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The Move

The Move

We are so excited to announce that the big move to the east side is coming soon…and we do mean BIG! You west sider’s know how small our clinical room is. That is about to change in a BIG way. We are going from 1 small closet of a room to 4 BIG treatment rooms, a lobby with reception, and a retail sales area. Ohhhh, the space!

Moving to a larger clinic also means new equipment and an increase in the number of services we provide. Going from one laser to three lasers is a big deal. We have more options for laser tattoo removal, nail fungus treatment and skin rejuvenation…and we are adding laser hair removal, massage therapy, facials and waxing to our growing list of treatment options.

We can’t help but be excited about our growth and I want to share the joy! We will be announcing door buster specials as we get closer to the grand opening. Stay tuned, the best is yet to come!

Author Info

Dr. Dave Williams

Spa915 is El Paso's #1 choice for laser tattoo removal, laser hair removal, skin rejuvenation and the "Nail Fungus Cure." Spa915 was nominated for "Best of the Best" by What's Up magazine and "Best Spa in El Paso" by the City Magazine. Visit www.spa915.com to learn more about what we have to offer.

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  • Ruby garcia

    What is the cost for toe nail fungus?

    • Thanks for the question Ruby. Laser treatment for nail fungus costs $50 per toenail, per session. Currently, there is no insurance that covers this treatment. It usually takes 2-3 sessions to get rid of the fungus and the visits are spaced 2 months apart. If you have any other questions, feel free to call us at (915) 491-6346. Have a great day.

  • Cipriana valtierra

    What is the guarantee for fungus not coming back?

    • Fungus lives on your skin and constantly wants to find a place where it is protected so it can continue to grow. Nails are perfect for fungus. Once the fungus gets under the nail (where it’s warm, dark and has a roof over its head) it can grow quickly. So the plan on our end is to kill the fungus and work hard to keep it from re-invading the nail. That means using an anti-fungal cream on the skin around the nail, using a ultra-violet light to kill the fungus that lives in your shoes, changing socks a couple of times a day if your feet are sweaty, and alternating the shoes you wear. While there is no guarantee the fungus will be gone forever, these tips are the best defense at keeping fungus at bay and limiting how bad it gets if it returns.

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