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... of the nail remained the same color. Although the nail grew in length, it remained that color. ... (0 replies)
... weeks isn't eough time for the matrix to produce enough new cells to see them, much less feel them. Please do not apply pressure from ANY source in this area as you can do further damage. ... (1 replies)
... DO NOT continue to apply or wear the bandaids. Bandaids will trap and hold moisture, leaving the new emerging nail plate in an even more softened condition. ... (1 replies)

... only the underlying bone. The matrix can be in a state of 'faint' for a long time before it heals to the point of being able to produce new nail plate cells. This can take anywhere from 6 months to a year. Depending on the extent of damage to the matrix, the nail plate may never be 'normal' again. ... (7 replies)
... Great. I have a feeling I am going to lose it. I can see underneath the nail. There is a reddish spot at the matrix (can't tell if it's a bruise (not tender)). I don't know what that is. Guess I'll wait and see what the Dr. says Wednesday. Thanks for the help. Amy (19 replies)
... It is now slightly more than 4 months since the accident. It was a very good idea to have the toe nail removed, as leaving it in place would have impeded growth, as well as been painful when wearing shoes. ... (2 replies)
... I went to doctor and he told me that my nail is " fainted ". He just gave me some antimicotic cream and antibiotics, to prevent infection. He didn't tell me anything more. ... (7 replies)
... Once the matrix is damaged in this manner, it will not develop proper healthy nail plate cells. I am afraid that the damage may be permanent. The matrix is where the nail plate cells are developed and damage such as this can prevent proper development. ... (2 replies)
... The nail will not fall off! It will have to grow off. Underneath the cuticle is the matrix where the nail plate cells are 'born'. As the matrix developes new cells, it will push the damaged portion toward the free edge and eventually off the distal edge. ... (4 replies)
... So, I guess kickboxing is out of the question for a while? ... (19 replies)
... possibly permanent. If you continue to damage the nail through exercise, the nail may never grow forward firmly attached to the nail bed, so in that case, your doctor would be right. If you switch to a different type of exercise until the nai complately heals, it should be fine. ... (19 replies)
... If the Matrix of the nail was damaged, it will form ridges and bumps and the nail plate will respond in the same manner since it grows according to the way it is developed. If the damage is on the part of the nail bed you can see, the same will hold true. Once damaged in this manner, they will always be this way. ... (1 replies)
... A few years ago, a book shelf fell on both of my big toes. One nail was treated and removed while the other wasn't treated and just fell off. The nails have grown back much thicker than normal and I've gotten used to it. ... (0 replies)
... they only serve to keep the skin and nail wet, and that isn't what it needs. The reason you could clip off teh nail plate is because whenever there is an infection between the nail plate and the nail bed, it always causes the nail plate to lift. ... (2 replies)
Damaged nail bed
Mar 5, 2014
... Hi. Question. Now my big toe nail was removed surgically. The nail matrix at the bottom was left intact but a bit of the nail bed from the top was removed. It has nearly been 2 years now, only a bit of hard skin is growing at the bottom. Will my nail ever grow back? ... (0 replies)
... The matrix is the portion of the nail that forms the cells that create the nail plate itself. When the matrix is damaged, the nail will grow irregular, usually following the condition of the original damage. ... (2 replies)
... behind the cuticle, or had the nail ripped completely off with a lot of damage between the cuticle and the knuckle. The 'root' lies much deeper than one may think. ... (7 replies)
... he blood and dipped my finger in alcohol and then put a band aid on it.. After a few days I tried using a medical ointment for wounds and cuts, unfortunately the nail bed below become infected so much that it was popping out of the hole like a pimple. Since that didn't help, I went to the hospital. ... (1 replies)
... I would have no idea how much this would cost. The matrix is the portion of the nail unit that developes the nail plate cells. ... (6 replies)
Damaged nail bed
May 10, 2009
... The nail bed does not grow, it is a permanent fixture just like your regular skin. The only way the nail plate will not grow is if you had the root permanently and surgically removed. ... (1 replies)




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