Orlando Laser Center

Do your nails appear to be yellow, thickened or brittle?

If so you may suffer from onychomycosis, a condition also known as toenail fungus. Until now, the only solutions for toenail fungus were to surgically remove the nail, apply topical treatments, which have poor success rate; or more recently, prescription medications, which have many potentially dangerous side effects.

The Light Age Q-Clear laser treatment can effectively rid your toenails of unsightly toenail fungus in as little as one treatment. The mid-infrared laser wavelength penetrates the nail, eliminating the destructive fungus that causes the infection and revitalizing your nail as it grows out. The procedure is 100% pain-free.

Q-Clear

Why choose the Q-Clear laser treatment?
Q-Clear is an effective, quick treatment that provides results. Light Age the manufacture of the Q-Clear laser is a pioneer in the laser industry.

What should you expect at your first visit?
Your toenails will be cleaned and filed prior to the laser treatment. As each toe is treated with the laser you will feel a mild warming sensation. The laser treatment will take about 20 minutes to treat both feet and is completely pain-free. The physician will discuss post-treatment care to avoid fungal re-infection.

Why choose the Q-Clear laser treatment?
The Q-Clear™ Laser System is a revolution in size, simplicity. Providing the performance expected only from much less versatile, large-box systems. The Best Laser for treatments of patients with fungal nails. Q-Clear is an effective, quick treatment that provides results.This laser is FDA Approved for treatment of toenail fungus. Light Age the manufacture of the Q-Clear laser is a pioneer in the laser industry.

What to Expect
Being well-prepared for your appointment will ensure that the doctor has all of the needed information to provide the best possible care for you. It also will help relieve any unnecessary anxiety you may be feeling. Educate yourself on your symptoms by reviewing the content on this Web site. Also, take some time to review our staff page and familiarize yourself with the doctors. We look forward to your first visit.

Why choose Orlando Foot and Ankle Clinic?
We offer a pain-free, same day procedure and we are available 5 days a week at Our Locations. Your package includes follow-up visits and information from our Doctor about how to take care of your feet in order to avoid the problem reoccurring. Your satisfaction is our highest priority. Dr. Kramer will administer the procedure until the nail fungus is completely cured. Most patients only require one initial treatment and a few follow-up appointments. We also offer flexible payment plans. Our interest-free payment plans are here to help you. Call us today for more information including pricing. 407-423-1234.

B.N. “Biff” Kramer, DPM

Primary Specialty:
Podiatric Medicine of the Foot & Ankle

Degrees: Doctor of Podiatric Medicine
Pre-Medicine
Associates of Arts & Science

Education:
New York College of Podiatric Medicine
Long Island University
University of Florida

Residencies:
Beth Israel Medical Center, New York, NY

Specialty Training:
Advanced Cardiac Life Support
Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation
Pinpoint laser training

Professional Affiliations:
American Podiatric Medical Association
American Academy Of Ambulatory Foot Surgery
(Fellow)
American Academy for Laser Medicine and
Surgery (Fellow)
Florida Podiatric Medical Association
Serenity Home Board of Directors
Florida Board of Podiatry Medical Examiners (Consultant)
State of Florida, Department of Professional Regulation (Consultant)
Physicians Recovery Network (Chair)
National Academies of Practice(Fellow & Outstanding Practitioner)

Honors :
Florida Podiatric Medical
Association, 1982 Podiatrist of the Year
American Podiatric Medical Students Association, 1967 Man of the Year
New York College of Podiatric Medicine, 1967 Alumni Award

Publications:
Florida Footprints, Vol. XXXI, #3 “Histiocytoma”, Vol. XXXII, #2 “Results of Podiatric Screening Examinations for Handicapped
Clients.”
Podiatry Management, Vol. 12, #5, “Doctors Helping Doctors Recover.”