatrist in Chattanooga, TN, and the developer of the Just For Toenails Prosthetic Toenail System process to apply prosthetic toenails. They want them applied to one or more of their toes so they can wear open-toe shoes again! “One lady flew here from Chicago to have one applied and will be back for maintenance because she can’t find a podiatrist hear to her that does the process,” he says. “Another ran in as she was going to the airport to go to a wedding out of town. I have many stories of people coming to Chattanooga because they’ve heard I am making damaged toes look good again. It’s amazing how happy people are with something so simple,” he adds.

These podiatrists are also hiring Nail Technicians that are trained to perform pedicures on their patients. Medical Nail Technicians (MNT) are specially trained to work in a podiatry office to perform safe cosmetic pedicures. “Many of our patients have chronic conditions and cannot take a chance on having services performed without perfect infection control,” says Spalding. “Our nail technicians are trained to perform safe, though relaxing and beautifying pedicures on our patients.”

Call your podiatrist to see if he is offering this service; if not, send him or her to or tell him or her to call 863-635-1224.

The Just For Toenails Prosthetic Toenail System is a Chattanooga, TN, company. For information, contact Janet McCormick, 863-635-1224 or 863-273-9134.

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