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... Hi Zeboyoureit, It will take some time but it should grow out normal..I had really indented thumbnails from years of picking my cuticles. This summer I went cold turkey and stopped picking and they started growing out nicely but I relapsed and it created another big bump across the nail! But after about a month it has almost grown out and the nail bed underneath is flat :) (1 replies)
... I went further than usual in biting my nails and unfortunately damaged the cuticle. As a result of this, I believe, my thumb nail is dented about halfway up the nail and is overall dented above that halfway point to the tip. ... (1 replies)
... It will probably be okay, but may have sustained permanent damage. The nail may grow in with a dent or a raised area where the damage occurred, but should stay localized to that area. ... (1 replies)

... remaining nail around it. ... (1 replies)
... a careless moment, I applied a little too much pressure and actually cut into it. I tried to remove the piece but ended up causing more damage. Within days, the cuticle seemed to have gotten stuck to the fingernail...eventually, the nail began growing funny...as if the finger nail was skin growing towards a scab...pulling in. ... (0 replies)
Toe nail damage
Jul 5, 2011
... eved the pressure by poking a hole through my nail. Everything seemed to be going okay, until about a month later when I was cleaning my nails the left side and cuticle area of my toe nail disengaged. The right side of my toe nail is still attached. I can see what appears to be a new nail growing in underneath. ... (0 replies)
... unless there is permanent damage from before? ... (0 replies)
... The lunula is the leading edge of the matrix where the nail plate cells are developed. If it were completely gone, no nail would grow. The soft portion under the cuticle are new cells that have not lost their inner material yet, so they are still soft, round and plump. ... (1 replies)
... DO NOT attempt to remove the lifted portion of nail as it is all that is left protecting the underlying delicate tissue of the nail bed. ... (1 replies)
Nail plate
Jan 4, 2009
... The portion of the nail unit that developes the nail plate cells is calle dthe Matrix and is located at the base of the nail under the cuticle area. You can see the leading edge of the Matrix on your thumbs, index finger, some on the ring finger and rarely on the pinky. ... (1 replies)
... My big toe nail was damaged back in August when my son rammed my foot with a RC car going about 30 miles per hour. Shortly after the injury the nail developed a deep purple bruise that is slowly growing out to the tip of the toe. Been about 4 months since the injury and now it has reached the end of the toe. ... (1 replies)
... it can take up to a year for the nail to completely replace itself. ... (1 replies)
Finger nail injury
Oct 14, 2008
... p with plain gauze and tie it onto the finger, or use that elastic tape that sticks to itself to keep it on the finger. Don't cover the area with tape where the nail plate injury is. ... (1 replies)
Fingernail Damage
Jul 17, 2008
... The nail plate rides forward on the nail bed upon a series of rails and grooves, much like a train rides forward on its tracks. ... (4 replies)
Fingernail Damage
Jul 16, 2008
... Usually, when the nail root is removed, a new nail will not grow back because the part that developes the nail plate cells was removed. I'm worried about that piece of gauze!! ... (4 replies)
Fingernail Damage
Jul 15, 2008
... My nail was not growing correctly. It was removed by an orthopedic surgeon 5 weeks ago. He inserted and stitched a piece of gauze under the cuticle. But my nail is not growing back. Will it ever grow? ... (4 replies)
Nail Loss
Mar 14, 2008
... however, you will not know the extent of the damage until a new nail begins to grow. It may grow in damaged permanently or temporarily. ... (1 replies)
... If this isthe problem can the nail ever grow without fungus? ... (5 replies)
... If it is growing in already separated at the cuticle line, then the damage may be in the matrix where the nail plate cells are born and not just related to the nail bed. ... (5 replies)
... It totally depends on the type of damage to the nail or if it has been surgicaly removed. ... (1 replies)


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