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... I suffered some unexplained trauma to the right toenail. ... (1 replies)
... proximal nail fold. ... (9 replies)
... my son trapped his finger in the door. The skin and the root of the nail seems to have been detached but it is still on and not hanging off. my sons age is 5 years. ... (1 replies)

Toe nail ridging
Mar 24, 2008
... could be a lot fo things. Instead of seeing your regular doctor, you might want to consider seeing a Podiatrist. They are trained on nail diseases of the toe nails. ... (3 replies)
Broken toe nail
Mar 10, 2008
... Unless you either ripped out the root of the nail or had it surgically removed, the nail will continue to grow. If it is painful, soak it in cold water for a few days until the pain subsides. ... (1 replies)
... The nail plate rides forward on the nail bed upon a series or rails and grooves much like a train rides forward on its tracks. The rails are on the surface of the nail bed and the grooves are on the underside of the nail plate. When the skin of the nail bed is ripped off, it also rips off the rails. ... (6 replies)
... Unless you ripped out the root of the nail, it will grow back on its own. ... (1 replies)
... i also have a problem with my nail. a few months ago, i had a nail infection in my middle finger and part of my nail was white... so when i was cutting my nails, for some reason i was able to cut under the part i used to have a infection in and not bleed. ... (7 replies)
... After trying to fix many ingrown toenails on my left big toe, the nail has started to grow into a raised bump. ... (2 replies)
... The root of the nail is deeper than you might think. The nail plate probably just came loose from under the cuticle. The matrix would continue to develop nail plate cells unless it had been surgically removed. ... (2 replies)
Ingown toe nail
Jun 28, 2006
... Hey! I would go to a doctor.. if you can go to a specialist, go to a podiatrist. It's not that scary to have them remove it. Depending on the doctor, usually they cut it first, and then if you have repeated problems they go back and kill the root of the nail in the area you are having problems with. ... (1 replies)
... It has been about two years now that i have injured the nail area of both the big toes after wearing shoes that were too tight. ... (4 replies)
... the root of the nail. In this case, the nail will not grow normally again as the matrix now has scar tissue, so the nail plate cells will not be 'normal'. ... (1 replies)
... Unless the nail was ripped out by the root, it will grow back, although it can take 6 months or more to completely replace itself depending on your genetics. DO NOT pick at it. ... (1 replies)
... The root of the nail lies deep behind and under the portion of nail between the cuticle and the first knuckle. The root of the nail is where the nail plate cells are born. ... (6 replies)
... of the nail where the nail plate cells are 'born'. If this is what happened, the nail plate will continue to grow in its current manner. I seriously doubt if removing the nail plate will change the way the cells are formed. ... (4 replies)
... As the root creates new nail plate cells, it should 'push' the damaged portion toward the free edge. It can take up to 6 months for the nail to completely replace itself in this manner. ... (4 replies)
... I have the nail of my thumb broken in two parts after accident. In the accident i broken my thumb at the root of the nail. After this the nail grows in two parts one over the other. ... (4 replies)
... injure the nail bed which can cause bleeding or bruising. If the doctor only plans to remove the portion of nail plate that has separated, then I suggest you go ahead and do it. ... (1 replies)
... Those cells would only produce something that looked and felt like ahrd skin in place of the nail plate, so the finger tip would end up looking like the pad of the finger. ... (7 replies)

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