30 10 / 2019

Treatments for Toenail Fungus

By |2019-10-30T17:19:26-07:00October 30th, 2019|

Fungal Nail Infections can be very difficult to treat. When you consult with a podiatrist - foot doctor, he or she will diagnose your condition. In some cases, nail clippings or debris from under your nail will be sent to a lab to identify the type of fungus affecting it. Most of the time, nail [...]

28 10 / 2019

Toenail Fungus Prevention

By |2019-10-28T16:33:01-07:00October 28th, 2019|

Toenail fungus makes your nails look yellow, thick, and deformed. It would be embarrassing to wear open toed footwear such as sandals or flip flops. It can also get uncomfortable when you wear shoes. The infection can go unnoticed when it starts and can be difficult to treat as it gets worse. It is in [...]

25 10 / 2019

Toenail Fungus Risk Factors

By |2019-10-25T15:52:03-07:00October 25th, 2019|

Some people are at a greater risk of getting toenail fungus than others. Some factors that play a role in developing toenail fungus are age, gender, genetics, overall health, as well as simple everyday habits. Here is a list of Toenail Fungus Risk Factors: Genetics - Toenail fungus is not a hereditary condition, but some [...]

24 10 / 2019

Things You Should Know About Toenail Fungus

By |2019-10-24T16:55:30-07:00October 24th, 2019|

A nail fungal infection, medically known as Onychomycosis, is one of the most common foot or nail conditions. About 3 to 12% of the population is affected by it. It often occurs in the big toenails, and is less commonly seen on the fingernails.  Toenail fungus tends to stay local. Fungus, generally, can spread easily [...]