MedArt NeoNailTM


The MedArt NeoNailTM is a diode laser system for treatment of onychomycosis which is a fungal infection of the fingernails or toe nails. Onychomycosis is the most common of all diseases of the nails in adults and men are more commonly infected than women. MedArt experts employed all their knowledge and more than 30 years of experiences to design the portable and accurate NeoNail diode laser system to offer a safe and efficient treatment with the fiber system.



  • Treatment of Onychomycosis:
    • Treatment Areas: Fingernails, Toenails

How it Works:

MedArt developed NeoNail system with the ideal weight of 4.5kg as a compact and user friendly laser product for onychomycosis treatments. MedArt NeoNail system is a 980nm diode laser providing a continuous or pulsed wave laser beam which allows a fast heat increase in the irradiated area, leading to effective heating of tissue. The MedArt NeoNail laser product transmits through an optical fiber system and the power density is maximum 200W/cm2. The NeoNail laser system provides advanced built-in facilities for out-put power verification purpose.

MedArt NeoNail Key Benefits

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  • Compact & Portable
  • Built-in Power Meter
  • QSC – Connection for Optimal Protection of Laser Console
  • No Running Costs
  • Cost Effective
  • Reliable
  • Ergonomic Design
  • No Regular Maintenance Needed
  • Extended Warranty Options
  • Training Courses
  • No Post-op Downtime
  • Minimum Risk of Side Effects
  • Few Treatments Required
  • Fast Treatment
  • Fast Outpatient Procedure
  • Treat all Skin Types

MedArt NeoNailTM


MedArt NeoNail is ergonomically designed for comfort and safety. The red indicator light through fiber, 635nm is provided to ensure maximum control during the procedure. NeoNail with fiber system and hand piece offers a spot size from 2.4 mm. Separate, movable (non-fixed) hand piece holder for safe and convenient storing of optical hand piece. MedArt also created Ouick Safe Connect (QSC) for fiber to minimal risk of having optical damages.