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... Black under the nail can be a bruise or a fungal infection. If fungal, nail will usually be thick, ridged or bumpy and sometimes have lots of debris underneath. I would leave the artificial nail off, keep toes dry, trim off any length as it grows, and use of the antifungal is fine. ... (2 replies)
... i've had issues with my left big toenail for about the last 9 years when i dropped a large heavy box on my toe and the nail was damaged. ... (3 replies)
... Wash the instruments and files in warm soapy water and scrub with a soft toothbrush to remove all traces of debris and nail dust. Rinse really well and totally immerse in a Quaternium solution of 1 part clorox to 10 parts water for a full 10 minutes. ... (1 replies)

... Fungus is characterized by a yellowish discoloration, apparent nail plate separation and thickening with apparent debris in the area of separation. ... (2 replies)
... Not sure if it is an infection or fungus. There was no debris under the nail or nasty smell. The nail is always a different shape to the rest, more curled over than flat. ... (2 replies)
... A yellow discoloration with apparent debris inthe area of separation is classic for a fungal infection. If this is the case, you should see your podiatrist for a preoper diagnosis. ... (1 replies)
... Nail fungus us characterized by nail plate thickening, separation, yellowing and apparent thick, wet debris under the nail plate. ... (1 replies)
... Onycholysis. This term is used regardless of the cause of the separation. Fungus is characterized by nail plate yellowing, thickening, separation and apparent debris in the area of separation. It begins at the free edge and slowly progresses back toward the cuticle area. ... (1 replies)
... I've been treating toenail fungus with Vicks Vapo Rub for about 7 months on my right big toe. ... (2 replies)
... help to soften the nail so you can cut away the portion that is catching on things. After you cut it off, file it to make it as smooth as possible. Scrape any debris from the area of separation to keep it as clean as possible. ... (1 replies)
Toenail loss
Jan 2, 2008
... True fungus is characterized by nail plate separation, thickening, yellowing and apparent debris in the area of separation. Once the infection has eaten away the seal that binds the nail plate to the nail bed, you can lose the entire visible nail plate. ... (1 replies)
Toenail fungus
Jan 1, 2008
... You were right to trim away as much of the lifted portion as you could. Keep it clean by being sure ny apparent debris is removed from underneath the remaining portion of nail - if there is any free edge. You can get any number of over-the-counter treatments for nail fungus. Apply twice a day! Never miss an application! It can take upwards of a full year of treatment to... (1 replies)
... Fungal infection is characterized by nail plate thickening, yellowing, crumbling and apparent debris in the area of separation. Thespores live deep within the soft tissues of the nail bed as well as in the many layers of nail plate. ... (1 replies)
... As for the white spot, Fungus in the nail is usually characterized by a yellowish discoloration, nail plate thickening, separation from the nail bed and apparent debris in the area of separation. It's possible, so you might want to treat it with Dr. ... (1 replies)
... nail plate thickening, yellowing and nail plate separation from the nail bed with apparent debris in the area of separation. ... (1 replies)
... Simply keep the nails clean and dry and apply the medication of your choice at least twice daily. Only IF there is a free edge visible is there an area to clean debris from underneath. No free edge, and there is no place for the debris to collect. ... (42 replies)
... I haven't seen any improvements yet :( i know I need to give it more time but I have a question for you again Marti (sorry to be a nuisance!) Anyway I have been soaking my nails in salt to try and remove the debris from under the nails like you adviced on another thread, the problem is that it is so hard to clean it out because I have filed my nails down so much that it... (42 replies)
... even under the lifted portion of the nail plate. Once all the debris is cleaned out from under the lifted portion it is easier for you to see how much of the nail plate you can cut or file away. ... (1 replies)
... am washing my feet and applying the Reclear AF twice daily. My nails look even worse, since they have turned white where the fungus is. I'm hoping this is dead debris from the fungus, and the medication is working. I can't ever imagine the nails growing in clear, but we'll see in a few months. ... (42 replies)
Yellow toenail
May 23, 2007
... Apparent 'yellowish' debris in the area of separation. ... (6 replies)




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