KeryFlex Nail Restoration For Damaged Toenails

The perfect solution for unsightly, damaged or fungal toenails

KeryFlex Nail Restoration For Damaged Toenails

The perfect solution for unsightly, damaged or fungal toenails

For many people, having unsightly or damaged toenails can be a source of embarrassment and discomfort. Whether it’s due to a fungal infection, injury, or simply aging, damaged toenails can be difficult to treat and can negatively impact your quality of life. Fortunately, our podiatrists in Sydney CBD offer a cutting-edge solution for damaged toenails – KeryFlex Nail Restoration.

What is KeryFlex Nail Restoration?

KeryFlex Nail Restoration is a flexible and durable artificial nail system that is applied directly to the damaged nail. It is made from a unique resin that is molded to the shape of the existing nail and then cured under a special light. The result is a natural-looking, strong and flexible artificial nail that provides a protective barrier for the damaged nail.

KeryFLex Nail Restoration, Damaged toenails, ugly toenails, podiatrist near me, podiatrist Sydney

Benefits of KeryFlex Nail Restoration

KeryFlex Nail Restoration offers several benefits over traditional treatments for damaged toenails. Firstly, it is a non-invasive procedure that is quick and easy to apply. It requires no down time, so you can return to your daily activities immediately after the procedure. Secondly, the artificial nails look natural and can be painted to match the color of your existing nails. They are also strong and durable, providing a long-lasting solution for damaged toenails.

Why Choose Our Experienced Podiatrists in Sydney CBD?

At Bespoke Health and Performance, our podiatry clinic in Sydney CBD, we have highly experienced and qualified podiatrists who are dedicated to providing the best possible care for your feet. Our podiatrists have a deep understanding of the anatomy and function of the feet, and are trained to diagnose and treat a wide range of foot and nail conditions. When it comes to KeryFlex Nail Restoration, our podiatrists have the skills and experience needed to ensure that the procedure is performed correctly and that the artificial nails are of the highest quality.

If you are suffering from damaged toenails, KeryFlex Nail Restoration may be the solution you are looking for. Our experienced podiatrists in Sydney CBD are available to answer any questions you may have and to help you determine if KeryFlex Nail Restoration is right for you. To book your appointment, simply contact us today and take the first step towards restoring the appearance and health of your toenails.


No, if a toenail is completely absent, KeryFlex may not be the best option as it requires a small amount of natural nail to attach to. However, KeryFlex can be applied to a partially damaged toenail or a toenail that is partially present. If you are unsure whether you have an adequate amount of toenail, organise a consutation with one of our experienced podiatrists

KeryFlex can treat a variety of conditions, including fungal toenails, toenail trauma, brittle nails, discolored nails, and other nail abnormalities.

No, KeryFlex is not painful to apply. The procedure is non-invasive and painless.

KeryFlex can last up to 2-3 months before requiring touch-up or replacement. However, times can vary depending on the amount of nail present for the initial bonding.

Yes, KeryFlex is safe when applied by a licensed podiatrist.

Related Conditions

Achilles Tendonitis

Achilles Tendonitis

The Achilles tendon connects the calf muscle to the heel bone and is subject to repetitive stress. When the calf contracts, it pulls the heel up, and this movement allows us to push off our toes when we run, walk, or jump. Over time this can lead to inflammation, micro-tears, and tendonitis. The tendonitis can be located at the insertion point where the Achilles connects to the heel bone, in the middle of the tendon, or higher up where the tendon attaches to the calf muscle.

Learn more →

Jumpers Knee

Jumper’s knee

Patellar Tendonitis also known as Jumper’s knee is an inflammation or injury of the patellar tendon felt as pain, tenderness and functional deficit. This condition may interfere with or even end your patient’s sporting career regardless the age and is difficult to treat. Shockwave therapy offers a simple and immediate solution. The patient feels relief right after the first session and in several treatments the cause and the pain vanish.

Learn more →

Related Articles

What is Runners knee | How do you fix runners knee pain

A Quick Tip For “Runners Knee” – Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome

Patellofemoral pain syndrome is a common cause of anterior knee pain that often occurs while performing sports that involve a lot of running or jumping activities. However, it can also occur when simply walking up/down stairs or squatting (activities that result in increased loads going through the knee).

Read more

Cracked heels or running shoes causing pain | How to fix pain from cracked heels and running shoes

Hard Skin or Shoes Causing Pain? The Solution is Simple!​

As the weather cools down, we start to see a big change in footwear which can result in pain. Change of footwear sees an increase in painful corns and callous, it isn’t always your shoes need changing, sometimes it’s just a little TLC for your feet.

Read more →