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... For as long as I can remember I have had my pinky toe nail grow upwards, like towards the sky. ... (1 replies)
... As far as taking more time to heal, that's possible depending on her age and overall physical condition. ... (3 replies)
... Ethyl cyanoacrylate is the chemical that is used to make all instant glues that cure on contact with air, such as Super Glue and most nail glues. Polyethylmethacrylate, or PEMA, is a polymerized ethyl methacrylate monomer. ... (2 replies)

... will penetrate the surface of the natural nail, as well as the surface of the overlay and thereby keep the molecules flexible. ... (2 replies)
... gel and the glue on tips that are then covered with acrylic or gel. My son is 21 now so we are speaking about 22 or 23 years ago. Anyway that is where I am at as far as my knowledge about these techniques. ... (2 replies)
... I like Nail Envy but it is so expensive. Is there any other nail strengthener that works as well but is less expensive? ... (1 replies)
... hi i have a problem with both my big toe nails for some time ,they used to chip and at times come off ,went to the hospital this year and was prescribed an intraconazole that is sporanox my question is will my nails grow back to as they were because they are growing to wards one edge thanks (0 replies)
... I can see the ridge from the end of the nail and as the nail grows,the tip splits. ... (1 replies)
... I am worried it is permanent because it is still growing a large bump as far back to the root of the nail that I can see. ... (2 replies)
... te. 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. Keep them as short as you can while you treat the nail and the exposed nail bed. You can apply Reclear, Dr. ... (1 replies)
Nail fungus
Mar 23, 2008
... he best way to get the medicine under the nail whatever kind of med it may be,is to first take a pair of nail scissors and cut across the top of the nail and cut as much off as you can stand,next go down each side taking as much nail off as pain allows. ... (13 replies)
... separation from the nail bed. There will also be apparent debris in the area of separation. This is because the fungal spores eat the protein in the nail palte as food, and the debris is the waste of the infection. ... (2 replies)
... However, I am with you, as far as not using anything until this nail grows out NORMALLY. ... (38 replies)
... Marti, thank you VERY much for this helpful information. I will definitely start the regimen tonight. NO more polish for now. :o (3 replies)
... salt dissolved into the mixture. Without rinsing or drying the nails. use a metal instrument designed for cleaning underneath the fingernails and gently remove as much of the debris as you can. Do not force the instrument deep into the area of separation as this can be painful. ... (3 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)
... I think your nails are fine and there is no reason for you to be cutting them so short. I think its great that you wear gloves to protect your skin and nails from potentially hazardous solvents. (6 replies)
... If you can't afford a chiropodist then after a bath or shower, try to ease the ingrowing part out GENTLY!! Most of all make sure it's kept clean as it's very easy to get an infection in the area. ... (2 replies)
... but Lamsil has also been the most successful treatment for me. The topical treatments did make a difference but wasn't enough to eliminate the fungus entirely. As far as using topical treatments my doctor recommended I use a liquid solution instead of cream. ... (1 replies)
... I've been trying to figure out why my toenails look they way they do. It's been like this for all 21 years of my life. As far as I know there has been no trauma to my feet. They just grow like that. ... (0 replies)




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