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Clear Nails Plus

by Reta Masten (2020-04-29)

The last two categories of inserts are notably Clear Nails Plus Review different than the preceding inserts. Both prescription orthotics and diabetic inserts provide high level support and protection for diabetic feet, in ways store-bought inserts cannot provide. Diabetic inserts are used to reduce pressure and shearing to fragile areas of a diabetic's feet by surrounding the bottom of the foot with a special deforming foam called plastizote. This advanced material has heat-molding properties that allows for a matching of the foot contours by either being pre-heated and stepped on to provide an initial foot molding, or by the continuous presence of body heat when worn which will shape the insert like the foot. Diabetics with neuropathy (of which many diabetics suffer), diabetics with prominent bones, and diabetics with calluses or a history of foot wounds benefit greatly from these highly specialized inserts. Traditionally, these inserts contain one to three layers of plastizote, with each layer having different density.